The hard-dollar bottom line of preventive maintenance is this: It has a demonstrable impact on the budget.
Preventive maintenance can prove its ROI if facilities managers know which metrics to analyze. These stats vary by facility, and they aren’t always cut-and-dried. For example, even soft benefits, such as customer perception and satisfaction, carry weight, according to FacilitiesNet.
Maintenance affects employee productivity and the emotions of customers, clients or the people who occupy a residential building. And all of those elements relate to the budget in a direct or indirect way. These four examples are just a few measurable effects:
To read more about the direct or indirect costs that affect your budget, check out our whitepaper: How to Calculate the True Cost of Facilities Maintenance.