• maintenance & repair

    • Our expert team handle all aspects of property maintenance and repair services, including both reactive and preventative property maintenance.

      With years of experience in handling projects both large and small, we are perfectly positioned to handle every aspect of your property on your behalf, including all external building and masonry, gardens and communal areas (indoors and out), entrances, halls, lifts, service areas and so much more.

      From every day repairs and maintenance tasks to large scale major work projects, Carlton Property Management is equipped to provide everything your building could need.

      maintenance contractors & suppliers

      Our experienced team of property managers handle all liaison with contractors and third party suppliers as required. We have a trusted network of skilled and reliable tradespeople, able to deliver all types of property maintenance and repair services.  They have undergone due diligence on their skills, standards and building industry standards, from their public liability insurance cover to compliance with all required health and safety training.

      routine and preventative property maintenance

      With any valuable asset, it is important to ensure appropriate upkeep.  You can rest assured that with Carlton Property Management your building is being looked after.  We are well versed in handling preventative and routine maintenance of buildings.

      Regular tasks such as cleaning and gardening are tendered to obtain the most competitive price without compromising quality of service.  From these through to large scale scheduled internal or external repairs and redecoration, our team knows what is needed. 

      planned preventative maintenance (ppm), major works and statutory section 20 consultations

      Planned Preventative Maintenance schedules are an important component of managing large scale scheduled repairs and redecoration for internal and external areas.  Some of these works are stipulated in the lease and others are part of managing the life cycle of the building.  These schedules are drawn up to roll over a five or ten year period and allows leaseholders to understand the reasons for the reserve funds they pay and helps to assess the right level of reserve funds needed for year on year budgeting purposes. 

      These works are planned several months in advance to ensure leaseholders and other stakeholders have sufficient time to prepare for any works.  Where appropriate, we manage the Section 20 Consultation and the competitive tendering process and select the winning contractors.  We also have suitable experts to supervise and sign off all work carried out.  Our administrative team handles all the administration requirements for the works, including complying with legislative requirements, health and safety and dealing with the funds required for the works from the leaseholders, where the reserve funds are insufficient to pay for the works.