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  • Writer's pictureRodney Bonner

Maintaining commercial properties during the SPRING!

Maintaining commercial properties during the spring is essential to ensure they remain safe, functional, and attractive for tenants, employees, and visitors. Here are some key areas to focus on for spring commercial property maintenance:


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Maintaining commercial properties during the spring


  1. Exterior Maintenance:

  • Inspect the building's exterior for any damage caused by winter weather, such as cracks in the walls, damaged siding, or deteriorated caulking.

  • Clean windows, awnings, and exterior surfaces to remove dirt, grime, and debris accumulated during the winter months.

  • Check for signs of roof damage, including loose or missing shingles, damaged flashing, or leaks. Consider hiring a professional roofing contractor for a comprehensive inspection.

  • Trim trees, bushes, and shrubs around the property to maintain a neat appearance and prevent overgrowth from obstructing pathways or building access.

  1. Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance:

  • Clean up debris, leaves, and branches from the property's landscaping and grounds.

  • Assess the condition of irrigation systems and sprinklers, and perform any necessary repairs or adjustments to ensure proper function.

  • Fertilize lawns and flower beds, and plant seasonal flowers or vegetation to enhance curb appeal.

  • Mulch flower beds and around trees to help retain moisture and suppress weed growth.

  1. Parking Lot Maintenance:

  • Repair any potholes, cracks, or uneven surfaces in the parking lot to ensure safe and smooth traffic flow.

  • Restripe parking spaces and directional markings to improve visibility and organization.

  • Inspect and clean drainage systems, including catch basins and storm drains, to prevent water accumulation and flooding.

  1. HVAC and Mechanical Systems:

  • Schedule maintenance for HVAC systems to ensure they are operating efficiently and effectively for the upcoming warmer months.

  • Check and replace air filters as needed to maintain indoor air quality and system performance.

  • Inspect plumbing systems for leaks, clogs, or other issues, and repair or replace any damaged components.

  1. Interior Maintenance:

  • Perform a thorough cleaning of common areas, including lobbies, hallways, restrooms, and break rooms.

  • Inspect interior walls, ceilings, and floors for signs of water damage, mold, or pest infestation, and address any issues promptly.

  • Test fire alarm and suppression systems, as well as emergency lighting and exit signs, to ensure they are in proper working order.

  1. Safety and Security:

  • Check outdoor lighting fixtures and replace any burnt-out bulbs to improve visibility and deter criminal activity.

  • Inspect security cameras, alarms, and access control systems to ensure they are functioning correctly.

  • Review and update emergency preparedness plans, including evacuation procedures and contact information for emergency services.

By addressing these key areas of maintenance, commercial property owners and managers can help ensure that their properties remain well-maintained, safe, and inviting for occupants and visitors during the spring season. Regular upkeep is essential for preserving the value and integrity of commercial real estate assets.




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