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BOMA: Preventive Maintenance Guidebook Helps Avoid Unplanned System Failures and Repairs


April 5, 2016 — Did you know that a good preventive maintenance program saves more than it costs? That’s because a well-maintained property operates more efficiently, has better safety and security, commands a higher value, and has a lower insurance-loss history than a property without one. 

Unexpected, costly repairs can wreak havoc on your budget and lead to tenant dissatisfaction. BOMA’s publication Preventive Maintenance: Best Practices to Maintain Efficient and Sustainable Buildings brings together the industry’s best practices, providing a clear roadmap for keeping your building running smoothly and avoiding emergencies and disruptions.

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