Keeping Your Company in Top Shape

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If you want to keep your building and its surrounding property in the best possible condition, considering having a property maintenance routine established. It’s easy to respond to areas of concern or address problems that need fixing, but the best solution for maintenance is a proactive plan. Not only does keeping your property in clean, neat and safe conditions increase your presentation and give great first impressions, it can also reduce liability concerns of trips, falls and other incidents due to negligence.

Long-Term Benefits of Repair

By taking care of your maintenance issues, you are investing the long-term health of your company. A well-maintained work environment increases employee morale, thereby affecting productivity. Increase productivity could lead to increased sales, which would benefit the company’s profits. Investing in a company that will perform routine property maintenance checks gives you peace of mind that quality repair and attention is being spent on an area of importance, while leaving you the time to focus on other areas of business.

Know What Should be Included

When you choose to work with a contractor or company for a maintenance plan, find out how much they are willing to do for your company. Some might only address lawn care and shrubbery needs, while others may offer handyman duties, safety checks and equipment servicing. Regardless of who you choose to use, there are several things that should be included in a property maintenance routine. Many of these items should be checked at least once a quarter, but definitely attended to as problems arise.

  • Smoke alarms
  • First aid fire extinguishers
  • Rain gutters
  • Roofing and flashing
  • Water heaters
  • Lawn sprinklers
  • Doors and windows
  • Electrical checks

The way your property looks can help or hurt your business. Pay careful attention to your landscaping and use a reputable company to offer lawn care maintenance. Once you move past the lawn and bushes, take care of your buildings, sidewalks, entrances, exits and work spaces. Your clients and employees deserve a safe and pleasant working environment.