This concept of Programmed Maintenance Painting has taken into account the problems that property managers often face on large projects with the constraints of an ever reducing budget to keep their site in good decorative order. Programmed Maintenance Painting in Manchester is a service and area in which we have years of experience.
Too often in the past commercial painting contracts have needed to be reduced in size or carried out piecemeal to fit what’s left of the maintenance budget, leaving the site looking like a patchwork quilt. Essentially our contract involves an initial repaint in the first year to get your site up to a high standard and a uniform look.
On each anniversary of that repaint we will return to site and perform a paint maintenance service so that everything looks like it’s just been repainted. The contract period is variable (usually between 3 – 6 years) and each proposal is tailor made to each site and customer. Payment terms are negotiable and can be of a fixed price for an agreed period.
Benefits of Programmed Maintenance Painting
|Easier budgeting for future years|
|Your buildings will be maintained to a high standard promoting that professional look.|
|Reduction in future repair costs because the building fabric is protected|
|Reduced initial outlay in the first year.|
|A financial guarantee is provided throughout the duration of the contract.|
|All painting programs are flexible and can be modified to suit the changing needs of our customers.|
Although our programmed maintenance painters focus in Manchester, we can also our programmed maintenance painting in Liverpool, Birmingham and other main cities across the UK. With over 50 years of experience we are able to provide some of the highest standard of maintenance painting available on the market.
If you would like know any more information about our programmed maintenance painting then please don’t hesitate to give us a call and one of our specialists will provide you with everything that you need to know as well answering all of your questions and concerns.