Being a property manager is no walk in the park. On top of the seemingly endless to-do list, you also have to accommodate and entertain various tenant and managerial concerns. Needless to say, it’s easy to overlook a few key aspects of property management, such as maintenance. Luckily, there are strategies that can help you become a more efficient property manager?
Maintenance tasks like cleaning and landscaping fall under this category. Routine maintenance refers to jobs that should be done at regular intervals. It could be done daily, weekly or monthly.
As the name suggests, cosmetic maintenance focuses on the preparation period where everything has to look good before a new tenant moves into the building.
This entails identifying problems before they even get a chance to manifest. Whether it’s a roof repair service or simply changing the air filters of the facility’s HVAC unit, preventive maintenance can help you save on costly utility replacements.
Neglecting routine or preventive maintenance can result in the need for corrective maintenance. This type of maintenance approach deals with issues as the problems arise.
Deferred maintenance usually happens when management has to allot funds to other aspects of the business and the facility apart from maintenance. It’s important that you keep track of what maintenance tasks were deferred so you can attend to them once the additional funds are available.
Property maintenance is an important part of building management. Making sure you don’t miss out on any of the maintenance tasks that you need to see to will spare you from the hassle and additional costs of repairs or replacements.
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