Once considered an expense, preventive maintenance is now being recognized as a cost-efficient means to reduce costly repairs, keep equipment in good running condition and extend the life of equipment by as much as 40%. Just as you would perform regular maintenance on your automobile, most equipment manufacturers now recommend regular preventive maintenance for fitness equipment as well.
There are a number of factors that determine an optimal maintenance schedule for your particular brand and type of fitness equipment, including the age of the equipment, existing wear & tear, prior damage, duration/frequency of use and type of use. Other factors, not directly related to the equipment itself, include the number of users, physical attributes of users and the physical environment where the equipment is used.
Whatever your fitness equipment needs, one of our professional Service Technicians can recommend a preventive maintenance schedule that’s right for you.