Your Renters Place home has been inspected and maintained with pride so that you feel comfortable and at home. While you are responsible for minor maintenance in and around your home, we will take care of any major maintenance concerns that may arise.
Appliances – Clean them regularly with non-abrasive solutions and sponges/cloths.
Blinds – Treat them with care as they will break if handled roughly.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors – You must supply and replace batteries when needed.
Carpet – Clean on a regular basis.
Damages – You are responsible for damage caused by you and/or your guests.
Garbage Disposal – Do not put bones, rice, potato peelings, carrot peelings, spaghetti and other heavy items in the disposal, as they will clog the drain lines.
Gutters – You are responsible for cleaning out the gutters on main level.
Heating & Air Systems – Replace filters monthly.
HOA – You are responsible for following HOA rules, city ordinances, and paying any fines assessed if you live in a neighborhood with a Homeowners Association.
Landscaping – Your responsibilities include; weed control, leaf removal, shrub trimming and/or lawn care.
Light bulbs – You are responsible for replacing inside and outside light bulbs.
Other Property Alterations – All changes to the property, including paint, require prior written permission from management (refer to your lease for additional details).
Paint – Lightly clean scuffs and dirt from walls regularly with a soft sponge or magic eraser to maintain a fresh look throughout your home and to avoid charges at move out.
Pest Control – You are responsible for pest control.
Pool – Your pool maintenance may be included in your lease, if not, you are responsible for proper maintenance.
Refrigerators – You are responsible for replacing water filters if necessary and keeping refrigerator clean.
Septic – If your home has a septic tank, do not use anti-bacterial soaps. They kill the helpful bacteria in the tank that helps your system to work properly.
Smoke Detectors – You must supply and replace batteries when needed.
Snow Removal – Clear driveways and sidewalks according to city ordinances. Use rock salt and sand to avoid slips and falls.
Toilets – Only toilet paper should be flushed. Do not flush baby wipes, flushable wipes, or feminine products, as they will cause the lines to back up.
Windows – Clean glass and tracks regularly.