Technicians today are faced with many challenges as even the smallest systems have quite a bit of electronic and mechanical technology built into them.
Microprocessors exist in most equipment, ranging from small ductless split systems to large industrial systems.
Much of this equipment is then interfaced with building management systems from different manufacturers that have their own hardware and software.
Beyond the electronics, the technicians need to completely understand the mechanical workings of the systems and the impact the controls can have on the mechanical side. They need to have a full understanding of both sides in order to have everything working in harmony, providing maximum efficiency and lifespan.
At Hughes we recognize all of these challenges and are constantly providing comprehensive training to keep our technicians prepared to face the challenges of today’s sophisticated equipment.
Further, our service department, engineers and technicians are in continual contact with each other and the manufacturers of all of the systems we install and service.
Maintaining these relationships has proven to be mutually beneficial for all parties. While the manufacturers and engineers provide technical support on the latest products, the technicians provide very important feedback for them.
These relationships, coupled with our ongoing up-to-the-minute training and our staff’s dedication to excellence, allow us to provide the quality installation and services that our customers depend on.