What is included in a Preventative Maintenance service call?

  1. General Preventive Maintenance: Safety inspection which includes, but is not limited to, a thorough examination of weldments, seat supports, chains, pulleys, cables and a check for missing or worn hardware. Upholstery items will be inspected for wear and tear, rips, cuts, and sharp edges. Mounting bolts will be checked for tightness.
  2. Lubrication: Applying lube to any necessary parts: chains, sprockets, rollers, guide rods, seat adjustments, threaded rods, pivot points and the like, where appropriate.
  3. Cleaning: Cleaning the inside of equipment that affects correct functionality, such as vacuuming motor compartments of treadmills or any units that have optical sensors. The usual housekeeping of the exterior is the responsibility of the owner.
  4. Electrical Components and Electronics: Inspection of all line cords, power supplies, batteries and similar devices for safety and functionality. Examination of all electrical connections and wire insulation, testing of electronics and recalibrate where necessary.
  5. Performance Test: Finally, after the preventive maintenance has been completed on a unit, it will be tested to ensure correct functionality and acceptable overall performance of that unit.