Commercial Services - Preventative Maintenance
It's good practice to perform on-going maintenance on the big items below, while also not neglecting minor issues as well.
Rooftop heating and cooling units should be checked at least once every three months. This includes air filter changes. Doing basic maintenance each quarter can drastically increase the life of your HVAC system while failing to do maintenance can lead to costly repairs or replacements.
We recommend yearly reviews of breaker boxes, switches, outlets, batteries, wires, and other electrical components. Check outlets, switches, and wires regularly to ensure there is no deterioration or cracking, and check batteries for corrosion, replacing as needed. Keeping vent grilles, circuit boxes, and all electrical storage free of dirt, dust, and debris will keep your building safe, and repairs minimal.
Plumbing maintenance can save a lot of money and energy. Consistent maintenance helps keep this equipment in working order and can prevent costly repairs later.
Kitchens and Bathrooms
Regular kitchen and bathroom inspections to spot damaged tiles, cracking/missing grout, malfunctioning soap and paper towel dispensers, faulty hardware, and proper signage.
We recommend getting your roof inspected at least twice a year, in the spring and once in the fall.
This inspection should include making sure drains and downspouts are clear of blockage, checking penetrations and flashings for gaps or tears, examining rooftop vents to make sure they are sealed, and looking for damage to the roof.
Commercial roofs can have a warranty for up to 20 years, but sometimes only if you're having them regulary inspected.