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EOFY Maintenance Planning Checklist [FREE Template]

15 July 2019

Keeping on top of your property maintenance is always a good idea. It’ll help you stave off expensive hidden costs and eliminate unplanned repair costs.

And what better time to review your property maintenance than the End of Financial Year (EOFY) season to ensure maintenance is properly prioritised in your plans for the upcoming year’s budget.

Maintenance should be a given as it prevents deterioration and ensures your property is always well-presented. However, in speaking to many customers, Programmed has often found that even when maintenance features on the budget radar, many crucial details are often overlooked.

With the daily pressures of ensuring a profitable bottom line along with other key business priorities, it’s easy to put off non-urgent repairs and maintenance issues. Yet, it’s the peeling paint, untidy grounds and dated spaces that people notice first.

Make sure you’re never in that situation with a templated checklist you can reuse at each EOFY or budget season. This will keep all areas of maintenance in check so nothing is overlooked. Our template is easy to use, but comprehensive, listing both common areas for maintenance as well as those that are sometimes missed, so you can plan and budget accordingly, as well as avoid expensive or unforeseen costs. Get you property budget checklist here:

Click to download the full version…

In thoroughly covering off everything, you can guarantee yourself of a site that always makes a great first impression.

Need help with your property maintenance property budget checklist? Or perhaps you’re not sure how to implement maintenance in a short time or in a way that fits your budget. Programmed makes maintenance simple. We have the expertise, resources and labour to complete jobs in a short amount of time, and can even help with completing all the work now for immediate results but without the full upfront costs.

Contact us today to find out more. We’ll provide you with a solution enabling you to complete work upfront, and amortise costs over time.

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