One of the most common repairs tenants are responsible for when moving out of a rental property is patching nail holes or wall damage created during their time in the property. Luckily these small screw or nail holes are pretty simple to repair. Follow our quick process below to return these walls to their original…

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No matter where you live, mice often seem to be a fact of life. Although some may think these little devils are cute, the reality is rats and mice are carriers of more than 35 diseases, and have been linked to the spread of everything from the Hantavirus to the Bubonic plague. Just because these…

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A common concern for tenants, landlords, and property owners is keeping their pipes from freezing during those cold winter months. And this isn’t just for cold climates, as many milder climate areas will be caught off guard when an unusual cold front comes to town. These homes are actually more vulnerable to frozen pipes because…

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Garbage disposals can sometimes get jammed and are typically a quick fix. Follow our 4 step process below to unjam your garbage disposal in less than 5 minutes. 1. Unplug the unit You want to make sure the unit is unplugged from the outlet to ensure it won’t activate while you are working on it.…

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As property owners, not much thought is given to your appliances until the ones you have start giving you trouble. Since it is generally the landlord’s responsibility to provide appliances, be a good landlord and take care of the situation right away. First, we need to think about whether to repair or replace. This is…

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Have you ever been ready to do some dishes only to discover your dishwasher is filled with water that won’t drain?  This is a very common problem that can happen to anyone, and the biggest culprit is food blockages in the drain system.  Below are 4 tips for getting your dishwasher to drain properly: 1. …

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If you’ve suddenly or even gradually noticed your dishwasher has started leaving a white powdery residue on your dishes, fear not there are answers as to why.  Luckily you won’t need to go out and purchase a new dishwasher either.  This unsightly residue is caused by mineral deposits that are present in hard water, and although these white…

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