Doing property maintenance is part of managing a property. However, there are different ways to do this. Property owners have their strategies when it comes to maintaining their buildings and community, and one of those is by having Preventive Maintenance activities. What exactly is Preventive Maintenance and why is it important?

Preventive Maintenance VS Reactive Maintenance

Prudent property owners prefer preventive maintenance compared to reactive. The difference between the two is that preventive maintenance is carefully planned and scheduled, while reactive maintenance is often unplanned and is only done when absolutely necessary. This means that with reactive maintenance, property owners would wait for something, like parts and tools, to break first before making a move to fix them.

Preventive maintenance is done regularly even without confirming that something has indeed broken down or is already causing potential danger to renters. With preventive maintenance, owners would do regular checkups on their property and immediately seeks to fix, update, or change parts and tools before they fully deteriorate or become damaged.

Advantages Of Preventive Maintenance

While it may seem that preventive maintenance is more costly compared to reactive maintenance, the truth is that having regular property maintenance would help you avoid spending more money in the future. The cost of repairs for heavily damaged parts is usually more expensive especially if these broken parts already led to accidents and caused more property damages within its vicinity.

For instance, letting leaking pipes be just because the leakage is not strong will eventually lead to mold infestation and deteriorate of walls, paints, cement, and wood. Instead of spending only on pipe replacement, you will need to also spend on repainting and possibly a full renovation.

schedule your maintenance activities. Occupancy Solutions can help you decide what’s best for your property.