Mastering the Art of Facilities Maintenance

managing time and resources effectively

About Maintenance Mastery

johntindale has over 17 years in the Heating and Air Conditioning business and holds his Master HVAC license in Maryland and Virginia. He is an OSHA safety trainer, qualified technician, and designated Class A contractor in Virginia.

Maintenance Mastery is about providing facilities maintenance technicians with tools, tips and tricks to be more effective in the day-to-day activities of providing great service to their employers and clients.

John Tindale

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3 Comments »

  1. I am a facility maintenance person who just discovered your site. I work in a metal Art/jewelry shop, and am resposible for maintenance on both machinery and the building. I just wanted to say that I found much of your information and ideas very helpful. I will be implimenting a PM program shortly, and will surely look your way for advice and suggestions. Thanks

    Comment by Clint Shoup | February 10, 2010 | Reply

  2. How does one go about to introduce a product that has merit preventing scratches, scrapes, gouging of flooring surface created by material handling equipment and castered dollies, carts, platform trucks, etc.

    Thank you.
    Tony Martin

    Comment by Anton Martin | February 21, 2010 | Reply

  3. We just finished completion of a build out from an existing ‘shell’ building. Now that everything is in I am seeing “leaks” from the roof drain pipes. I say ‘leaks’ because I believe it to be condensation not actual roof penetrations. Any ideas on how to stop it. Insulate the pipes? Why wouldn’t the MEP know that when drawing plans?

    Comment by Alan Segars | February 3, 2011 | Reply


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