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Checklists for Suspended Ceilings Inspection


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#1 isabelle campbell

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Posted 20 August 2012 - 07:30 PM

Good Afternoon!

I am wondering if anyone has a checklist for the management of suspended ceilings? I'm trying to give my maintenance department a little guidance after a roof leak went un-noticed. What are the typical things I should expect maintenance staff to check for when inspecting suspended ceilings?

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#2 Simon

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Posted 16 September 2012 - 02:03 PM

Hello Isabelle, How about inspecting the void above the suspended ceiling for any contaminants, water ingress, damp, odour, signs of pest activity etc. Also a check of the condition of the cables and fittings and the ceiling itself for damage and deteriortation. A clean of the area should also be considered.

A couple of ideas to get the ball rolling. :bye:

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