As most commercial building owners / occupiers would tell you, reactive maintenance can be extremely costly and an unnecessary. A facilities manager can keep a building ticking over, however, they will require instruction on how and when to undertake repairs or replacement of some elements of a property.
A carefully drafted planned and preventative maintenance report can be used to ensure that any significant repairs and associated expenditure is properly planned for. A planned and preventative maintenance report can be especially useful when preparing a service charge budget or forecast for a multi-let commercial property.
Our knowledge of building pathology, coupled with our insight into property management and service charge apportionment enables us to provide clients with commercial advice in the format of a detailed report, alongside our excellent client care.