At C.A. Reding, we understand how important it is to keep your office equipment in top working condition. While there’s no good time for downtime, maintaining a regular maintenance schedule for your office equipment can do a lot to minimize its impact.
Read on to discover how preventative maintenance can keep your workflows moving ahead smoothly.
Aside from an unexpected natural disaster, few events can bring your projects to a halt faster than office equipment breakdowns. Ignoring regular maintenance pretty much guarantees a breakdown when you’re not expecting one.
Downtime is expensive, and the cost of repair is only the beginning. When your office equipment breaks fail, the clock keeps ticking.
- Your employees may be left with little to do, and there’s never a good time to keep clients waiting. On the upside, your staff may finally get a chance to empty the paper shredder and pencil sharpener.
- Emergency repairs can be costly. As parts wear down, the chances that the damage will impact and affect other parts increases exponentially. It’s better to address maintenance issues when they’re small.
- It’s always better to replace parts as soon as they begin to show signs of wear. In an emergency situation, it’s possible you’ll have to wait for a part to arrive, causing downtime to drag on.
- Without an established relationship with a trusted local vendor, you may be forced to choose from a list of unknown repair companies.
By establishing a relationship with a trusted local vendor, you’ll know your office equipment is in good hands. Look for a company with factory trained, certified technicians, OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) parts, flexible equipment maintenance contracts, and a good reputation in the business community.
Contact us at C.A. Reding to learn about our Performance Promise today!