Service & Maintenance

Newsome Ltd is supported by a team of apprentice trained and fully qualified service engineers providing a service and or maintenance facility for all types and makes of equipment ranging from small direct expansion systems to large industrial central chilled water plants.
An out of hour’s emergency call out facility is provided if required and all non-emergency breakdowns are dealt with where possible within 24 hours.
Contracts covered by maintenance are tailored to the customer’s needs with each visit payable on satisfactory completion.
Clients are assured of the best after-sales service and attention from our engineers, with comprehensive operating and maintenance manuals available for every project completed by Newsome.
Training and the Environment
Newsome Ltd is committed to training all its staff from apprentices through to director level in all aspects from equipment service to health and safety.
In all environmental matters, Newsome takes its responsibilities extremely seriously; consequently, all our service engineers are fully certificated in environmental and safe handling of refrigerants and are R.I.B. registered.
A further environmental issue is the supply of natural and ozone friendly refrigerants within new and existing systems. Newsome Ltd are keeping abreast of developments and legislation and are currently involved with testing and evaluating alternative refrigerants in order to provide customers with help and advice for the future.
All employees possess an IOSH/SPA Health & Safety passport complete with food specific training.
Providing our commitment to new and existing clients, Newsome Ltd has achieved the FGAS statement, Safe contractor status as well as being registered with the contractors health & safety assessment scheme (CHAS)
We are F-Gas registered by Refcom and all of our service engineers are F-gas qualified to work on air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
We are obligated to follow certain procedures and keep records to ensure that the air conditioning and refrigeration equipment we work on has the least environmental impact through reducing CO2 emissions.
The F-Gas regulations require that minimal refrigerant gases are released to the atmosphere and that equipment runs at its maximum efficiency.