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Building Maintenance

The building maintenance industry (BMI) has long been viewed as one where customers and service providers are formed primarily on a personal level.  Prior knowledge, word-of-the-month, and direct referrals are often the more likely ways a BMI service provider lands a contract for the services he or she provides.

That said, in recent times, since the introduction of Internet-based technologies, more businesses are leveraging this technology to bolster and promote their business services, manage their employees, manage accounts payable and receivables, including payroll, as well as train employees, and enhance their customer services, client communications, and increase sales.

FacilityAXS contains the ability to serve each of these concerns for pennies a day.


The Foundation of FacilitAXS and BMI 


FacilityAXS Bridges the Gap Between the Big Guys and Little Guys.

FacilityAXS™️ offers contract service providers (aka, Building Maintenence Industry (BMI) technologies that can help them promote their services online to targeted markets.  This enables them to compete more effectively with the larger, better-resourced companies that are often the winners of major contracts. 

Overall, the BMI industry is divided into two (2) market segments; 1) residential and 2) commercial.     

The residential segment consists primarily of: 
  • Carpet Cleaners,
  • Contractors - builders and remodeling
  • Groundskeepers / Landscapers / Tree Trimmers
  • Handyman Services,
  • Janitorial 
  • Maid Services,
  • Painters,
  • Plumbers,
  • Window Cleaners, and
  • A variety of other facilities support services that are typically hired on a contract basis


The commercial segment includes: 

  • Office buildings, retail stores, and restaurants, 
  • Industrial, educational, and health care facilities,
  • Facilities Support Services also target groups when providing;
    • Heavy-duty cleaning such as carpet and hard floor cleaning, shampooing carpets and rugs, washing walls/glass, and removing debris. 
    • Other responsibilities may include trash removal, light painting, and carpentry, lawn maintenance, or heating/air conditioning.




 
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BMI Fact Sheet