All properties and assets require care and vigilance. They feature an array of systems that need ongoing maintenance to avoid costly repairs in the long run. With the right property management team, your facility will operate more efficiently.
Pfefferle Management’s maintenance engineers are proactive and solutions-based. They take a hands-on approach with your property; provide excellent customer service; and take building strong relationships with landlords, tenants and vendors seriously. They are also committed to providing you with a better understanding of the day-to-day operations and costs of your facility, which will help you make informed decisions and maximize your investment.
Maintenance Services are tailored to the needs of the building. They include:
- Online portal access to services.
- Access to trained maintenance engineers 24/7.
- One number to call in an emergency.
- A primary maintenance engineer assigned to your facility or space with a supporting cast for emergency response.
- Scheduled tenant visits.
- Hot and cold calls.
- Roof maintenance.
Our maintenance engineers perform scheduled on-site inspections and the appropriate follow-up, which includes performing and documenting required monthly life safety inspections according to NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency) standards.
- Fire alarm testing.
- Fire extinguisher service and testing.
- Generator testing.
- Fire suppression testing.
- Required life safety inspections and testing.
Door and hardware repairs
- Preventative maintenance programs to maintain the property and assets at a high level.
- Oversight and management of construction and renovation projects.
- Coordinating and communicating all services and activities with tenants and landlords.
- Install whiteboards, pictures, patching and painting, and other miscellaneous items
- Provide maintenance services for tenants, meeting the needs of the lease requirements (i.e.: replacement of bulbs and ballasts, plumbing, locksmith services, and routine HVAC maintenance).
Specialty technicians are only utilized when it’s the appropriate choice for a particular property. If a sub-contractor is hired, the skill set of the Pfefferle specialty technician is still used to enhance the performance of a sub-contractor.