When it comes to maintaining your built assets, prevention is unquestionably better than cure.
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A Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Assessment is essential to ensure correct budgeting and management.
A PPM schedule allows you to anticipate future costs of building work to your property so that you can budget for them and ensure that repair works fit in around your business to cause the least disturbance possible.
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The key advantages are:
- Cutting Costs; A PPM is cost effective by dealing with problems before they escalate and the severity increases. It also ensures that any costs are distrusted more evenly, avoiding excessive effects on cashflow from one-off costs.
- Safety; A PPM improves safety and quality conditions for everyone, both of which are imperative to a business in this industry. Planning maintenance ensures that all health and safety requirements are met and kept on top of.
- Minimise Distribution; A PPM Assessment will ensure that any works required are planned effectively. In addition to making the work easier to carry out, this warning is likely to increase satisfaction of all parties involved.
- Value; Without maintenance, a building will degrade, decreasing the asset value. A well looked after building with serviced equipment will last longer, and look better. Furthermore, it will be more attractive to both landlords and leaseholders.
Whatever the situation, we will ensure that the maintenance plan is tailored to your requirements.
“My role is to advise you of what needs doing, when it needs doing and how much it will cost so you can be proactive not reactive.”
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What our clients say…
“MAG Property have been engaged with AG for the past twelve months as a delivery partner for discharging our capital works and also providing general building surveying advice across our significant property portfolio. They have provided a full turn key support on numerous projects from initial briefing and scoping, tender preparation and evaluation, CDM support and finally delivery.”