Facilities Management

Jim Kumorek · December 12, 2017
As churches grow into more advanced lighting capabilities, it’s not uncommon for them to consider adding a little haze to their room. Here's what you need to be aware of before adding this effect to your venue.

Mark MacDonald · November 13, 2017
As we prepare to welcome guests to our church properties, an evaluation of their first point of entry - the parking lot - is worthy of our time and consideration. Here are 4 ways to eliminate common barriers to parking lot etiquette.

Colby May · November 06, 2017
Is it possible to use more energy, while at the same time lowering your overall energy cost?

By Gary Zandstra · January 03, 2017
It really is great when people take ownership of your church, they take initiative and responsibility. They take notice and treat things better. After all isn’t that why we say, “treat it like your own” if you are using or borrowing something?

WFM Staff · December 04, 2015
Candles, lights, and greenery add splendor to the celebration of Christ's birth. These decorations can have a downside—here are safety tips for holiday decorations to reduce the risk of fire.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · September 17, 2015
The role of a church facilities manager is deep and wide—and growing.

Colby May · July 15, 2015
If you are looking to install energy efficient equipment, such as lighting or new HVAC, there are many rebates and incentives that can reduce your cost by as much as 50 percent.

WFM Staff · March 16, 2015
All facilities experience plumbing problems from time to time.

Keith Loria · January 30, 2015
Should you sign off on another repair for your HVAC system, or are there telling signs that it's time for an upgrade.

WFM Staff · October 15, 2014
With churches frequently expanding their facilities and campuses, security of physical assets becomes a larger issue. New locking systems can provide a solution to lost keys and help track who is accessing your facilities.