Building maintenance is an imperative part of facilities management, as a business we provide a number of solutions in this field.
Planned maintenance covers work that is usually required by legislation or is regulated to be completed at set intervals, ensure functionality of a system or ensuring that the tenants or users of the building are kept safe.
Through our reactive maintenance offerings, our professional teams can attend your site to address malfunctions or breakdowns of systems 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We’re on hand to quickly make your site or property safe, repairing the issue whilst on site if possible.
No job is too big or too small for our team, contact our expert team today or view our services below.
Mechanical and electrical (M&E) services refer to the maintenance, repair, and installation of systems that provide power, lighting, heating, cooling, and other essential services to buildings and facilities. These systems include electrical wiring and panels, generators, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) equipment, elevators, and more.
We offer a 24/7 reactive repairs with a dedicated team to handle your enquiry and ensure prompt attendance. Your planned maintenance work can be managed by our co-ordinator teams, who can take all the stress of remembering to instruct a contractor. We will also advise you of when your next planned maintenance visit is due and schedule our engineers to attend to complete the work required.
Fire safety is of the utmost importance in any building. That's why we offer comprehensive fire risk assessments to identify any potential hazards and recommend necessary precautions, for any business across the UK. Government legislation dictates that these are completed at regular intervals to ensure the safety of the occupants. From installing smoke alarms and fire extinguishers to developing evacuation plans, we'll help you create a safe environment for your employees and guests.
In order to ensure that your fire safety systems are functioning properly, they need regular maintenance. Our team can test and maintain your fire alarms, sprinkler systems, and other fire prevention equipment to ensure they are ready to protect your building in the event of a fire. Fire system maintenance is a regulated requirement, so businesses need to ensure their fire systems are maintained at the relevant intervals.
Proper lighting is crucial for both safety and productivity in a building. Our lighting maintenance services include cleaning and replacing light bulbs, as well as inspecting and repairing any issues with your lighting system. From general lighting to emergency lighting and testing, our teams can ensure that your commercial property lighting is fit for purpose. We can also upgrade your business to LED lighting to save both energy and money.
In addition to the specialised maintenance services listed above, we also offer general building maintenance to keep your space looking its best. This includes tasks such as cleaning, minor repairs, and preventative maintenance.
A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for the appearance of your building. Our painting and decorating services include everything from simple touch-ups to full repaints, as well as wallpaper installation and other decorative finishes.
Our team of specialist locksmiths can change locks nationwide. Whether we need to force entry or just a straight forward lock change to secure a property, we can do it all as part of one quick and effective service.
We offer both planned and reactive maintenance for a variety of systems and services to maximise the potential of your building or facility. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that your space is safe, functional, and visually appealing. Below, you’ll find more information on the types of maintenance we offer.
Planned maintenance is proactive, scheduled maintenance that helps to prevent issues from occurring in the first place and usually falls within your ongoing compliance with government legislation. By regularly servicing and inspecting your systems and equipment, we can identify and fix any potential problems before they become bigger issues. This helps to minimise disruptions and downtime, as well as extend the lifespan of your assets.
Sometimes, issues arise unexpectedly and require immediate attention. That’s where our reactive maintenance services come in. Our team is available 24/7 to respond to any emergency maintenance needs you may have. We’ll work quickly to diagnose and resolve the issue, getting your systems back up and running as soon as possible.
Whether you’re in need of repair or want to set up scheduled maintenance to minimise the risk of unexpected problems occurring, contact our maintenance experts today. Call us now if you have a reactive issue on 03300 249 121, option 5.
At Oculus we set ourselves very high standards ensuring that we provide our clients with the best possible maintenance services
Oculus Security Solutions Limited currently holds SIA Approved Contractor Scheme (ACS) status for the provision of Security Guarding and Key Holding.
Preventive maintenance is a proactive approach that involves performing regular maintenance tasks on equipment and facilities to prevent breakdowns and prolong their lifespan. Reactive maintenance, on the other hand, is a reactive approach that involves performing maintenance tasks in response to equipment failures or breakdowns. It includes tasks such as repairs, replacements, and emergency maintenance.
We would usually encourage businesses to take a preventative approach to your maintenance strategy to avoid costly downtime or accidental injury to staff or customers.
We aim to respond to emergency problems in the same day. Lower priority tasks are usually booked and successfully completed within 2-5 days.
We can provide planned and reactive maintenance services across the Northwest of England, including Liverpool, Merseyside, Greater Manchester & Cheshire. We can also offer guard in residence and other specialist security services across the UK.
Reactive maintenance means that you’re responding to a problem with your facilities or equipment, rather than proactively planning to protect your business from aspects like down time or an inability to provide your statutory requirements around site safety.
Clients can request our reactive maintenance services 24/7 through the direct phone numbers provided or our job booking system.
The frequency of building inspections varies depending on the type of building and its intended use. The responsibility for building inspections lies with the local authority, which is required to enforce the building regulations and ensure that buildings are safe and meet the required standards. For existing buildings, inspection depends on the building’s use and age, as well as any specific risks or hazards associated with the building. For example, high-risk buildings such as hospitals, schools, and high-rise buildings may be inspected more frequently.