Taking adequate time to plan a maintenance program — even before ordering a boiler and deaerator system — will increase uptime and safety. By Ken Misiewicz, Rob Moyer September 22, 2022 Poor water quality is among the most frequent causes of boiler failure. Boilers and deaerators can perform efficiently and effectively when equipment purchases are considered and… Read more »
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Pleune Service Company recognizes the challenge of long lead times on purchasing new boilers and the problems it may cause our customers in the event of an untimely breakdown. We have recently completed a brand new portable one-million BTU hot water boiler. This unit is currently configured for natural gas fuel but can be converted… Read more »
Contributes to Significant Changes to Heating & Cooling Equipment Due to recent energy code updates, significant modifications will be made to all roof top heating and cooling equipment with a special emphasis on base model equipment. These changes mean that manufacturers must retool the production lines to accommodate these changes. The manufacturers are setting ordering… Read more »
Pleune Service Company was established as a Mechanical Contractor in 1974 by our founder, John H. Pleune. In October of 2018 Pleune Service Company employees will be proud to celebrate our 30th year as an ESOP Company. Our company’s ESOP was established in 1988 and at that time we became a 30% ESOP (Employee-Owned) Company…. Read more »
Congratulations to Pleune Service Company for the achievement for the 2018 STEP platinum level award! This signifies our dedication to the development of a quality safety program.
High humidity levels during the summer months can cause a number of challenges for building owners and occupants, for a few months of each year mold is often one of those challenges. While 30 – 50% relative humidity (RH) is ideal, we don’t usually see mold growth until indoor relative humidity exceeds 60%. On a… Read more »
Congratulations to Pleune Service Company for 2017 Top Performance through Munch’s Supply Company!
Because the State of Michigan adopts building codes on a three year cycle, Michigan adopted a modified 2015 International Building Code on April 20th of this year. As a licensed contractor we are frequently asked whether certain types of work will require permits. To help clarify what does and does not require permit documentation, here… Read more »
During MiCareer Quest, students rotate through quadrants of Manufacturing, Construction, Health Sciences & Information Technology to look, touch and engage in each of these industries. Students get to participate in activities to capture various “in demand” opportunities for great careers in these fields in the West Michigan area. Pleune prides itself for leading the HVAC… Read more »