As a tenant, you have a responsibility to maintain the rental property as if you owned the property yourself – within reason. Examples of these responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
– Keep the property clean & sanitary
– Promptly dispose of all garbage in appropriate receptacles
– Supply and replace all light bulbs, florescent tubes and batteries for smoke alarms, CO detectors, garage door openers, ceiling fan remotes, and other devices (of the same type and quality that are in the property on the commencement date).
– Take action to promptly eliminate any dangerous condition on the property
– Take all necessary precautions to prevent broken water pipes due to freezing or other causes
– Replace any lost or misplaced keys
– Pay any periodic, preventative or additional extermination costs desired
– Know the location and operation of the main water cut-off valve and all electric breakers and how to switch the valve or breakers off at appropriate times to mitigate any potential damage.
– Maintaining the lawn and any plants on the property
– Routinely changing HVAC air filters
– Lighting your pilot when starting your heater for the winter
– Replacing any filters in refrigerators, filtration systems or other purifying systems
– Handling normal plumbing blockages (clogged drains, clogged toilets, etc)
– Adhering to all Home Owners Association (HOA) rules
– Promptly notify us, in writing, of all needed repairs
We want to be as available to our residents as possible. You will make maintenance request through your tenant portal online that is available 24/7.
Perform all duties per lease and move out check list.