Spring Building Maintenance Checklist
- To begin, inspect your commercial HVAC units and service them if needed.
- Ensure you replace HVAC filters
- Clean, add or maintain your landscaping
- Schedule regular lawn care
- Mulch and plant if needed
- Clean away winter debris
- Setting up or inspect a watering schedule to keep your exterior green and thriving
- Setting up regular pressure washing and sweeping for your parking lots, sidewalks, or parking garages
- Tending to your buildings hardscaping
- Check for potholes, cracks in the cement, or crumbling retaining walls
- Inspecting outdoor lighting
A Checklist for Summer Maintenance
- Start with Inspecting your building roof for damage.
- Clean roof debris
- Clear gutters and ensure proper drainage.
- Checking and taking preventative measures against erosion.
- Exterior cosmetic inspections.
- Check for peeling paint.
- Fix storm damage.
- Check for building rot or rust.
- Inspecting parking lots for signs of damage.
- Scheduling a regular cleaning of trash, recycling, and shipping areas.
Maintaining Your Building in the Fall
- Inspect and service boilers and furnaces.
- Winterizing the exterior of your building.
- Winterize irrigation lines.
- Check windows for proper insulation.
- Seal parking lot cracks.
- Inspecting plumbing for cracks to avoid frozen pipes.
- Raking leaves and trimming hedges.
Winter Building Maintenance Checklist
- Hire a snow removal and salting service.
- Prepare interior.
- Prepare break rooms, common areas, and bathrooms for higher traffic.
- Ensure electrical is functioning properly.
- Remove or take preventive measures against pests.
- Have fire extinguishers, alarms, and safety mechanisms inspected.
- Inspect doors for proper latches and insulation.
- Replace interior light bulbs if needed.
A seasonal building maintenance checklist is a great start, but there are things you should constantly keep an eye on or hire scheduled assistance for.
- Replacing all interior and exterior lights that may have burned out.
- Scheduling both lawn care and snow care in advance.
- Scheduling regular cleaning.
- Removing potential tripping hazards such as cracks in cement, water from busted pipes, or objects in walkways.
- Keep an eye on door latches, locks, and security cameras.
- Replenishing first aid kits as needed.
In conclusion, taking preventive measures against potential costly problems will ensure that your commercial property is taken care of year-round. Use this building maintenance checklist as a guide or call us today and ask us how we can help!