Maintaining a commercial property in New England can be challenging this time of year. From salt-stains to weathered surfaces, there are specific areas of your property that may need help. Ensure the happiness of your clients or residents with this spring-cleaning checklist!
Winter is finally behind us, so it’s time to put away your jacket and stash your fuzzy boots. But, when you step outside to smell the roses, you may notice some things winter has left behind.
Maintaining a commercial property in New England can be challenging this time of year. From salt-stains to weathered surfaces, there are specific areas of your property that may need help. To ensure the happiness of your clients or residents, we’ve put together a spring-cleaning checklist for your commercial property. Follow along and you’ll be sure to stay ahead of the curve.
Let’s start inside. If your property experiences a lot of foot traffic, there is a very good chance your floors need some TLC. When salt is trekked in, carpeting and hardwood can become ragged. Instead of having to replace everything later, give your flooring a deep clean each spring. Give your windows and upholstered furniture a deep clean as well. Remember that reviving your interior involves the removal of harmful germs and bacteria.
It’s crucial that the exterior of your property remains presentable year-round. This will attract more passersby and impress visitors. Over the winter, grime and dirt can stain your sidewalks, outdoor walls, awnings, parking lots and garages. Pressure washing these dingy surfaces will bring a much-needed freshness to the rest of your space.
HVAC and irrigation systems are crucial to the well-being of your property and are obviously expensive to replace. Spring is the perfect time to give them a check. The winter could have done more damage than expected.
General Exterior Clean-Up
How is everything looking? You’ve gotten rid of mildew and grime. All the walkways are shining. However, now that the snow has melted away, you may notice some things that have been long forgotten. Whether it’s the remnants of unfinished construction projects or chipping paint, welcome in the spring by completing the job. Touch-up weathered trim and put away tarps and buckets to truly refresh your property.
Are you thinking it’s time to make some bigger improvements to your property? Contact us today, we’d be happy to learn more about your project!