By Blackbird Realty
LAS VEGAS, NV. – January is typically one of the busiest months of the year for many owners because it’s when we often have the most lease renewals and
start thinking about issues like maintenance at our rental properties.
If you’re concerned about maintenance at your rental property this article will offer you a maintenance checklist that you can use to ensure your rental
property maintenance gets back on the right track.
Check the HVAC Unit
Has it been a while since the HVAC unit at your Las Vegas rental property was properly maintained? If so? It’s time to hire a professional to have it checked
out to confirm that it’s functioning normally.
Although we don’t get much rain in Las Vegas during the year, now is a great time to clear the gutters at your rental property so you can have confidence
that they are free from debris and will function normally during a sudden downpour.
Inspect the Roof
Take the time to visually inspect the roof of your Las Vegas rental property yourself. You should remove debris from the roof and have lost or damaged
shingles replaced since this will ensure your roof doesn’t leak during a rainstorm.
Inspect All Doors and Windows
During the inspection of your Las Vegas rental, you should also take the time to inspect its doors and windows as well to ensure that they are functioning
normally and their seals are keeping moisture from entering the rental.
Check Smoke Alarms and Detectors
Test and verify that all smoke alarms and detectors in your Las Vegas rental property are in proper working order and have new batteries since some tenants
don’t replace their batteries after they have died.
Get Las Vegas Property Management Here
For professional Las Vegas, property management contact Blackbird Realty by calling us at (702) 903-3556 or click here to connect with us online.