TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) March 19, 2018 -- March is here, and with it, thoughts of Spring. This month, MaintenX encourages facility managers to consider what needs to be done to welcome the warmer, wetter season.
“Spring is a great time to prepare for the rest of the year,” said Bill Schaphorst, MaintenX’s VP of Business Development. “At MaintenX we encourage all our clients to invest a small amount of time and energy to make preparations and updates before they must be done in a hurry and at a higher cost. We always encourage preventative maintenance.”
MaintenX offers spring cleaning tips to help facility managers get a head start on the season:
Let the Sunshine In: After the winter cold, wind, and weather, your windows may be dirty. Add a window session to your spring cleaning list for your building to ensure you’re getting the most natural light possible. This might save you from having to turn on as many lights during the day. Make sure to clean both the outside and inside of your windows for the best results.
Stay Safe and Dry: Spring months mean more rain and water, so it’s smart for facility managers to be prepared. Use absorbent entrance mats to reduce the amount of water and dirt tracked into your facility, as well as reduce the possibility of an employee or customer slipping. If you want to add a thoughtful touch, provide umbrella stands with drip bags near entrances.
All Systems Go: As you switch your air system from hot to cold, it’s wise to perform preventative maintenance. By testing for HVAC issues early, you won’t have to experience uncomfortable temperatures in your building. Additionally, this is a great time of year to check and clean your vents and ducts. Pests and mold can make an unwelcome home in your unit over winter months.
Lush Landscape: One of the most exciting parts of Spring is watching plants burst back to life. Take the final weeks of winter to assess any damage or hazards that occurred during the cold months. This may be new holes or cracks in sidewalks, loose pavement stones, dead branches, or lingering plant debris. Facility managers should arrange to have hazards cleared, either by maintenance staff or a team of professionals, like the technicians at MaintenX.
For more information about MaintenX, visit http://www.maintenx.com.
ABOUT MAINTENX INTERNATIONAL:
MaintenX International is a fully-licensed, facilities repair company. They are one of the largest national self-performing facility maintenance and repair companies in the U.S. MaintenX has created a network of knowledgeable and professional technicians throughout the country. With their team of well-trained technicians, MaintenX self-performs and manages facility maintenance for clients. In the event there is not a MaintenX technician in the area, the company has fostered a network of preferred vendor partners throughout the country to provide superior service for their clients. For more than 35 years, MaintenX has been expertly serving multi-location retail stores, restaurant chains, and Fortune 500 companies nationwide.
Bill Schaphorst, MaintenX International, http://maintenx.com/, +1 (813) 297-9348, [email protected]
SOURCE MaintenX International