Property Maintenance Tracker (PMT) collects and tracks property maintenance data and calculates when subsequent maintenance is due. PMT is intended for single-family homes but the format can handle other properties such as townhomes, duplexes etc. An an example of maintenance is: Your house furnace needs service by a heating and cooling contractor. PMT stores a database of providers (like the contractor), a list of tasks (like furnace service) and a list of properties (could be your house, another house you own but rent to another person). Data for the maintenance and the component databases is saved and can be used to document and plan maintenance. It displays overdue maintenance, provides on-screen reports, printed reports and reminders via the system user notification center.
What is new in this release:
- New data entry change mode
- Mini-calendar date selection
- New application icon
- Replaced deprecated internals
- Add/Change buttons clear data entry fields. Delete button doesn't clear data entry to allow easy addition after a mistake
- Delete key works like delete(-) button
- Property, task and providers associated with property maintenance are deletable
- N.B. Deleting a property, task or provider associated with existing property maintenance data can corrupt it and should be used by those knowledgeable of PMT's data relationships
- Tasks now accept a time interval of 'None' ( or days, months, years as before )
- Might assign this to infrequent tasks such as window replacement, electrical panel replacement etc.