Preventative Maintenance Guide
Preventive maintenance is important in any aspect of life, whether the area of focus is health care, car ownership or your New York or New Jersey condo or co-op building. In the case of the latter, acting proactively can lead to long-term benefits for your New York or New Jersey community association and save your budget.
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About the Preventative Maintenance Guide
Download the Preventative Maintenance Guide for more on why preventative maintenance is necessary and for details on how to address key maintenance areas.
A community association has a vested interest in ensuring proper and prompt building maintenance and repairs, because they have a direct impact on the resident’s quality of life, as well as the safeguard of their possessions.
KEY AREAS THAT REQUIRE PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
The following are 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
- Wood Burning Fireplaces
- Outdoor Grills
- Smoke Detectors and Fire Extinguishers
- Ice Dams
- Electrical Cords