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Do you manage residential or commercial rental properties? Do you need help with Rental Property Upkeep? We know if you said yes to that... you need a great contractor to meet all of your rental property needs.
We offer all needs you may have as a rental property. From well-maintained properties, with clean entryways and freshly painted interiors- these will help keep your property top notch for your potential renters.
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Rental Property Maintenance: A Quick Guide
If you're new to the rental property industry, you may not know some of the ins and outs of property maintenance that you need to be aware of. That's why we've compiled this list of things that you should know about and check at least once a year to make sure your property is in tip-top shape.
- Water Damage/Leaks: When it comes to preventative maintenance, this is a vital thing to check on. Even a small leak on your rental property could turn into a catastrophic water damage situation if it isn't caught early. That's why when you do your walk-through, check all water sources (sinks, showers, toilets, etc.) for leaks, and make sure all ceilings and walls are clear of water damage.
- Pest Control: Your tenants won't want to share their space with pests like mice or roaches, so during your check of your property, thoroughly look for signs of pest populations like droppings, frayed cords, or damage to the furniture.
- Showers: When you walk through bathroom spaces, check on your shower spaces' caulk and grout. The caulk is essential to keeping water contained inside the shower where it's supposed to be. If the caulk or the grout is showing signs of wear, a leak problem could be in the works. Also, make sure the drains aren't clogged. Install a hair catcher if necessary to prevent clogs in your drains.
- Roof and Gutters: The last thing you want to deal with as a rental property owner is a leaky roof on one of your properties. That's why it's so important to inspect your property's roof for obvious damage on a regular basis. You should also keep your gutters clear so they drain properly. It will save your foundation from structural damage caused by falling rainwater, and protect your roof from rot.
- Replace A/C and Furnace Filters: You should change the filters in your HVAC system at least twice a year, but we recommend you check them once every three months. If your rental property has a clogged or dirty HVAC filter, your system will become overworked and be more vulnerable to damage.
- Patch Cracks: If there are cracks in the drywall or your property's ceiling, it will look less inviting to potential guests. In order to make the property look well-kept and clean, patch these cracks before they can expand and cause major damage!
- Flush Water Heater: Water heaters are large and costly to replace. They are used every day, but they can become dirty over time as they collect dirt and sediment. You should flush your water heaters every six months or so to make sure any sediment doesn't cause damage.
- Check Smoke Detectors: The last thing you want is a liability like outdated smoke detectors on your property. Check your smoke detectors regularly to make sure they're effective -- it will be good for your tenants' peace of mind, as well as a good practice for risk management!