Monthly Maintenance Tips

January Maintenance Tips

  • Check for damaged, discolored, or missing ceiling tiles
  • Check all water sources for leaks & drain speed
  • Tighten door handles, closers, and hinge screws
  • Check doors for bumpers and proper closing
  • Review all flooring for damage
  • Vacuum out all compressors and grills

February Maintenance Tips

  • Inspect all lighting fixtures and trim kits
  • Check caulking for appearance and protection
  • Tighten and inspect toilet paper, paper towel, and mirrors in restroom and kitchen areas
  • Check all counter tops for chipping & peeling
  • Confirm keys and label

March Maintenance Tips

  • Inspect ceramic tiles for cracks and appearance
  • Secure any loose wallpaper and corner protectors
  • Start up sprinkler system and check operation
  • Flush hot water heater & re-fill
  • Trim and shape shrubbery and tree limbs
  • Detailed clean up of leaves and trash
  • Check elevator walls and floor

April Maintenance Tips

  • Change smoke detector & CO batteries
  • Inspect siding, soffit, fascia, and masonry
  • Check all hand railings for stability & wear
  • Inspect gutters clean and re-attach as necessary.
  • Check over roof for missing shingles, protective rocks, damage, or gaps cover as necessary
  • Check parking stops, signs, and parking paint

May Maintenance Tips

  • Check carpet for stains, popping seams, rumples, and general damage.
  • Walk concrete, steps, & asphalt check for cracks, chips, pot holes, and tripping hazards
  • Check existing bollards & add where needed
  • Check tile, VCT, & linoleum for rips, tears, and curling
  • Tighten all loose screws on wall plaques, pictures, and wall hangings

June Maintenance Tips

  • Check for loose tiles and cracking grout
  • Check all water sources for leaks & drain speed
  • Check trim, woodwork, and base cove for scratches, cracking, or pulling away
  • Inspect drywall for dings and touch up paint
  • Change intake and return air filters
  • Vacuum out all equipment compressors and grills

July Maintenance Tips

  • Run through all sprinkler zones to check for proper coverage & operation
  • Check rocks and landscaping for proper weed barrier performance
  • Check for shifting or erosion around building
  • Check all landscape timber and edging
  • Tighten all loose screws & nails on fences, dumpster enclosures, gates and latches
  • Bury any exposed wiring or sprinkler lines

August Maintenance Tips

  • Check all exterior lighting fixtures & lenses
  • Inspect exterior siding, windows, and doors
  • Check outdoor paint for peeling, cracking and proper coverage
  • Run through all sprinkler zones (Repeat due to heat)
  • Check stairwell treads, walls, and ceiling
  • Check exit and security lights

September Maintenance Tips

  • Inspect caulking, weather stripping, door transitions, exterior trim, gutters & downspouts
  • Go through storage organize, label, and move temperature sensitive products to warmer area
  • Test and confirm all water supplies have functioning water shut offs
  • Make sure all location signs are up to date
  • Tighten lose plumbing & soap dispensers

October Maintenance Tips

  • Drain outdoor faucets & winterize sprinkler system (Blow out system)
  • Clean all roof drainage pipes & gutters
  • Locate and check fire extinguisher’s for proper charge and availability
  • Call fire sprinkler company for yearly review
  • Check entry signs, exterior railings, & light posts for damage or fading

Novemeber Maintenance Tips

  • Change smoke detector & CO batteries
  • Review building & parking lot for proper water run off
  • Double check all pipes to prevent freezing
  • Set & clean floor registers & intake grills for proper airflow
  • Label Breaker box

December Maintenance Tips

  • Check electrical cords & plugs on lights & appliances for damage or overload
  • Safety check-Look for tripping hazards
  • Test all outlets & GFCI for proper installation, grounding, functionality, and safety
  • Tighten all handrails and grab bars
  • Test and clean all water fountains


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