Planning now for Spring maintenance services saves time!

Are you thinking about spring? That’s great! Because the waning days of winter are an excellent time to plan necessary maintenance and repairs to the outside of your building.

Building Exteriors

Winter can be hard on parking lots and concrete. If you noticed cracks and potholes in the fall, they are probably worse now. Schedule asphalt paving, concrete work, and parking lot sweeping and striping now to beat the rush in warmer weather.

Early spring is also the high-demand time for window cleaning and repairs. Booking spring service now for exterior windows and interior glass can help you beat the rush.

If you are responsible for landscaping at your building, now is the best time by far to plan services for all of 2014. City Wide manages a full package of lawn services from tree trimming to mowing to planting and bed maintenance.

Don’t forget about your exterior lighting. Burned-out light bulbs can make a bad first impression and even impact security around your building. Parking lot lights, security fixtures, and decorative flood lights can all be replaced with one phone call to City Wide.

Replacing bulbs in high lighting fixtures often requires a lift. Talk to City Wide about combining window washing, high dusting/cleaning and light bulb service into one package. We can save you time by combining multiple tasks into fewer trips!

Building Interiors

Inside your building, you want to plan to scrub your floors at the end of the season to remove any salt and residue from winter weather. Check your entryway mats and replace them if necessary.

Finally, spring is the season for HVAC service. Schedule your periodic inspections, change filters, and consider coil cleaning for large, industrial units or multi-unit systems if your energy consumption has been creeping up.

Needless to say, all of these services and more can be taken care of with one call to City Wide. Don’t spend valuable time screening multiple bids for all of these Spring services. With City Wide, one call does it all.

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