How To, Landscaping, Resident Responsibilities, Uncategorized

In the Know: Resident Responsibilities

Let’s face it – accidents happen when we least expect it. Whether it’s a leaky faucet or an issue with your air conditioning unit. Although minor repairs are a resident responsibility, we will assist you in determining the best course of action to resolve the problem.

So, what exactly is considered your responsibility?

  • Routine pest control: all indoor and outdoor critters
  • Landscape maintenance, watering, fertilization, weeding, bush/plant trimming, mowing, blowing/raking leaves, exterior washing and small tree trimming
  • Winterize the premises by maintaining minimum levels of heat to prevent freezing of water pipes and outdoor spigots, wrapping the outside water main in winter and removing snow and ice
  • Repair of minor irrigation issues, drip lines and sprinklers
  • Replacement of burned out light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, smoke alarm and thermostat batteries
  • Supply and changing of heating and air conditioning filters at least once every three (3) months
  • Testing smoke alarms monthly
  • Maintaining a smoke-free home & premises
  • Proper disposal of trash, waste, garbage and yard clippings
  • Prevent mold and mildew prevention. Report any leaks, HVAC issues, musty odors or discoloration of walls, window frames or ceiling immediately
  • Repair of clogged drains and toilets, except when caused by roots or structural breakdown

Have a maintenance request? Give us a call or submit a request here! We can either schedule your maintenance request with one of our skilled technicians or refer you to an approved vendor. Please note that if we complete a maintenance request that is considered your financial responsibility, the charges for the repair will be added to your account and must be paid with the following month’s rent.

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