Preventive maintenance is critical for a successful building management program. These maintenance programs attempt to strike a balance between the program's cost (which can be 20% or more of a building's operating cost) and the reduction of system breakdown to "acceptable" levels.
Consider upgrading to a high-performance program by adding enhanced maintenance and ongoing benchmarking services.
Enhanced maintenance will improve the function and reliability of systems and reduce energy consumption. Ongoing benchmarking will verify and report these energy savings (ranging from 5-20%) which would offset the cost of the high performance program.
If you spend a little more, but get even more back in return, why not consider it?