Church Maintenance

Church Maintenance

All constructions or buildings need to be maintained on a regular basic and in a timely manner, to help to ensure routine Church maintenance is achieved consistently and as scheduled.

Church maintenance is very important to prevent small repairs from becoming large problems in the future; some minor repairs can just be fixing items that are broken, like holes in the wall, damage carpet, door not closing properly or broken chairs.

Preventative Maintenance

There is a difference between general Church maintenance, and Church preventative maintenance, preventative maintenance is for items that is not quite broker but cannot be allowed to break when there are most needed, a good example would be, changing the filters in the HVAC systems, checking the HVAC prior to the winter and summer season, seal the parking lot, patch holes and paint high traffic and very visible areas.

 

Scheduled Maintenance

There is a season and time for all Church Maintenance: 

Items                                      Frequency                 Scheduled date

Paint building                           as needed                       10th

HVAC                                         Semi-annually               September/May

Change light bulbs                   every 4 months             June/October/February

Alarm maintenance                 annually                         June

Door adjustments                    annually                          August

Seal parking lot                        every 2 years                  June