Problems associated with asset and equipment breakdowns such as disruption, inefficiency and health and safety risks can be avoided with a cyclical repair programme.

Old and outdated equipment is more likely to fail than newer equipment. By replacing or repairing equipment before it reaches its expected end-of-life, landlords and housing providers can help occupants to avoid being impacted by sudden, unexpected failures which could cause inconvenience and frustration.

Cyclical repairs and replacements are often a far more sustainable approach that can aid in the reduction of long-term costs.