Building Maintenance

Every building is designed for specific purposes and with particular types of occupant in mind. However, even a building designed to the most exacting standards will deteriorate over time and with use. To keep it operating efficiently and safely, ongoing building maintenance should be planned and undertaken. Both routine and reactive maintenance of buildings may be necessary. This may cover work carried out on the exterior of the building, including planned maintenance of roofing and guttering, redecoration, pointing and brickwork, landscaping and gardening, and so on. Internally, property maintenance can cover electrical work, plumbing, heating, air conditioning, fire safety systems, floors, lighting, plastering, painting and decorating and so on. Building maintenance may cover single or multiple site maintenance of commercial premises, large property estates, landlords’ property portfolios and industrial plants, for example.

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  1. Building Maintenance Contractors
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    Building maintenance contractors are responsible for ensuring commercial properties are kept clean, safe and comfortable for their inhabitants. Works can be carried out internally and/ or externally and may be reactive or preventative in nature.

  2. Building Refurbishment Specialists
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    Building refurbishment specialists extend the life of a building by restoring and renovating it to its prior state. Sustainable refurbishment retrofits features that improve energy efficiency. Remodelling and altering the purpose of the building can also be possible.

  3. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.