How to grow your asset management performance while minimizing your operational expense.

Is your property management or facilities maintenance department struggling to keep up? The signs of being overwhelmed are easy to identify.

  • Response times are lagging.
  • Project details are being missed.
  • Site conditions worsening.
  • Value oriented spending lessens.
  • Employee stress levels increasing.

The simple answer may be to hire a new employee, but that comes at a cost and may be difficult to afford. At the close of 2022, the average Facilities Manager salary in the United States earned $110,078, ranging between $96,410 and $125,033. Understandably, that is a significant line item and will undoubtedly impact your company’s bottom line. Also at issue is the duration of the need. Is the current volume of work orders and service requests around for the long term or is it a temporary situation? If temporary, you most likely don’t want to be saddled with the long term fixed cost of that new employee.

So, what to do?

A partnership with UmbrellaOne’s team of facility managers provides you with access to maintenance support as much or little as needed without any recurring costs. Serving in a bolt-on support role to your existing management team, UmbrellaOne works to vet solutions, dispatch approved contractors and track individual project performance. Our team of experienced managers, coupled with a network of self-performing commercial service partners, empowers you to handle whatever workflow comes your way.

In addition to being paid on a per project basis, expanding your property maintenance department’s capabilities with UmbrellaOne offers the following benefits.

  • No days/nights off. Live, direct team support 24/7/365.
  • Warranties for services rendered.
  • No unemployment or other benefit related expenses.
  • No term based contractual obligation.