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Spring Maintenance Tips For Apartment Managers

Spring Maintenance Tips For Apartment ManagersSpring is a great time for property managers to cleanup and fix up apartment complexes and outdoor areas. We’ve put together some preventative maintenance tips to help you protect your investments. Reduce the need for emergency repairs and make your rental spaces more warm and welcoming with these spring cleaning tips for landlords.

Happy Tenants = Happy Landlord

Property maintenance is absolutely vital for renter retention. If you fail to fix problems, your tenants might not want to stick around once their lease is up. Having pristine, well-kept apartment units can help set you apart from other multifamily properties and even attract new tenants.

Interior Maintenance Tips

  • Make sure hot water heaters are in good condition.
  • Check doors and windows for damage.
  • Scrub windows, and clean out the screens.
  • Fill in cracks in the window sills to prevent mold and bug infestations.
  • Check the carpet for stains and odors, and consider deep cleaning it or replacing it if necessary.
  • Clean out air ducts to decrease wear and tear on your HVAC systems.
  • Switch out air filters.
  • Check smoke detector batteries.
  • Switch to a more efficient type of lighting, such as LED or fluorescent bulbs.

Exterior Maintenance Tips

  • Have your foundation inspected for cracking, shifting, and deterioration.
  • Have balconies and porches inspected, and address any safety concerns.
    Check playground equipment for safety concerns and remove or repair damaged equipment.
  • Check the roof for leaks, pooling, and damaged shingles. Remove excess debris from the gutters, as long-term clogs can cause costly water damage to the entire roof.
  • Ensure that the pipes are well-insulated in order to prevent freezing and rupturing.
  • Check to see if the siding needs to be washed or repaired. Fill in any cracks. Consider repainting.
  • Scan all the nooks and crannies for bird and rodent nests.
  • Consider investing in awnings, solar screens, or other temperature-regulating structures.
  • Mow the lawn, trim the trees, and remove any dead plants and weeds.
  • Clean and repair your swimming pool and other outdoor amenities.

Hire A Rental Property Manager In Denver

Cobalt Creek Property Management can help you keep your Denver area apartments or condominiums in optimal condition for prospective and existing tenants alike. With decades of apartment property management experience, our team is committed to making your spring cleaning process as simple and stress-free as possible. Leave the hassle to us, and call today to schedule a cost analysis.

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Denver, CO 80229

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