Proper maintenance is essential to any professional equipment. Not only does regular maintenance protect your investment, but it also makes sure your equipment performs best when you need it most.
Preventative maintenance is critical to the effectiveness of any equipment, no matter its quality. Effective preventative maintenance, however, requires sticking to a schedule. Without a plan in place that's designed to identify equipment problems before they can happen, you risk putting yourself in a situation that could impact your business and the performance of your equipment, which will more than likely impact your bottom line.
A bad equipment purchase can have a significant impact on your ability to compete.