How many people expect to lose weight without sticking to an intentional diet and exercise program? (Unless they're sick, of course, which is a scenario we'd rather not contemplate.) Likewise, how many people plan to "accidentally" pick up higher educational degrees, such as Ph.D.'s, or "incidentally" write the Great American Novel? More to the point, how many facility managers assume that their buildings will somehow just take care of themselves?
We all recognize that no real progress, accomplishment, or positive change comes through inactivity--especially not building maintenance. To that end, we must be intentional about our actions and behaviors. We can't allow ourselves to fall in with the 92% of people who don't achieve their goals. Instead, we need to become part of that 8%. How? By being intentional.
The 8 percent have an internal compass that keeps them locked in until they reach the top of the mountain. It's a belief system of "do whatever it takes" that is intrinsically motivated at their core (Inc.).
One way to be intentional about the care and upkeep of your facility is to practice preventative maintenance; and one of the simplest preventative measures is to install stainless steel corner guards along your delicate interior corners and edges. Once in place, they can protect against incidental damage, such as scrapes, scratches, gouges, and dents.
Installing our stainless steel guards is a great way to become more intentional about caring for your facility.
Of course, depending on your situation, you may want to consider one of our other types of premium guards. To hear more about the various sizes, styles, and thicknesses available to you, please feel free to contact us at any time.
We look forward to helping you become more intentional about protecting your investments.