How To Approach Indoor Maintenance with Roger Nayle of Service Logic

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There are a lot of moving parts in any building, but the most noticeable is usually the interior environment. Maintaining a comfortable atmosphere makes a tremendous difference in the day-to-day for any company, but the actual maintenance can be a challenge for on-site personnel.

On today’s podcast, MarketScale host Sean Heath sat down with the Senior Vice President of Strategic Accounts for Service Logic, Roger Nayle. They discuss a few reasons that 3rd-party services make the most sense, the cost-benefit proposition, and the advantage that delegating maintenance responsibilities can provide.

“Many times the simple task of preventative maintenance or the simple task of filter changes simply aren’t done consistently. So, having a 3rd party company do that work for them makes a lot of sense and a lot of times something they really don’t realize could cut their costs dramatically by doing consistent maintenance,” Nayle said.

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