Imc 2014


Understanding the Scientific Significance of Science-Based Property Maintenance Services

house preventive maintenanceC&B Property Maintenance (, offers specialized property maintenance and transformation services in complementing Connecticut’s beautification goals. Recognized as a Premier Property Transformation Company in Connecticut, it offers various property maintenance services with varying solution options; from removal of dead trees and stumps, to replanting new foliage, to fixing drainage problems, as well as designing and installing landscaping and hardscaping outdoor renovation or improvement projects.
C&B Property Maintenance technicians, especially those with more than 20 years experience, perform property evaluations and analysis, before they recommend solutions that could best apply in remediating the problem or addressing a renovation scheme.
Actually, effective building solutions and improvements have scientific bases. Mainly because the main purpose of providing alimentations is to ensure that buildings, including its surroundings, are kept in optimal conditions. Property maintenance includes rendering transformation services that form part of preventive maintenance, while also beautifying the surroundings and nearby environments.

The Science Behind Property Maintenance and Transformations

building maintenanceAccording to Jon Schonfeld, a professional engineer (PE), with years of experience in building maintenance and transformation services, buildings whether commercial or residential are continuously influenced and affected by physical factors. Schonfeld, the VP of Energy & Building Technology of Buildings IOT, cites heat, pollutants, moisture and even sound. as examples of such factors.
He explained that the concept of building science delves into scientific analyses of how buildings are affected by such phenomena. The purpose of which is to better predict and improve the performance of building systems in ways that will increase durability, as well as enhance user comfort and health while reducing energy consumption.
Schofeld further explained that the most valuable applications of building science today are based on knowledge of a building’s interconnected systems and their daily maintenance requisites. Providers of property maintenance services understand the importance of building science, since the results of their analyses and evaluations serve as guides in ongoing maintenance projects.
Schonfeld also suggests the use of an intelligent data analytics platform to large scale maintenance contractors. That way they can optimize operations toward achieving the benefits of preventive maintenance in all facilities of a building. Most maintenance contractors facilitate a preventive maintenance approach via scheduled maintenance visits, rather than a reactive approach in which visits become necessary only when problems occur.
Still, Schonfeld contends that preventive maintenance will be more efficient and effective if guided by data analytics and backed by monitoring equipment. Doing so reduces the time and resources spent on service calls which adds value to a service contract.