A record-breaking snowfall for Minnesota in the month of February is no small deal! At this time of year, and the weather we have been having, is cause to pay attention to impacts to buildings and roofs. With more wet snow on the way, over the next few weeks, we urge you to take action now. Here are a few of the main maintenance tips we would like to share with you.
Commercial Building Maintenance – Avoiding nightmares and mistakes
Owning your own property is a proud milestone for any business owner. Maintaining a building can feel overwhelming. When it comes to commercial building maintenance, knowing what to worry about, and when, will help you to protect your investment from decay due to lack of upkeep. Routine maintenance can also help reduce overhead costs, such as electrical and HVAC expenses.
How can you prevent your building from becoming a scary place in the neighborhood??? By planning ahead for routine building maintenance!
Roofing is at the top of most property owners' and property managers' lists of items to keep well maintained. And, rightly so, as this building feature can be one of the single highest replacement costs in building maintenance. Upon review of a recent article regarding roof maintenance, we summarized the key points of the article.
Of this list of six roof maintenance tips, we have included four of the following:
- Stay involved - from the get-go
- Quality roofing - a good system makes all the difference
- Roof design matters - know all the factors
- Inspections - are you doing the minimum?
Commercial Building - Suggested Building Maintenance List
Commercial building ownership comes with a long list of maintenance items to keep your building in the best possible condition. We understand you are proud of your investment. So, the team at APPRO Development created a "Suggested Maintenance / Service Letter." We provide this letter to each of our building owners upon the completion of the construction of their building, addition or expansion project. We hope this will serve as a starting point to keep new buildings in optimum condition.