Maintenance vs. Capital Improvements – What’s the Difference?

Maintaining your buildings’ assets is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. The common areas require a broad range of routine maintenance and repairs to keep them looking good and operating smoothly. Maintenance activities can include simple lightbulb replacements, housekeeping and paint touch-ups in hallways and garages, landscaping, irrigation repairs, pool cleaning, elevator maintenance and other related tasks that are performed on a frequent or ongoing basis.  Read the article………….


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