PPVS Complete Facilities Management

Get in touch: Peterborough: 01733 244414 London: 020 4538 0835 Email: info@ppvs.uk


Planned Maintenance Services and Contractors

PPVS are one of the leading facilities providers. We are one of the UK’s premier planned maintenance contractors. Our team offers a full range of domestic and commercial scheduled maintenance services across the UK.


Our core strength as a company is our reliability. Our clients can depend on us and our ability to provide skilled tradesmen and qualified account managers who know your industry and how to facilitate your properties.

Planned Maintenance for a Range of Sectors

PPVS provides complete scheduled maintenance for a wide variety of sectors including commercialindustrialretailmanufacturingleisure, and logistics. Our team can provide the necessary resources to ensure that your assets are performing at their best and that any potential problems are quickly identified and addressed so you can continue running smoothly.

The Benefits of a Planned Maintenance Program

PPVS Planned maintenance services result in your business knowing what to expect. It allows you to budget and allocate resources and ensure that your business minimises downtime and future problems. Planned maintenance, helps to reduce the need for reactive maintenance.

What is Planned Maintenance?

The aim of planned maintenance is to carry out repairs with the goal of keeping an asset from failing. Planned maintenance is a cover-all term that refers to any maintenance activity that is planned, documented, and scheduled.

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Are You Looking For A Planned Maintenance Provider?

PPVS are one of the UK’s premier planned maintenance contractors. Our team offer a full range of both domestic and commercial planned maintenance services across the UK. Contact our central office on 01733 244414 for more information.

Planned Preventative Maintenance

Preventative maintenance is an important component of asset care, it helps minimise the chances of requiring costly repairs or replacements in the future. Investing in periodic maintenance checks and servicing can help detect common problems and address them before they become major issues, which could save you thousands of pounds down the line.

Companies that prioritise preventative maintenance for their assets can benefit from greater reliability and reduced downtime since any potential issues are addressed before they become more serious. Performing regular checks on machines and equipment can ensure that key components remain in good condition. This includes lubricating moving parts, inspecting wiring for signs of wear, changing of oil filters and fluids, replacing broken or worn parts with new ones, and keeping a regular cleaning schedule. If you want to benefit  from greater reliability and fewer headaches, get in touch with 
PPVS today.


Operations Helpdesk with CAFM Reporting

Our helpdesk Operations Department provides 24/7 maintenance and support services for clients’ property portfolios across the UK. We have FM services with Project, Contract, and Account Managers ensuring smooth operations and compliance. Through our daily operations, we run reports to monitor spending, outstanding works, security, and potential projects, aiming to reduce unnecessary call-outs and save money. In FM, we use CAFM software to centralise facilities services, generate reports, and track SLA compliance. Clients can access the system through a client portal to review works and reports.

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Planned Maintenance Frequently Asked Questions

What is planned maintenance?

Planned maintenance refers to any form or kind of maintenance activity that is planned, documented, scheduled and recorded. The objective of planned maintenance is to reduce downtime by having all required resources to hand, such as labour and parts, and a strategy to use these resources.

What are the four phases of planned maintenance?

Not every planned maintenance process follows these phases but the traditional method is: routine maintenance check, pre-start inspection, operational checks followed by trouble shooting. These phases allow the maintenance team to identify any major issues.

What is the difference between planned and preventive maintenance?

The fundamental difference between the two is that preventive maintenance is scheduled at regular times periodically, while predictive is scheduled as required (based on the assets conditions, and lifetimes).

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01733 244414
020 4538 0835

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