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11. Maintenance Areas: Maintenance includes all work done in the facilities to protect, preserve repair or improve short of Capital Projects. For Purposes of budget and responsibility, maintenance is divided into the following areas:
11.1. General Maintenance: This area includes those things that the members can easily perform and that do not alter the basic condition of the building. It also includes the responsibility to call professional electricians, plumbers, etc. To correct normal small cost repairs and improvements. Some typical examples of house responsibility are:
11.1.1. General plumbing problems typically handled by a resident.
188.8.131.52. Opening a wall and replacing valves or replacing parts of the domestic hot water system would require calling the plumber.
11.1.2. General lighting repairs, but not major electrical repairs/improvements.
11.1.3. Minor carpentry
11.1.4. Replacing light bulbs.
11.2. Contract Maintenance: This area includes all basic functions that require continual and on-going maintenance. These are contracted out as to insure regular and professional accomplishment of necessary checks. When it is necessary to have work done on systems that have maintenance contracts, the company with the contract should be called. Examples are:
11.3. Emergency maintenance: this area encompasses those emergencies that arise and are typically so expensive that the cost would deplete the house maintenance budget. These problems fall short of a CIP item, as this is normally a repair, not an improvement. Examples are:
Maintenance Problems and Scheduling
12. Maintenance Problems and Scheduling
12.1. The house should maintain a list of things that need to be done.
12.1.1. Every four months, each room suite, and building shoud be inspected and the “to do” list updated.
12.1.2. The house should then make a master schedule to ensure prompt correction of the most serious problems and a schedule of completion for the rest.
12.1.3. In cases of members' rooms and bathrooms, these items should be put close to the top of the list.
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