The 6 Most Expensive Work Orders in Convenience Stores
Convenience stores have significant assets that they keep track of every day to serve their customers.
Over 73% of all work order spend is on critical assets, and stores spend approximately $38k per year, per site on maintenance and repair. Some of the most expensive work orders at convenience stores are fuel system work orders, building and property maintenance, refrigerant management, and refrigerant compliance.
With that in mind, we have put together an infographic containing all six of the most expensive work orders in convenience stores and their impact.
Convenience stores spend approximately $38,000 per year, per site in maintenance and repair spend.
1. Fuel system work orders.
Fuel system work orders account for 29% of work order spend. They are by far the most costly of all repairs.
2. Building & property maintenance.
Building and property maintenance including the physical store, canopy, and landscaping adds up to 11% of work order spend.
3. In-store alarms.
In store alarms account for 8.5% of work order spend for our clients. These alarms include, underground storage tank alarms, security alarms, and fuel alarms.
4. Planned preventive maintenance.
Planned preventive maintenance and compliance base related work orders take up as much as 10-20% of entire maintenance spend in a year of operations.
5. Car wash.
Our clients spend 5% of their total maintenance spend on car washes each year.
6. Refrigerant management & refrigerant compliance.
On average our customers spend 5% of their work order spend on refrigerant related work orders.
Convenience stores have significant assets that they keep track of every day to serve their customers. Over 73.5% of all work order spend are on the critical assets listed above.