Brinco Mechanical Management Services, Inc. SUPPLIER
125 S Main Street Freeport NY 11520 United States
Phone 1+1 800.649.6804
Fax+1 516.488.7245
Email 1 curt.picard@brinco.com
  • PostedMonday, November 12, 2018 at 8:16 AM

    It has been said that nothing lasts forever. I mean some things seem to last forever like grade school plays and root canals, but just about anything you can think of lasts for a finite period of time. HVAC equipment is no exception.

    Much like an automobile, sooner or later the cost of operating and maintaining the equipment becomes prohibitive, the equipment becomes unreliable, or it just plain falls apart. When you replace a unit, what you replace it with, who performs the work, and the method you use to replace it, are the subject of this article and can make the facilities manager’s job a dream or a nightmare.

    Read more here: https://www.brinco.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Replacemetn-article.pdf 

    It has been said that nothing lasts forever. I mean some things seem to last forever like grade school plays and root canals, but just about anything you can think of lasts for a finite period of time. HVAC equipment is no exception.

    Much like an automobile, sooner or later the cost of operating and maintaining the equipment becomes prohibitive, the equipment becomes unreliable, or it just plain falls apart. When you replace a unit, what you replace it with, who performs the work, and the method you use to replace it, are the subject of this article and can make the facilities manager’s job a dream or a nightmare.

    Read more here: https://www.brinco.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Replacemetn-article.pdf 

  • PostedFriday, November 9, 2018 at 9:47 AM
    Now you have selected a contractor, verified his insurance and had him execute a hold harmless agreement. You have provided the contractor with equipment specifications and dimensioned cuts of the equipment and curb adapters you will be ordering. The contractor visits the site and signs off on the cuts, agreeing that the equipment you are ordering is correct for the site in question. You place an order with the manufacturer and arrange for the equipment to be delivered to a rigger’s yard chosen by the contractor. Crane arrival at the jobsite.
    Now you have selected a contractor, verified his insurance and had him execute a hold harmless agreement. You have provided the contractor with equipment specifications and dimensioned cuts of the equipment and curb adapters you will be ordering. The contractor visits the site and signs off on the cuts, agreeing that the equipment you are ordering is correct for the site in question. You place an order with the manufacturer and arrange for the equipment to be delivered to a rigger’s yard chosen by the contractor. Crane arrival at the jobsite.