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Maintenance for Fall Reminder to Coeur d’Alene Owners and Tenants

As the cooler weather approaches, the time has come to perform some property maintenance to guarantee your investment property is as prepared for the change in weather as you are. Your Coeur d’Alene property management team has crafted some helpful tips help you with maintenance for fall.

Maintenance for fall tips from the leading Coeur d’Alene property management company

With summer ended and the cooler weather upon us, we recommend some basic services to protect the home and prepare it for colder weather with maintenance for fall:

  1. Avoid expensive repairs by servicing your heating and air conditioning systems. Clean or replace filters, remove build up on fans, cover the outside A/C unit, bleed air from radiators, and check the basement humidity levels.
  2. Enjoy the fall brisk air … and enjoy the fall landscaping. Fertilization, pruning, and any other lawn care services (such as sprinkler line maintenance) should be completed to keep up the curb appeal of your home.
    1. Call to have your irrigation system blown out for the fall
  3. Clear out rain gutters of any debris from leaves and needles, etc.
  4. Got a fireplace? Time for a chimney sweep! A warm tenant is a happy tenant and makes sure your they are comfortable and safe the whole winter season.

Coeur d’Alene property managers are not alone in maintenance for fall responsibilities

As a property manager, you do have obligations to keep the property well-maintained and also your tenants do as well. These are the requests you can ask of your tenants of maintenance for fall:

  1. Take care of any safety hazards. Any items that pose a accident such as bulky carpets or loose hand railings should be fixed.
  2. Check electrical sockets in use to ensure they are not warm to the touch.
  3. Inspect fire extinguishers to confirm they are properly charged.
  4. Check any alarms throughout the home and install fresh batteries.
  5. Review household safety and emergency plans, locate gas and water shut off valves.
  6. Clean/replace filters and vents as needed and vacuum under all appliances.
  7. Change furnace filters on a monthly basis, during the winter months.
  8. Ensure all doors and windows shut tightly.
  9. Clean all drains and traps to ensure proper drainage.
  10. Tidy up outside by storing hoses and similar items.

As a Coeur d’Alene property management company, we work with tenants to get your investment property ready with maintenance for fall. It is a priority to help you keep your home and tenants protected by performing seasonal maintenance duties. If you do not want the added responsibility of maintenance for fall or you simply do not have the time, then contact the leading Coeur d’Alene property managers to come along side you!

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