Common Area Maintenance Programs

ProTec’s signature Common Area Maintenance Programs (CAMPs) maintain, protect and enhance your community through weekly and monthly repairs, maintenance and inspections of all common area building components. The purpose of these programs is simple: to prevent premature failure of building components. While it is impossible to prevent all breakdown from occurring, maintenance programs help curb repair and replacement costs by working to prolong the lifespan of each component using proven preventive maintenance strategies.


Various Programs We Can
Offer Your Community

• General Maintenance Programs
• Facilities Maintenance Programs
• Janitorial Maintenance Programs*
• Lighting Maintenance Programs
• Painting Maintenance Programs
• Plumbing Maintenance Programs*

* Limited coverage areas


Maintenance Program Features

• Maintenance technician dedicated to your community
• Discounted hourly rate
• Quarterly walkthrough photo reports
• Flexibility to increase or decrease program hours
• Long-term planning of larger capital projects
• Accessible records of monthly maintenance history


Maintenance Program Benefits

• All work is 100% guaranteed; we fix it or you don't pay
• On-call emergency technician available 24/7
• Decreased insurance cost & liabilities
• Eliminates the bidding process for small jobs
• Monitoring of water, gas & electrical consumption
• Increased curb appeal = increased property values


Maintenance vs. Repairs

Every Month your SDG&E (or PG&E) meter reader opens the doors to each of your buildings utility cabinets/rooms. Because the doors are seldom used they tend to become impinged due to disuse. Over time the meter reader must force the doors open. Eventually the door hinges become so tight the meter reader accidently breaks the door jamb. Or homeowners and children access the doors and break them by accident. One way or the other the HOA is now paying over $500 to repair or replace the door jamb. Or, if the HOA had a Preventive Maintenance Program (PMP) in place then their on-site technician would have lubricated all the utility room closets once a quarter at a cost of approximately $75 in labor and materials. If 10 door jambs required replacement per year then the total annual cost of Corrective Maintenance (10 x $500 = $5,000) is much greater than that of your PMP program (4 x $75 = $300) or a savings to the HOA of approximately ($5,000 - $300) $4,700. Maintenance today saves money tomorrow.


Deck Replacement

A large community of 230 condos in San Diego had decks that were in different stages of decay; some needed repairs and some were unsafe and needed immediate replacement. The board hired an architect to develop a deck replacement specification and bids for the replacement of all 230 decks. The bids ranged from a low of $1,771,000 to a high of $2,093,000. The board then attempted to impose a “Special Assessment” on the 230 homes of $7,800 each. There was displeasure by a large contingent of the membership and efforts began to recall the board. That is when ProTec was contacted. ProTec’s inspector did an analysis of each of the 230 decks and determined that only 7 decks needed to be replaced immediately because of safety concerns. ProTec replaced 7 decks immediately and thereafter, replaced another 84 decks at the pace of 5 decks per month for 18 months at a cost of $6,780 per deck or $616,980, paid over 20 months, as each deck was replaced. An additional 52 decks required repairs at a cost of $48,552. The remaining 87 decks required varying degrees of minor repairs and maintenance at a cost of $31,540. The total project cost was ($616,980 + $48,552 + $31,540) $697,072. Ultimately the board not only saved $1,073,928 by not replacing all the 230 decks, but it also avoided being recalled. The grateful community manager avoided additional gray hairs. Unfortunately, most of this cost could have been avoided in the first place if the decks had been maintained under a monthly maintenance program.


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J. David Rauch Bio

Dave Rauch is the Founder and President of ProTec Building Services (ProTec). He ensures that work quality is consistent.  Dave maintains a consistent presence within the company.  While managing the growth of ProTec, he strives to improve everything that ProTec does, especially exceeding client expectations.  At Mr. Rauch’s previous company he designed the original HOA manual and monthly building maintenance programs specific for each HOA. In 1996 Dave opened ProTec, which now provides maintenance programs to over 600 communities and other services to 2,000 communities.

George Van Oosbree Bio

George Van Oosbree is the Senior Vice President and Director of Operations in Nevada. He has been a manager with ProTec for 17 years. He holds a California/Nevada General Contractors and painting license; as well as, certifications in Playground Safety and SWPPP. He is also a United States Green Building Counsel LEED Accredited Professional and EPA Certified Lead Renovator.  Developers rely on George’s knowledge (nearly 100 High-rise and Mid-rise Projects) and 30 years of experience to construct sustainable and maintainable projects.

Andy Henley Bio

With over 20 years’ experience in construction management and janitorial, Andy knows what it takes to repair and maintain your largest asset, your homes and common areas at your community. Not only will Andy provide unparalleled customer service for all ProTec’s work but he will ensure that all jobs and service exceed client expectations. Call Andy and request to meet at your community. He will walk your community, detailing what maintenance and repairs are needed to keep your property values increasing.

Candy Allen Bio

ProTec’s controller, Candy Allen, has over two decades of experience in accounting and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the executive team.  Candy also has extensive HR, office management and organizational skills derived from her years of experience in the service industry.  What truly sets Candy apart from her peers is her energy and zeal to get the job/challenge done correctly and immediately.  She’ll explain that her success comes from devoting herself to creating a team environment in which the company can accurately track and maintain their various business and accounting systems.  Teamwork, honesty and hard work are all core elements of Candy’s work ethic.

Laura Swirski Bio

As ProTec’s Human Resources Manager, Laura Swirski, brings knowledge and experience in HR and Organizational Development from a variety of industries ranging from property management, non-profit, government, public utility, and hospitality.  Laura enjoys an employee focused and hands-on approach to HR.  She believes employees are a company’s most important resource.  An organization is successful when employees are in the right job and are involved, committed, and work together toward shared goals.  Laura is conscientious, a hard worker, and desires to learn, improve, and make a difference.

Fernando Urrea Bio

Fernando Urrea began his ProTec career in 2009. After a short leave he returned to ProTec in 2014 as the San Diego Maintenance Division Manager. He holds a General Contractors License; as well as, EPA Certified Lead Renovator. Fernando worked at Standard Pacific Homes and Pacific Bay Homes in the San Diego Divisions and has over 15 years’ experience in new home construction management. While working in Military Housing for 10 years he was able get hands on experience on all trades and management skills. His new home building and maintenance knowledge are unparalleled and is what makes Fernando a great asset.

Mark Adams Bio

Fascinated by construction from an early age, Mark developed the skills and knowledge to construct and repair any building. Prior to ProTec, Mark honed his skills at Quality Built Consulting on construction defects/diagnostics nationally. Mark is a licensed California General Contractor and a certified applicator in Excellent Coatings (Waterproof Coatings), SIKA Products (Sealants), PROTECTO Wrap (Waterproof Membranes) and Superkrete (Overlay Concrete Systems). Mark has been a manager at ProTec for 15 years and is the top HOA estimator in San Diego County. He prides himself on being able to assist HOA Boards and Community Managers resolve any type of repair or construction project.

Lee Sterling Bio

While attending Arizona State University pursuing a degree in engineering, Lee Sterling enlisted in the United States Army prior to Desert Storm. After completing his service he began working in the property service industry. Duly licensed as a Building (B1) and Roofing (C39) contractor, Lee rose through the ranks of the industry becoming the Division Manager and acting Chief Engineer for properties in San Diego, Irvine and Brea. His commitment to quality and superior service has earned him recommendations from his peers, clients and customers.

Cesar Ibarra Bio

Cesar Ibarra is ProTec’s Janitorial Manager and has been with the company for 8 years. He ensures that the janitorial work quality is consistent and manages the planning of large level custodial projects. He prides himself in his knowledge of janitorial services and has over 10 years of experience in the Commercial Cleaning Industry. He and his team devote themselves to our clients and provide customized janitorial services that are specifically tailored for each community or project.

Paul Mayeski Bio

Paul oversees ProTec’s Maintenance Manuals and Inspections Division. Before joining the ProTec team in 2000, Paul spent 4 years converting his Industrial Arts education into becoming a trained cabinetmaker, followed by 13 years building custom homes and then 7 years administering building maintenance programs and overseeing maintenance manual implementations for one of San Diego’s largest community management companies.  Because of his combined experience in the building and community management industries, he is uniquely suited to ensure that our clients’ projects are successful.

Chris McHenry Bio

Chris has over 25 years of construction experience in the residential and commercial industries. He has done everything hands on from operate heavy equipment, ro build and remodel custom homes, and commercial tenant improvements. He started working in his family’s business building custom homes during the summers in high school. He moved on as a Project Manager for an apartment maintenance construction company in Rancho Santa Margarita. He proceeded to get his contractor’s license and owned his own company for 7 years. Chris also holds the positions of superintendent on a high rise construction project and Project Manager with an industrial/commercial company.

Sal Mendoza Bio

Salvador Mendoza is our Los Angeles regional manager for ProTec Building Services. Since starting with the Company in 2008 he has devoted himself to the challenging world of maintenance for mid and high rise buildings. Salvador’s past experiences of running his family owned construction business, along with his real estate and mortgage banking experience, provide him with a unique perspective within our industry. He has a created the company’s first Planned Maintenance Contract (PMC), which allows for a custom annual maintenance calendar of the building components for each individual building, enabling clients to plan ahead and have an annual maintenance budget

Mirzet Velic Bio

As ProTec’s Vista Maintenance Division Manager, Mirzet brings immense experience in the HOA industry and knowledge of maintenance, repair and construction methodology. Mirzet joined ProTec in 2006 as an Account Manager.  Prior to ProTec he honed his experience at All American Construction as a Maintenance Technician.  With over 15 years of experience in contract management, construction, electrical, and property management Mirzet can solve any technical problem. However, Mirzet’s true tour de force is his Customer Centric service model; he takes care of clients’ needs before they even know they have a need. 

Timothy (Ty) Haisch Bio

Ty is ProTec’s Construction Division Manager for the North County San Diego region, working out of the Vista office.  Ty joined ProTec in 2010 as a Project Supervisor.  He has moved up in the management ranks due to his excellent work record, supervisory skills, hard-work and dedication to getting jobs done in a timely manner that have made him a “go-to” manager at ProTec.  Prior to joining ProTec, Ty was a manager at TDT Construction.  Yes, Ty has many years of experience, but it is mostly his excitement with solving complex problems, that cause Ty to stand out among his peers.  Ty loves challenges and will happily solve our clients most vexing or technical problem(s).

John T. (JT) Anderson Bio

John learned the value of hard work at his family business at the early age of 5, where he started out as a janitor.  He went on to learn additional trades and skills, where he eventually left the business world to attend college at The University of Hawaii and the University of Utah.  He received his degree in Political Science and Business.  After moving to San Diego in 2004 he founded Elite Services, which provided building services to Commercial and HOA clients.  In 2016, John saw an opportunity to join the ProTec team where he has put his many talents to work, expanding ProTec’s list of 172 services and engaging new clients.