At QuestMark, a division of CentiMark, we find solutions for your flooring care and maintenance needs. We offer customized maintenance programs from our full service maintenance division to protect your investment. Additionally, we offer training and hands-on maintenance support for in-house teams on equipment, processes and products specific to your floor.
Knowing the condition of your roof can extend its life.
The goal for your long-term investment is to get a good return and keep your building watertight. When there are problems with your roof, those issues cannot be ignored.
Weather, chemical pollutants, rooftop traffic and moisture are all factors affecting the overall condition of your roof.
At CentiMark, we are certainly aware of the economic constraints and the restrictions for many building owners when it comes to their capital budgets.
A roof really is a building’s most important asset. In addition to protecting the building, its contents and the people inside, a roof can help conserve energy, capture sunlight, benefit the environment and, ultimately, save money.
Winter’s harsh conditions and extreme cold can wreak havoc on a roof. These conditions can manifest into leaks and accelerate roof failures if they are ignored.
Repairing problem areas and extending the life of the roof is the very essence of CentiMark’s Preventative Maintenance Program.
The summer months brought extreme high temperatures, strong pop-up storms and high winds. This weather pattern can also bring roof damage that can cause problems once winter begins. Be proactive and minimize roofing problems this winter by taking advantage of our resources. By addressing any concerns in the fall, you are preparing your roof for the predicted harsh winter weather.
Let CentiMark help you complete the items on your Fall To-Do List for your roof. Summer weather - good or bad - rain, sun, dry, hail or wind - affects your roof system.
Summer Plant Shutdowns: Let's Set A Date!
Plant shutdowns are a necessity for manufacturing facilities. It is a time to do the work that cannot be performed during normal business operations. For facilities, scheduled shutdowns are necessary to maintain plants and equipment. There is also a loss of revenue and a loss of production during the plant shutdown.
The results of the shutdown include: aesthetic improvements, less equipment failures, increased facility compliance with governing agencies (safety, OSHA, USDA) and improved production integrity. The shutdown is usually short and intense for all parties involved in the work.
Get QuestMark on your summer schedule for flooring work!