Commercial Services-Property Management
Here at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, we're here for both residential & commercial buildings.
Commercial buildings include, but are not limited to: healthcare, education facilities, & retail.
According to the Cambridge Dictionary, Property management is defined as: the management of land and buildings as a business, including keeping buildings in good condition and renting property.
Disaster can strike at any moment, and anywhere. A good chunk of facilities impacted involve property management. A good example of this would be a property manager of an apartment complex. They are in charge of the building, so they unfortunately have to deal with a lot of emergencies such as water or fire damage.
What kinds of facilities do property managers manage? There are several kinds! Here's a couple examples:
- Multi-level commercial buildings
- Multi- tenant facilities
- Small Office Buildings
- Apartment Complexes
We work really hard at this type of facilities to make sure there's as little interruptions to tenants as possible. For example, we had an incident where there was water damage in a multi -tenant office building. Our team came in and got the job done without interfering with the other tenants. We make sure we take care of your facility with care, but also with professionalism and quality work as soon as possible.
We can do work ranging from odor removal to Fire and Water Restoration. We can do that and more! We are available 24/7, so if a water damage occurs at 2:00AM in a tenant office, give us a call!
Here at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, we are ready to help in any sized disaster at any time! We work with property managers and be sure that they are 100% satisfied with the work put in. Our professionalism and fast-paced work helps minimize interruption for property managers during this stressful time.
Have any questions or need anything? Give us a call toll free at 866.445.8457 - SERVPRO9840@hotmail.com
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