As a commercial property manager, having an established maintenance plan are less likely to be on the wrong end of a potential liability judgment. Anyone who visits a commercial property is entitled to the assurance of safety when walking in a public space. The owner, or property manager, is assumed to be making their property accessible to the public and maintaining it’s standard of care.
The team at DRYCO can help you establish a property maintenance plan that will ensure that your parking lot and walkways are not only up to ADA Compliance, but plan for the future of your property as well. A recent article from The Expert Institute lays out a number of tips that will help you with your property maintenance plan.
Establishing Standard of Care for Commercial Properties
A reasonable standard of care does exist for any given commercial property. It is dictated by a proactive, written property maintenance and risk management plan. In creating such a plan, the owner or property manager should incorporate widely available resources.