Facility Managers Fall Checklist

by Boss Steel on August 17, 2018

Facility managers always have quite a list of tasks to accomplish. Along with daily upkeep and routine maintenance, they must also make allowance for seasonal preparations. Exactly what those preparations entail will depend on the type of building they're responsible for and where it's located.

Type of Building

Office towers are cared for differently from hotels, and any facility that includes a ballroom, a pool, or a parking garage will entail a different array of seasonal preparation. Buildings with heavy cement walls are cared for differently from primarily wooden structures, and buildings with large swathes or glass require special care and attention to detail. The amount of foot traffic received seasonally also plays a role in how you manage your fall checklist. 

Where It's Located

Facility managers in the Northeast will use the fall season to gear up for colder weather, while ones in the Southeast will be packing away their hurricane supplies and preparing for the influx of seasonal residents. Facility managers in the West might be shoring up against the threat of wildfires or preparing for the advent of flash floods. Because each region has its own special circumstances, location plays a major role in determining how buildings are prepared for the fall.

We Can Help

No matter what type of building you care for, no matter where it's located, we're betting your buildings all have something in common. They all have interior corners. One line item on everyone's checklist, then, will be the same. Everyone should consider installing corner guards to protect against scrapes, scratches, dents, and other incidental damage.

Here at Boss Corner Guards, we carry guards in various sizes, styles, and thicknesses. To hear more about our products and to chat about which type would be best for you, please feel free to contact us at any time.

We look forward to hearing from you!