(PPM) Preventative Planned Maintenance

Successful maintenance regimes prevent disruption to business and loss of revenue.

The term Service and Maintenance describes a variety of differing tasks undertaken to ensure that building services systems remain fully functional, in good condition and achieve the lifespan expected from the date of their installation.

It is important in the first instance to carry out a full asset survey to ascertain the number, type and condition of all services that require maintenance. The condition report is important as the accuracy of this report will be crucial in planning the level of maintenance that the equipment will require.

  • Landlord gas safety checks and records (CP12)
  • Legionella testing
  • Air handling unit servicing
  • 24/7/365 heating and mechanical reactive breakdown cover and maintenance
  • 24/7/365 electrical reactive cover and maintenance
  • Dedicated call centre open 24/7/365 – offering customer service and contract support
  • Periodic electrical inspection and testing associated repairs
  • Planned maintenance
  • Facilities management
  • Compliance management – gas and electrical
  • Client access to real time job information and monitor performance
  • Dedicated contract manager
  • KPI (key performance indicator) reporting