Commercial Property Maintenance

You can rely on JSM to undertake all aspects of commercial property maintenance.

We cover all aspects of maintenance and emergency repairs within Merseyside and the North West.

Building Maintenance for Commercial Properties

Commercial property management is vital to the success of any commercial property. A well-maintained property will not only look great, but it will also function better and last longer. Commercial Building Maintenance can include anything from regularly scheduled PAT testing to more involved tasks like joinery or repainting the exterior of the building. No matter what type of commercial property you have, it is important to have a plan in place for routine maintenance.

Commercial property maintenance is important for the upkeep of your building. A well-maintained building will have a positive impact on your business, customers, and employees. Regular maintenance will extend the life of your building and protect your investment.

There are many aspects of commercial property maintenance, from HVAC and plumbing to electrical and lighting. A professional property management company will have a team of experienced technicians who can handle all aspects of commercial property maintenance.

Having a regular maintenance schedule is the best way to keep your building in top condition. A good property management company will work with you to create a customised maintenance plan that meets the unique needs of your property.

Investing in commercial property maintenance is an important part of being a responsible property owner. A well-maintained property will reflect positively on your business and help you to attract and retain tenants.

You can rely on JSM to undertake all aspects of commercial property maintenance:

What’s Included with Commercial Building Maintenance?

Commercial property maintenance ensures your property is kept up to date and well maintained. This can also include things like repairs, double glazing services, landscaping, and painting. The frequency and extent of the services will depend on the size and type of property. See below some common maintenance work we undertake:


Commercial property maintenance landscaping is important for many reasons. It can help to improve the curb appeal of a business, which can attract more customers. It can also help to keep the property looking neat and tidy, which can give a good impression to potential customers and clients. Landscaping can also help to reduce noise pollution and dust, which can be a disturbance to customers and employees.

Electrical Maintenance

Electrical maintenance is a vital part of keeping any commercial property up and running. Without proper electrical maintenance, businesses can face a number of issues that can severely hinder their ability to operate. From power outages to faulty wiring, commercial property owners must make sure that their electrical systems are regularly inspected and maintained to avoid any major problems.

Plumbing Maintenance

Plumbing maintenance generally includes fixing leaks, unclogging drains, and repairing fixtures. This type of plumbing is generally performed by a professional plumber.

Roof Maintenance

An important part of property maintenance is fixing leaks in the roof, repairing gutters, and cleaning out drains. This type of work is often more obvious in the Autumn and Winter months however it’s essential that it’s monitored all year round.

General Maintenance

Regular maintenance will help to prevent small problems from becoming bigger, more expensive problems down the line. We will check your property and pay attention to any repair or maintenance needs that arise. Promptly addressing any issues will help to keep your property in good condition and will avoid any costly repairs down the line.

Emergency Repairs

Emergencies can be stressful, but if you remain calm and take care of the problem quickly, they can be resolved without too much hassle. The first step is to give us a ring and speak to our professional team who can advise on what to do next. We’re often able to send one of our technicians out the same day.

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Who’s Responsible for Commercial Property Maintenance?

The owner of the commercial property is responsible for maintaining the property. This includes ensuring that the property is in good repair, keeping the property clean and free of debris, and making sure that the property is safe for occupants and visitors. The owner may hire a property management company to help with some or all of the maintenance tasks.

Complete Routine Maintenance

Regularly inspecting your property and taking care of any small problems will go a long way in keeping your property in top shape. To keep your property truly in top condition, you need to do more than just the occasional repair. You need to establish a routine inspection schedule and stick to it. Your routine inspections schedule should include tasks like:

  • Cleaning the gutters
  • Inspecting the roof
  • Checking the HVAC system
  • Cleaning the windows
  • PAT testing electrical products


By establishing a routine maintenance schedule and sticking to it, you can be sure that your property will stay in top condition for years to come.

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