Scheduled Preventative Maintenance

All University room entry protocols and policies will be followed as this required preventative maintenance is completed in all student rooms on a rolling six-month basis whether the student room is currently occupied or vacant utilizing the following schedule: 

Residence Hall

Scheduled Preventative Maintenance Months

Tri-Towers (Koonce, Wright, Leebrick) and Korb

May and November

Twin (Beall & McDowell), CCA and CCB

June and December

CCC, CCD, CCE, CCF, Verder and Greek House A

July and January

Dunbar, Prentice, Lake, Olson

August and February

Engleman, Stopher and Johnson

September and March

Eastway (Allyn, Clark, Fletcher and Manchester)

October and April

The following is a list of tasks that will be completed during this scheduled preventative maintenance:

  • Fan Coil Units

    • A full inspection of the HVAC unit in the room

    • Lubrication and cleaning including the motor, FCU inside and out top and bottom compartments, return ductwork and registers

    • Inspection of the drain pan, flush and prime drain line, install algaecide tablets

    • Inspect coils for leaks, check control valves for proper operation, inspect coil fin condition and sweep, clean coil as needed

    • Check motor electrical connections and wiring, mounting brackets and hold downs bolts, check and clean motor vent, check bearings and blower wheel

    • Replace filters, fan blower wheel and shaft, check fan blades and moving parts for excessive wear, and clean as needed

    • Clean the exterior of the HVAC unit, restart, bleed all air out of risers for the building, check unit thermostat and operation

  • Electrical

    • Ensure all lighting is operating as designed

    • Ensure outlets are operating as designed

    • Ensure wiremold is secure and not damaged

    • Ensure any room automation is operating as designed where applicable

  • Bathrooms

    • Ensure robe hooks or towel bars are secure

    • Ensure soap dispensers work properly

    • Ensure toilet paper dispenser is secure

    • Ensure ADA hardware is secure

    • Ensure faucets and shower valves work properly

    • Ensure shower doors and latches work as designed

    • Inspect caulking and replace as needed

    • Inspect shower door sweep

    • Ensure all drains operate as designed with maximum waterflow

    • Ensure toilets flush and fill normally

    • Inspect flooring

    • Verify lighting is working properly