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  • What is building maintenance?
    Building maintenance involves the upkeep and repair of a structure to ensure it remains safe, functional, and visually appealing.
  • Why is building maintenance important?
    Regular maintenance helps prevent costly repairs, ensures safety for occupants, and preserves the value of the property.
  • What are some common building maintenance tasks?
    Tasks can include routine inspections, HVAC system maintenance, plumbing repairs, electrical system checks, painting, and cleaning.
  • How often should building maintenance be performed?
    The frequency of maintenance tasks varies depending on factors like the age of the building, its usage, and local regulations. Generally, regular inspections should be conducted, with some tasks scheduled annually, semi-annually, or quarterly.
  • What should I do in case of an emergency maintenance issue?
    For emergencies like flooding, gas leaks, or electrical hazards, immediately evacuate the area and contact the your AIMI manager.
  • Can I perform my own building maintenance?
    Some minor maintenance tasks can be performed by occupants but for more complex issues, it's best to hire qualified professionals to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.
  • How can I budget for building maintenance costs?
    It's important to anticipate maintenance costs and allocate funds accordingly in your budget. Consider factors such as the age of the building, expected lifespan of equipment, and any historical maintenance expenses.
  • What are the benefits of proactive maintenance vs. reactive maintenance?
    Proactive maintenance involves regular inspections and preventive measures to identify and address issues before they become major problems, saving time and money in the long run. Reactive maintenance, on the other hand, involves fixing issues as they arise, often leading to higher costs and downtime.
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