• What is Planned Building Maintenance?

    September 18, 2013

In order to attract clients, a business needs to look good. More than leaflets, web adverts or even TV advertising, the state of a business’s buildings says a lot about their attitude; a fact which clients swiftly pick up on. The problem is, most businesses are too busy to maintain their own premises, or lack the equipment and technology to do so. What, then should they do? Thankfully, there exist companies such as Act Maintenance which will do the job for you; maintenance from experienced professionals with the very best in maintenance knowledge and equipment, available on-demand 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks of the year.

Not every issue with a building is an emergency which needs immediate attention, but if they build up then they can begin to show, resulting in lost business and an uncomfortable work environment. Setting up a planned maintenance service is a convenient way of sorting out these small maintenance tasks at a regular interval, making more efficient use of your funds whilst ensuring that your property remains intact and looking great. With this basic level of maintenance, small issues can be fixed without drama, and the option of reactive maintenance is still available for those issues which require attention as soon as possible.

When setting up a planned maintenance service, there are a few considerations to think about. Chief is the amount of maintenance which your business requires: do you get regular discolouration or damage due to an exposed location, or is your company in a sheltered area which requires little attention? This can make the difference between setting up a schedule for 50 visits a year or 50 a week, saving you money by determining how much work will need to be carried out. Typically, contacting the maintenance company can help you make this kind of decision.

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