Proper maintenance of the exterior of a university building includes consistent window cleaning, prompt leak repairs, proper fall protection equipment, consistent exterior repairs, and periodic exterior restorations. Common areas, parking structures, plaza areas, walkways, and maintenance areas all need consistent upkeep and repairs.
Façade repairs and restorations include pressure washing, painting, caulking, and coatings to maintain property values. A well-maintained façade helps present a positive first impression of the entire property for tenants.
Water infiltration can cause your building to prematurely deteriorate, which can greatly depreciate the value of your investment. While it’s important to quickly address any leaks, it’s equally as important to understand and identify the source of the issue.
Building restoration describes the preservation, repair, and restoration of all areas of the building envelope. The ‘building envelope’ is the physical separator between the conditioned and unconditioned environment of a building. Structural damage is often found on elevated slabs, balconies, walkways, parking garages, and structural elements.
Nearly all types of building structures require some form of bird proofing in order to prevent, or remedy, damages and health hazards caused by the presence or nesting of various types of birds at properties.
Valcourt, working closely with our clients, carefully plans and coordinates each project to minimize disruption and ensure safe working environments. University properties need regular exterior maintenance and restoration to avoid preventable and expensive repairs—and that helps you extend the value of your investment.