To Maintain Is to Sustain

  • Ernie Cecchetto

My older brother was the coolest teenager on our block. He owned a 1973 Dodge Charger, the exact car in this photo. It was an absolute beauty. 120,000 Chargers were sold of that vintage…so why are there so little on the road today?

Neglect and lack of maintenance are the two major culprits. The car originally sold for approximately $3,500 in 1973. I’ve viewed them on collector sites selling in excess of $40,000 today.

So if you have an asset worth over $50,000 today…why would you not maintain it to ensure it fulfills its potential? Why wouldn’t we maintain our Commercial Building Components to ensure they don’t end up in a landfill site 20 to 30 years prematurely…or ever for that matter?

At an average cost of $18/sq.ft. you’d think more people would want to maintain their roofing assets…

If you are thinking lean and green…then maintenance should be your #1 priority!

Want to know more? Contact me and I’d be pleased to explain.