Replace word-of-mouth requests with a unified maintenance request portal to keep everyone in the loop and your church or non-profit running.
UpKeep’s mobile app is so intuitive anyone could pick it up quickly. UpKeep’s world-class customer success team guides you every step of the set-up process.
Make the most of your organization’s budget by choosing UpKeep. UpKeep is one of the only solutions that allows you to add in as many free requesters as you need. Requests are streamlined into an easy-to-access request portal lets managers easily assign work orders to technicians.
Technicians are alerted when they are assigned a high-priority work order. Instant alerts allow your team to better prioritize and tackle the most important repair needs of your organization.
Take care of the leaky faucets and faulty pipes before they become a bigger safety issue. Access a full maintenance history and record of when a request came in and how long it took to address. Ensure all safety inspections are completed using a checklist, so no details are missed are processes are uniform across the staff.
UpKeep is consistently rated best-in-class for value for money, ease-of-use, functionalify, and customer support. There’s a reason UpKeep has more 5-star reviews than any other CMMS and Maintenance Software vendor.
From expedient account set up, secure data migration and professional online team training to 24/7 customer support, we’ve got you covered. The Upkeep Customer Success Team works like an extension of your team, helping customers hit their maintenance goals by providing useful resources, reliable support, and a personalized plan to help you grow with UpKeep.
The most common maintenance requests in property management generally are plumbing and HVAC repairs of all sorts. They range from simple fixes like a dripping faucet to large-scale problems such as a faulty HVAC system. Your property maintenance team is one of the most important teams that you can have on your side during this process and should be treated accordingly.
Building maintenance includes a wide variety of tasks depending on the particular business or organization. It encompasses a great deal of “behind the scenes” work to ensure that a facility or building remains functional and comfortable for its users. Building maintenance includes cleaning common areas, removing trash regularly, and repairing items that are broken.
A computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) can help churches schedule work orders and organize volunteers. It can also facilitate preventive maintenance tasks, increase safety, and reduce energy consumption. Relying on a CMMS means church leaders can focus on their core mission of spiritual development and building community.
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