Crockett Facilities knows all too well the challenges that facility managers face. That’s why we have formed an entire division devoted to mobile and temporary engineering. After all, you cannot ignore preventative maintenance. Facility managers hold the responsibility for arranging necessary inspections and repairs. But as your business grows, even this responsibility could become too onerous. Although it is advisable to keep an HVAC technician in-house, sometimes you need a specialist to be held on-call when necessary.
Reasons to Search for Building Maintenance Technicians
The year-long COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the economy. As such, the job market remains sluggish. It can be hard to find new work or even hold onto an existing career when businesses are looking for quick ways to reduce payroll costs.
Luckily, Congress enacted the Paycheck Protection Program to combat this dire set of circumstances. Good building engineers help your bottom line, regardless of their experience level; they are dedicated to outstanding customer service just the same as you are. You can feel comfortable knowing that they can handle all maintenance requests on time without getting disorganized. They’ve also memorized their inventory of supplies and materials and keep their lists well-organized; you’ll see results when the safety systems inside your building – related to the HVAC unit or not – continues humming along.
The Relevant Skills All Techs Need
Facility managers and business owners might not always agree on who the best candidates to hire are. Still, they can concur on a very specific skill set that demonstrates that attribute. They should be deeply knowledgeable of modern maintenance techniques, common troubleshooting solutions, and of course, someone you can trust.
Protecting your premises isn’t always as easy as it sounds, so you’ll want to exclude any outsiders who you think could represent a danger to your team. Grace under deadline pressure, close attention to detail, being a self-starter and upholding accountability standards also make a tech remarkable compared to their cohorts.
Crockett Facilities Can Help!
Crockett Facilities Services, Inc. (CFSI) is committed to helping building owners, property managers, engineers, and facility professionals navigate the post-COVID-19 environment. We can develop a cost-effective, customized program for your building that will mitigate the potential health risks of COVID-19. Click Here to Request a Quote
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