Whether the owner of a facility lives close or far away, knowing that a facility is covered by maintenance and contracting professionals provides peace of mind in several situations–from inclement weather to daily operating tasks, from general repairs (such as wear-and-tear) or vandalism, as well as repairing and replacing fixtures such as toilets, doors, windows, appliances, hardware, or flooring. A property manager may also oversee other general maintenance issues such as painting, gutter maintenance, lawn care, gardening, lock-smithing, leaf removal, mulching, landscape, snow removal, or a host of other specific needs.
A property manager is an individual who oversees the operations of running and maintaining real estate, providing executive-level problem solutions management in a wide variety of tasks. Many facilities overseers have several tasks on their daily planner. A property manager can mitigate a wide variety of task management, including: inspection and maintenance services, waterproofing inspection and maintenance, roofing inspection and maintenance, foundation inspection and maintenance, concrete paving inspection and maintenance, asphalt inspection and maintenance, and more.
Instead of dealing with the hassles of unreliable contractors or unskilled labor, using a property manager can provide peace of mind and board-certified work for owners, operations managers, and their shared facility. Consider how a clean and well-maintained property can increase the value of the building and build property values for the surrounding areas.
General Inspections and Maintenance
Using a property manager to manage overall maintenance can save a facility time and money. Following local codes to inspect and maintain a facility, a trained professional will focus on all aspects of a building, such as repairs that need to be made and updates, to meet compliance standards. Timely general inspections and maintenance cut down on more expensive problems down the road.
Waterproofing Inspection and Maintenance
Water rots wood, weathers brick and stone. Keeping water away from your facility will be high on the list of priorities for your property manager. A professional inspection involves a search for the cause of leaks, studying how water may have compromised the aesthetic or structural integrity of a facility. Remember, leaks only worsen over time. Regular inspection catches costly problems before they become hard to resolve.
Roofing Inspection and Maintenance
One of the most expensive replacements is a facility’s roof. A property manager will conduct regular inspections and maintenance, checking for leaks and structural integrity. Facilities managers will only save money by having a certified roof. A trained professional will conduct regular checks for leaks, loose shingles, caulking, or flashing, and will catch more expensive roofing issues before a full replacement must be done.
Foundation Inspection and Maintenance
A professional property manager can organize regular inspection and maintenance of the facility’s foundation, checking for signs of settling or compromised structure. The foundation of a property does hard work in holding up the rest of the facility. Knowledgeable property managers will focus on your foundation until they are certain of its structural integrity.
Concrete Paving & Asphalt Inspection and Maintenance
Cracked or stained concrete and paving, or uneven and sunken asphalt, are not only visual eyesores—these flaws can also be hazardous, or signs of further issues. A property manager will do regular maintenance and inspection of all concrete paving and asphalt to ensure proper safety guidelines are met.
Whether the facility is big or small, regular routine repairs and maintenance do much to improve value and provide peace of mind to the operators, managers, and owners of a facility. Whether the team lives close or far away, meaningful maintenance provided by professional and experienced property managers save time and money.
A property manager ensures high quality maintenance for the daily runnings of your building or facility–from general facilities repairs and replacement to general inspection and maintenance services, from waterproofing inspection and maintenance to roofing inspection and maintenance, from foundation inspection and maintenance to concrete paving inspection and maintenance, from asphalt inspection and maintenance to landscape maintenance–your professional property manager works hard to provide quality control and peace of mind in several situations.
Trust experienced board-certified workers to make the lives of owners, operations managers, and their shared facility-members even more healthy and easy to enjoy.