Protect Your Investment: Modular Building Maintenance Checklist
Whether you lease or purchase a modular commercial office, classroom, or medical building, it’s a big investment for your organization. Because of their unique building process, temporary modular buildings are crafted to be extremely durable and can serve your needs for 20+ years. Permanent modular buildings really have no defined useful life.
But how well, and for how long, your modular building stands the test of time does in some part depend on you, just like conventional buildings. Following a modular building maintenance checklist should eliminate many structural and equipment problems and minimize service requests to your modular builder.
The good news is, with the help of the guidelines published on https://www.bespokeguttering.co.uk/extruded-aluminium-guttering/, completing a routine maintenance check isn’t time intensive at all. A quick inspection of the inside and outside of your modular building, done on a consistent basis, will help you catch minor issues before they become major problems.
- Change filters in the HVAC units
- Remove any objects blocking skirting vents
- Remove any objects blocking air return vents
- Clean air ducts
- Clean debris from roof
- Inspect roof for loose or missing shingles by yourself or with the help of specialists from AEWR
- Unclog debris from gutters (find more info here)
- Check for adequate storm drainage and make sure there is no “pooling” water
- Ensure that rain diverters are preventing blowing rain from penetrating doors
- Inspect caulking over doors and windows for cracks
- Inspect vinyl siding for cracks
- Replace batteries in the smoke detectors and emergency exit lights
- Strip, seal, and wax vinyl tile floor covering
Contact Your Modular Builder Immediately…
- Plumbing leaks
- Roof leaks from rainwater/snow
- Tears or cracks in the roofing material, which are in need of remediation
Download our Modular Building Maintenance Checklist and start a consistent maintenance schedule on your modular property for more efficient operations.