What’s the difference between domestic and commercial mechanical services?
While the internet is a great research tool for finding contractor’s services, it can sometimes be difficult to identify which providers are right for your needs. This is especially tricky when you don’t know what sets commercial mechanical services apart from residential mechanical services. The last thing you want is to waste time making an enquiry for services that aren’t useful for the project you are trying to complete. Get the information you need to make any informed decision on mechanical services for your business below.
What is included in mechanical services?
Mechanical and engineering services can include a wide range of work, such as plumbing, air ventilation systems, electrical components, and (if present) elevators and escalators. Dedicated M and E contractors possess the skills and knowledge to work with many different materials on projects of all sizes. The goal of manufacturing services is to create and maintain an environment which is comfortable for those who use it.
As experts in manufacturing support, our mechanical services are bespoke to each client we work with. To this end, we offer a variety of additional mechanical works that can be used to complete a range of manufacturing projects. This includes:
- Machine servicing.
- Welding of all types.
- Site support.
- Thermal lagging and over wrapping.
Mechanical services aren’t just the completion of the work, they can also involve the creation bespoke designs. Depending on your needs, a multi-skilled engineer can provide regular monitoring and advice to check that various parts are functioning properly.
Domestic vs commercial mechanical services
The main differences when it comes to mechanical services for domestic and commercial purposes is the scope of the work and expertise used. Domestic mechanical services typically consist of maintenance work and occasionally work to improve a building’s systems. These services will ensure the building performs its intended function.
Commercial mechanical services include all of the above, while also taking steps to ensure the building is operating at maximum efficiency. As such, specialist mechanical services may be employed depending on the areas that need to be addressed. For instance, a chemical manufacturer will likely require more extensive HVAC maintenance work to support their operations. Measures may also include features that can increase the long term asset value of the property. For instance, improvements in ventilation could result in the scope of emissions falling under Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) legislation.
Get bespoke mechanical and engineering services
The FESS group Ltd specialise in supporting businesses in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, pet food, and food and drink industries. As such, we are equipped to offer quality servicing support regardless of your needs. We take the time to gain a full understanding of your business, its operations, and the risks associated with the work you do. Simply get in touch with a member of our projects team and we will be happy to book you in for a free site survey to ascertain which mechanical services are best for you.