Reliable M+E contractor solving your emergencies
Having a trusted, experienced, and reliable M+E company on stand-by reduces stress and provides peace of mind that if something were to go wrong, then it will be attended to as soon as possible.
With dedicated teams across both mechanical and electrical, we provide one point of call for any issue across either discipline.
We understand that when a mechanical or electrical contractor is required for reactive and emergency work, that a fast response is required.
Ash Integrated Services has invested heavily in ensuring our clients receive a smooth service for any reactive and emergency activity.
Our in-house 24/7 help desk is supported up by our own management system to react to and manage call outs.
Response times can be as little as two hours, with the agreed SLA depending on the severity of the problem.
In addition, we specialise in pre-planned maintenance (PPM) M+E work to keep all systems operating at the correct level and optimum standard.
We know and value the importance of time if you experience an electrical or mechanical fault.
For example, one of our clients, a large hospitality brand, experienced a mechanical issue on a Saturday evening. Ahead of its biggest day of the week for takings, we set to work to ensure it could serve its customers hot food from the kitchen on the Sunday.
In addition, we have been appointed by the largest council in the UK to provide full M+E maintenance, as well as legionella maintenance.
Our trust and reliability is well known in our industry. We thrive on continuing to enhance our reputation and growing our client base within our maintenance division.
To find out more about some of our work, view our case studies.
A large solar panel installation has been completed at a Manchester college, with the forward-thinking educational institution continuing its drive to become carbon neutral. The
A leading mechanical and electrical contractor has started work on a key renewables project that will save more than 34,500kg of CO2 emissions. Atherton-based ASH