Improve Your Customer Flow with Retail Facilities Maintenance

If you are a business owner who experiences customer traffic in your office, storefront, or other space, then you know that image is everything. Customers consider the look of your space to determine whether or not you have a quality business. That’s why it’s important to make sure you have a plan in place for reactive, preventive, and scheduled retail facilities maintenance for your business.


Tips for Working with a Contractor for Retail Facilities Maintenance

Business owners and facilities managers are busy by nature. One of the best things you can do to ensure your time isn’t wasted is to partner with a professional contractor and set up a plan of action custom fit to your needs. Some contractors offer service maintenance programs designed to save you time when something goes wrong.

Reactive Maintenance

This is when your contractor responds to emergency situations and on-demand services as you request them.

Preventive Maintenance

This is when your contractor has designed a planned maintenance program for your unique facility needs. Just like going to the dentist preventive cleanings, preventive facilities maintenance helps reduce the likelihood   of future incidents where reactive maintenance would be needed.

Scheduled Maintenance

This is when your contractor works at regular intervals throughout the year to ensure everything looks good and normal maintenance is performed. Scheduled maintenance is ideal for pressure washing and other routine maintenance services that keep your space looking its best.

Make sure to talk with your contractor about your specific needs for your unique space so they can help you determine which program works best your space and budget.


Types of Service Maintenance Programs

Depending on your space, there are many different services generally available to keep your facilities looking their best. Some of these services include:

  • General carpentry/handyman repairs
  • Minor and major remodeling
  • Fixture installation and removal
  • Electrical needs including installation and replacement of fixtures
  • Plumbing needs including installation and replacement of futures, and clearing drain lines and backflows
  • Flooring installation and repairs, whether your floors are wood, VCT, tile, carpets, mats, etc.,
  • Painting (interior and exterior)
  • Ceiling repairs (tile/grid and access panels)
  • Exterior pressure washing/site cleaning and high dusting
  • Concrete and masonry repairs and replacement
  • Parking lot/sidewalk projects
  • Security needs
  • Disaster recovery (flood, water and storm drainage)
  • General troubleshooting


The Bottom Line

With families to support and futures to plan, being a business owner comes with a lot of responsibilities. With so much resting on your shoulders, why not partner with a licensed and professional contractor to ensure that your office, warehouse, or retail space is at its best? The key is to make sure you’re partnered with a contractor you can count on. Allied Construction Services are experts in retail facilities maintenance and can help take one giant worry off your plate. If you have questions or concerns about retails facilities maintenance, contact Mike at Allied Construction Services in Montgomery, Alabama by calling 334-281-3001. You can also email Mike here.