Arrange for mechanical maintenance services in Arlington, VA

An energy-efficient building always starts with an intelligent design, but just as important are well-maintained HVAC systems. Most building owners know that environmental comfort is the number one concern for building occupants. Mechanical systems also represent the highest total consumption of energy in most buildings.

Facilities Maintenance Corp. provides HVAC service throughout the Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia metropolitan areas. We have licensed boiler operators and HVAC system experts. Maintaining high-performance buildings and preventing mechanical failures through proactive planned maintenance.

It’s a smart idea to invest in boiler maintenance services because…

  • Planned Maintenance & Service Agreements
  • 24/7 Emergency Service
  • Central Plant Chiller & Cooling Tower Maintenance & Service
  • Boiler Plant Maintenance and Service
  • Mission-Critical High-Density Cooling Systems
  • Remote Building Monitoring 24/7
  • Rooftop Unit (RTU) Service, Maintenance & Replacement
  • Mechanical Plumbing Repairs.
  • AHU Maintenance, Air Filter Replacement
  • UPS Service and Maintenance
  • Server Room HVAC Operations and Maintenance

Reach out to us today to schedule mechanical system maintenance services. We’ll gladly answer any of your questions.

What are the Requirements for Boiler Maintenance in the District of Columbia

According to the DCRA: The owner or user of a facility containing boilers or pressure vessels shall be responsible for employing or contracting for the services of an engineer holding the appropriate class of license, issued by the Department in accordance with the requirements of the District of Columbia Board of Industrial Trades (Title 17 DCMR). A daily log of plant operations documenting daily testing of all boiler safeties and controls must be completed.

As Certified, D.C.R.A 3rd Boiler Operators, our team of experts are licensed and trained to comply with the current codes and regulations that are required in the District of Columbia.