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A thorough preventive maintenance strategy will result in a safer community, lower replacement costs and a more efficient use of resources.

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About the Whitepaper

Important preventative maintenance guide for condominiums & cooperatives

Condominium and cooperative community association board of directors and property managers have a fiduciary responsibility to maintain the association.

And it is usually more cost effective to take proactive steps to maintain the building and to educate and remind the homeowners on what are safer ways to live within a community association.

  • The reality is, it’s not a matter of “IF” a condominium or cooperative building will suffer an insurance related loss, but “WHEN”.
  • It’s important to address maintenance issues proactively rather than after the fact.

Following a thorough preventive maintenance schedule can help increase the attractiveness of your property, boost your residents’ satisfaction, make your condominium or cooperative building more desirable, and strengthen your profit margins.

In this white paper, we explore the following key areas that require routine preventative maintenance in a condominium or cooperative building.

  • Dryer Vents
  • Washing Machine Hoses
  • Water Heaters
  • Water Valves
  • Ice Makers
  • Vacant or Unoccupied Units
  • Balconies and Decks
  • Sump Pumps
  • Pipes
  • Wood Burning Fireplaces
  • Outdoor Grills
  • Smoke Detectors and Fire Extinguishers
  • Ice Dams
  • Electrical Cords

Download the white paper and invest in preventative maintenance for your building. Your association budget will thank you!