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published on Sep 04, 2019

How to Get Your Commercial Building Ready For Winter

Building Maintenance | Mckowski's Maintenance Systems
Building Maintenance | Mckowski's Maintenance Systems

Getting your commercial property ready for Winter may seem difficult. Oftentimes it may seem overwhelming and you may not know where to start, this is normal because getting your property ready for the cooler seasons involves carrying out many tasks of different nature.

At Mckowski’s Maintenance Systems, we care about your commercial facility maintenance, that’s why we’ve created this list to guide you through the process of getting your commercial building in shape for the new season.

1. Get your landscape serviced

Whether you have a lawn or you opted for a xeriscape landscape, all types of landscaping require regular maintenance, however, during winter months, you definitely need it more frequently than during other seasons.

Maintaining your landscape will help you enhance and improve your property, save water and make it more efficient.

2. Carry out a roof inspection

Getting your roofs inspected by a professional will help address any small issue before it becomes big and may prevent a major (and more costly) repair in the future.

3. Wash your windows

After spring and summer months, windows tend to gather a lot of dust and debris, this is not only aesthetically unpleasing and leaves a bad impression on your customers, but it also prevents you to notice any issue with the windows that require being taken care of.

4. Inspect your Gutters & Downspouts

Inspecting and cleaning your gutters and downspouts is key to prevent any problems with the foundation of your property because when your gutters clog and fill with water the boards start to deteriorate and rot, causing you to spend a lot more on fixes.

This may seem like a long list to take care of but a maintenance company such as Mckowski’s Maintenance Systems who provides professional building maintenance services in San Diego, CA., will be able to offer you complete building maintenance solutions for your business no matter its size. Give us a call and request your proposal today.