5 Tips for Commercial Property Exterior Preventative Maintenance

Curb appeal is everything for a commercial property. From inviting customers through its doorways to presenting itself as a great place to set up shop for businesses, your property’s exterior must always look its best in order to succeed. 

An unfortunate fact is that without preventative maintenance, even the most beautiful building can fall into disrepair which costs property owners thousands of dollars in reparations and replacements.

Save your management time, stress, and money with these 5 ways to take control of exterior maintenance through your trusted Dallas porter services.

Conduct Regular Inspections

We suggest scheduling a thorough exterior inspection at least once a year. During an inspection, your team should be on the lookout for:

  • Roofing Issues
  • Faded Parking Lot Striping
  • Signs of Bird Nesting
  • Damage to Sidewalks and the Building Itself

If your porter service who performs the inspection does find any problems, the chances are that they’ll be minimal and your costs to repair them won’t be the worst. 

However, if you wait year after year to conduct an inspection and fail to provide proper maintenance to your property, be prepared to set some extra funds aside for the big budget repairs and replacements you have ahead of you.

Don’t Forget to Check Your Roof

Your roof is one of the most important parts of your commercial property. It protects your employees, products, and equipment investments from the natural elements. So, ask your porter service provider to check up on your roof and thoroughly clean it at least once a year.

Based on your building’s location, leaves and debris can build up on your roof. Combine that with rain from throughout the years, and your resting mess quickly becomes a haven for damaging mold and mildew.

Aside from that, without maintenance your roof can weaken, leaks can form, and those exterior elements we were talking about earlier will begin to make their way into your property.

Schedule Regular Sweeper Truck Services

Sweeper truck services keep your parking lot clean and clear of trash and oily buildup that can cause problems for your property and your lot’s integrity. 

Street sweeping improves safety, beautifies your parking lot, and protects the vehicles in your lot from stones and other large debris.

This is a simple maintenance task that easily prevents larger problems for your commercial property down the line.

Always Keep Bulk Trash Under Control

Whether tenants move out and leave waste behind on your property or you have an illegal dumping issue in your community, no one wants to taint their curb appeal with amassed bulk waste.

At Integrity Porter & Services, we are committed to helping our clients remove bulk waste as quickly as possible. Our porters are always on the lookout and will promptly report and schedule a cleanup with management once we notice a waste problem.

Keep Your Property Clear with Pressure Washing

Moss, grime, and mold can easily collect over time on your sidewalks and on your property itself. These contaminants can deteriorate your property and result in expensive and premature repairs.

Pressure washing is a standard preventative service that effectively cleans off your property’s exterior surfaces. This presents an overall more appealing look for outsiders while preserving your real estate’s value.

Preserve Your Exterior Property with Integrity Porter & Services

If you want your property to look its best for prospective customers and renters, the porter professionals of Integrity Porter & Services can help! Not only do we offer each of the preventative services we’ve discussed above, but we are also prepared to go above and beyond with additional services that bring true integrity to your property. 

The results are in our name! So, contact us today to learn more about our services or to schedule an initial inspection of your property.



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