Monthly Preventive Maintenance Inspection and Repairs

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Scope of Work for Monthly Maintenance of a Travel Trailer at a Group Site for the Homeless:

  1. Exterior Inspection:
    • Conduct a visual inspection of the exterior of the travel trailer.
    • Check for any signs of damage, leaks, or wear and tear.
  2. Cleaning and Sanitation:
    • Clean the exterior of the travel trailer, including windows, doors, and siding.
    • Sanitize high-touch surfaces to ensure a hygienic living environment.
  3. Roof Inspection and Maintenance:
    • Inspect the roof of the travel trailer for any signs of damage or leaks.
    • Repair any cracks, seals, or damaged areas to prevent water infiltration.
  4. Interior Inspection:
    • Perform a thorough inspection of the interior of the travel trailer.
    • Check for leaks, moisture buildup, and signs of mold or mildew.
  5. Plumbing System Check:
    • Inspect the plumbing system for leaks, clogs, or malfunctioning fixtures.
    • Test faucets, toilets, and showers for proper functionality.
  6. Electrical System Inspection:
    • Check the electrical system for any issues or safety concerns.
    • Test outlets, lights, and appliances to ensure they are working correctly.
  7. HVAC System Maintenance:
    • Inspect and clean the HVAC system, including filters and vents.
    • Test heating and cooling functions to ensure proper operation.
  8. Propane System Inspection (if applicable):
    • Inspect the propane system for leaks or damage.
    • Test propane appliances, such as stoves and heaters, for proper functioning.
  9. Safety Equipment Check:
    • Test smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and fire extinguishers.
    • Replace batteries or equipment as needed to ensure safety compliance.
  10. Exterior Maintenance:
    • Check and maintain exterior features such as awnings, steps, and entry doors.
    • Lubricate hinges and moving parts to prevent corrosion and ensure smooth operation.
  11. Tire Inspection and Maintenance:
    • Check tire pressure and tread wear.
    • Rotate tires as needed and inspect for signs of damage or deterioration.
  12. Documentation:
    • Maintain records of all maintenance activities performed on the travel trailer.
    • Document any repairs or issues that require further attention.
  13. Client Communication:
    • Communicate with the residents of the travel trailer to address any maintenance concerns or requests.
    • Provide guidance on proper care and maintenance of the trailer to prevent future issues.
  14. Emergency Response Plan:
    • Develop and communicate an emergency response plan for residents in case of maintenance-related emergencies.
    • Provide contact information for maintenance staff or emergency services.
  15. Follow-Up and Feedback:
    • Follow up with residents to ensure satisfaction with maintenance services.
    • Solicit feedback to identify areas for improvement in the maintenance process.