Building Maintenance

Building Complete Maintenance

Complete Building Maintenance :

Building maintenance includes a wide variety of tasks depending on the particular business or organization. It encompasses a great deal of “behind the scenes” work to ensure that a facility or building remains functional and comfortable for its users.

We are doing cleaning common areas, removing trash regularly, and repairing items that are broken. It can involve inspecting, repairing, and maintaining electrical systems, heating and air conditioning systems, and other utility services. And outdoor property as well and includes sprinkler management, lawn care, and landscape management.

Types of building maintenance workers Team : 

Building maintenance workers team are typically divided by experience and responsibilities.

Janitor: 

These individuals typically handle the cleaning of a building or facility. This includes mopping floors, vacuuming carpets, cleaning bathrooms, and washing windows and glass doors.

Maintenance technician: 

These team members perform the inspection, repair, and maintenance of building systems including HVAC, electrical, water and Elevator & Escalator. Tasks are typically assigned by work orders and maintenance workers report to supervisors who oversee their tasks.

Maintenance supervisor: 

Supervisors plan, assign, and manage a team of maintenance workers for a particular shift. They review incoming work orders as well as short- and long-term objectives to prioritize the maintenance department’s work for the day or week. Maintenance supervisors also handle personnel issues such as interviewing, hiring, and training maintenance workers.