Five Preventative Maintenance Areas that can Save Your Condo Board from Emergency Repairs

The goal of any building’s maintenance processes should be preventative instead of reactive maintenance. The cost-savings in preventative maintenance can increase the lifespan of the particular item, whether it’s an elevator, drain, or roof. Yet another added benefit is eliminating the need to dip into the condo board’s emergency reserve fund to fix big problems that could have been prevented.    Read the article………….


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