Building Maintenance Checklists
Never miss another maintenance check and extend asset lifespan. Cost-effective solution for upkeep problems
What is Building Maintenance?
Building maintenance is an anticipatory procedure performed by facility maintenance teams to regularly look after the roofing, HVAC, lighting, electrical, exterior and interior, and plumbing of buildings and keep them in good working condition for the occupants. Upkeep problems left unchecked can turn into added operational costs, avoidable health and safety violations, and lose good business due to bad reputation.
What is a Building Maintenance Checklist?
A building maintenance checklist helps facility managers and maintenance supervisors oversee the upkeep of a facility to make sure that it is safe and that daily operations are running smoothly. Take advantage of mobile-ready building maintenance checklists to never miss another maintenance check, proactively resolve detected issues, and maintain facility management standards.
Cost-effective Solution for Upkeep Problems
Building maintenance managers often experience difficulty in controlling overall operational costs and day-to-day performance, recordkeeping, and data analysis of building maintenance reports. iAuditor, the world’s most powerful mobile inspection app, can be a cost-effective maintenance management system to help you easily identify upkeep problems, extend asset lifespan, and prevent critical systems failure.
- Include photos on your report for the day. Preview sample report.
- Urgent repairs can be assigned on the spot and receive the status of the tasks you delegate.
- Never miss another scheduled maintenance check and get notified if inspections are about to begin.
- Easily track all inspections completed and not completed by accessing one platform
- Use for free with small teams. Unlimited reports and storage for premium accounts.
Featured Building Maintenance Checklists
Office Building Preventive Maintenance Checklist
An office building preventive maintenance checklist is used when doing scheduled inspections of the workplace’s lighting, electrical, safety, HVAC, plumbing, and building interior/exterior. If you spot problems or anything that needs repair, you can immediately assign tasks to the appropriate team or personnel using iAuditor—even while your maintenance check is ongoing and receive updates on the status of the delegated work.
Building Repair and Maintenance Form
A building repair and maintenance form is used by building maintenance technicians to properly document all detected issues during weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or ad-hoc checks. Easily record building exterior and interior, electrical equipment, plumbing, roof, and other site issues with this checklist. Just tap the “+” button to efficiently enumerate and describe all the issues you find and take photos to be included in the building maintenance reports. Assign corrective actions for urgent issues by delegating to the appropriate personnel and setting the severity and due date.
Commercial Building Maintenance Template
A commercial building maintenance template aims to help the facility managers ensure their occupants that the roofing, HVAC, plumbing, lighting, and electrical systems function properly and remain safe for routine use, especially after severe storms. Easily view the history of completed preventive maintenance checks to identify the common failed items, address upkeep problems, and determine the inspection frequency. iAuditor templates are 100% customizable to suit your business needs.
Facility Maintenance Checklist
This facility maintenance checklist can be used by maintenance supervisors to extensively assess a building’s structural condition and the performance of its assets and systems. Easily make wise business decisions upon identifying extremely worn or damaged assets or when a system is nearing the end of its expected life cycle. You can also use this checklist to verify compliance with relevant building codes such as the International Building Code (IBC), International Residential Code (IRC), and International Existing Building Code (IEBC).