Tips to Avoid Maintenance Problems with Operable Walls

An airwall system, which is also referred to as accordion, or and operable walls, are likely the largest mechanical device found on most commercial property. Like any piece of equipment, they can malfunction for a wide array of reasons. If you want to add years of proper function and life to your airwall system, it is a good idea to use the tips here. WL Hall can also provide airwall service in Wisconsin and Minnesota, as needed. Proper Training for Operating Staff

A significant source of problems with airwalls is user error. It is imperative that your service staff knows how the operable walls work. They also need to understand how important it is to call for service if any issues arise. They shouldn’t wait for the problem to get worse, as it will only become more difficult to fix.

Call for Preventative Maintenance Regularly

The best course of action is to contact professionals for to prevent issues before they occur. These inspections should be set up regularly throughout the year to ensure any and all problems are found and fixed before they become severe. In most cases, semi-annual or quarterly inspections will be sufficient.

Underlying Problems

If there are parts breaking frequently, it is a good idea to have the system inspected to determine if there are any underlying issues present. Some of the most common problems include heaves in the floor, the measurements not being correct when the panes were installed, or a sagging section in the overhead support structure.

WL Hall: Quality Airwall Service in Wisconsin and Minnesota

Calling for service for a broken, damaged, or malfunctioning airwall in a timely manner can help prevent other issues from occurring. Make sure not to ignore a problem, as it is only going to get worse as time passes. To learn more about airwalls and when they need service, visit the W.L. Hall Co. website. Our experts are happy to inspect, service, or replace your airwall in both Wisconsin and Minnesota.