No time for planned shutdown? No problem.
Our new guidebook shares 5 steps—plus 2 checklists—to get vital maintenance done in less time, even if you can’t shut down.
Download and discover:
- Neglected details that make or break facility maintenance plans.
- Complex project considerations like timeframes and sequencing.
- Maintenance project examples and how long they took to complete.
Painters USA has decades of facility maintenance experience across every industry, every need, and every type of facility.
Managers who follow this advice save time, money, and their sanity. You can too.
Download our FREE guidebook for ways to improve your facility maintenance plans:
Six ways to objectively assess maintenance priorities.
Have enough time by accurately matching work to scheduling constraints.
Avoid the two most common mistakes we see over and over again.
Two bonus checklists for maintenance triggers and advanced preparations.
Facility maintenance in 2021
Shutdowns involve significant costs and impact supply chains and customer relationships. That’s why companies always look to make their shutdowns as short as possible or decide to cancel them all-together.
But that choice can increase your risk for an unplanned disruption.
Many 2020 planned shutdowns were cancelled or modified because of the pandemic, resulting in more maintenance deferrals. Meanwhile, operational wear and tear continues—accelerated in some cases—on facilities and equipment.
The good news is that you have options for getting maintenance done, with or without a full planned shutdown.
Learn straight from one of the best
Our experience dates back to 1976 and includes many different industrial and commercial settings in the United States. Industrial cleaning, painting, and flooring services can be highly disruptive, so these projects are mainstays of planned shutdowns. But as masters of stealth and flexibility, we also can get the work done without a shutdown.
We’ve seen what works—and what doesn’t—to keep our proven track record of completing projects on time and on budget. We get out of your way ASAP, allowing a quick return to normal operations.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned in 40+ years of experience, it’s that with proper planning and experienced crews, you can get more done than you think. So if painting, coating, cleaning, or flooring work is on your horizon, download our guide for helpful advice from maintenance shutdown experts.