"Help! My Ice Maker Is Broken" And Other Opportunities To Dazzle And Retain Tenants In Your Luxury Apartment Complex

Posted on: 23 May 2016
The decor is superb, the landscaping lovely, and the Energy Star appliances in each unit are not only beautiful, but green, sustainable and cost-efficient. As the manager of a top class apartment complex, you have a clear understanding of residents' expectations. You've made sure the atmosphere is cordial, the lobby is luxurious and the special amenities are in peak condition. Yet, stuff happens. And when the ice maker in a resident's refrigerator quits making ice, or the operation of any other appliance goes awry, your management office can expect to hear about it from the frustrated tenant.
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4 Common Furnace Repair Or Replacement Triggers

Posted on: 24 March 2015
Does your cranky, noisy, weak furnace need minor fixes, major repairs, or outright retirement? While these major appliances can work well for years or even decades, every mechanical part or system has its limits. Here are four sound reasons to consult a service professional about possible furnace repair or replacement. 1. High Energy Bills Do your energy bills seem unnaturally high lately? If so, then you may be dealing with a furnace that's lost some of its operational efficiency and needs servicing.
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10 Refrigerator Parts That Commonly Require Repair

Posted on: 13 March 2015
Refrigerators are built with complex parts. When your refrigerator is not working properly, any of these parts may need repair or replacement. The following is a list of 10 refrigerator parts that most commonly require repair or replacement from a appliance repair technician or service: 1. The Temperature Control Knob This knob monitors and adjusts refrigerator and freezer temperature to keep food fresh and at a proper setting. The control is built with wires attached.
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