Originally from October. Great reading for Homeowners Association Board Members in Georgia.
The purpose of a maintenance plan is to train a board of the homeowners association and the property manager in the ways to properly maintain the common element components. Following a well prepared maintenance plan will help extend the life of the amenities and reduce costs to its members.
An effective preventive maintenance plan must meet the following five key objectives:
To preserve the investment of the owners. Preventive maintenance can extend the useful life of building components, in turn, maintaining and enhancing the value of the property.
Buildings operating at peak efficiency. Because preventive maintenance ensures that items are still operating as they were designed, therefore, reduce inefficiencies in operations and energy use.
Prevent failures of building systems. Buildings that work seamlessly allow occupants to enjoy the property as planned. Preventive maintenance includes periodic inspections and replacement of equipment crucial to construction operations.
Maintain a safe and healthy environment
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