Unplanned repairs and maintenance can be costly for your business, especially if you’re dealing with an unexpected problem. Our team of experts provides comprehensive maintenance solutions, including audit planning, to ensure that you leave a long last impression. Regularly scheduled maintenance can help your business last longer, impressing staff, clients, customers, and visitors to your location. We always give completely customised service that is suited to each of our client’s specific demands and expectations.
Therefore, pre-planned maintenance from Premier Facilities Management will keep your business in top shape all year long while saving you money. Operating throughout Doncaster, Sheffield, Leeds and the surrounding areas of Yorkshire.
If you’d like more information about our pre-planned maintenance, contact our team today.
Planned Preventative Maintenance Services
Keeping your business operating
Planned Preventative Measures
Our engineers will carry out scheduled audits, planned to suit your needs, avoiding your most productive times to minimise any disruption to your business. Over time, with regular visits, our experienced team will become familiar with the building fabric and equipment, ensuring that any necessary changes will be noticed quickly, allowing immediate, and appropriate action to be taken.
Fully focus on what matters for the daily running of your business while our team provides planned maintenance and puts preventative measures in place to save you time and money on costly repairs. Contact us using the quick and easy enquiry form below for more information and a free quote.
You may not be able to prepare your workers for the downtime and the consequent loss of productivity and revenue for your company can be severe. Regular pre-planning inspections can assist your business in identifying areas that could cause problems in the future. This will allow you to identify off-peak hours and fix the issue while minimising loss.
With these maintenance checks in place, the possibility of large-scale, dangerous, and serious breakdowns decreases, which benefits both the employee and the customer.
Unexpected repairs can be expensive to compensate for, and they make budgeting accurately difficult. However, routinely scheduled, preventative maintenance alongside ongoing maintenance at a regular cost that can be budgeted and will minimise long-term expenditures.
How We Work
Premier fm will work with you to understand your company’s needs and create a maintenance plan that fits your budget.
- Identify any potential issues before they impact your business
- Improve performance and safety of your building, its components and equipment
- Lowers the risk of reduced productivity due to failure
- Significantly extends the life of most equipment and building components
- Maintain equipment warranty.
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FAQ Pre-Planned Maintenance
What is the meaning of Pre-Planned Maintenance?
Planned maintenance refers to any maintenance activity that is planned, documented, and scheduled. The aim of planned maintenance is to reduce downtime by having all necessary resources on hand, such as labour and parts, and a strategy to use these resources.
What is Pre-Planned Maintenance and why is it important?
Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) is essential to ensure that buildings not only operate at optimum efficiency but also adhere to statutory requirements. It also helps to extend the life span of equipment and prevent degradation and failure.
What is an example of Pre-Planned Maintenance
An example would be conducting maintenance on a forklift after every 150 hours of operation. The second is planned and unscheduled maintenance, which is based on having a strategy in place to repair or replace an asset as quickly as possible when it fails.
What is a Pre-Planned Maintenance Contractor?
As Planned Preventative maintenance contractors (PPM Contractors), we offer such scheduled maintenance routines to help companies avoid any sudden breakdowns or accidents. This kind of planned preventative maintenance (ppm) helps reduce the risk of partial or complete failure.