Hoarders and the Rights of Property Management

Hoarding typically leads to a unit becoming an unsafe one to dwell in. The hoarding may even cause structural damage to the property. Damaged walls and floors are not uncommon when hoarders are living inside the unit. Hoarding often allows...

What is Cat 3 Dirty Water?

Cat3, or Category 3, is the most severe type of water damage a property owner can encounter. Often times, this type of damage is referred to as dirty water or black water. This is highly contaminated water that could be...

Preventative Maintenance, What should you be doing?

Property owners and managers in South Florida know better than most that preventative maintenance is critical for retaining tenants and property value. One of the main decisions to consider is how to schedule the frequency of the preventative maintenance that’s...

Mold Effects on People with Sensitive Allergies

Researchers have determined that exposure to mold can cause allergic symptoms and impair people who have asthma. Direct exposure to mold for a prolonged period can cause occupants to suffer from eye irritation, coughing and a runny nose. These conditions...

Contingency Planning, What Should You be Doing?

What happens when the backup plan fails and everything goes wrong? What’s the contingency plan then? These are questions every legitimate organization needs to be able to answer before disaster strikes. Contingency plans are especially important in regions like South...

Higher Deductibles from Hurricanes

High hurricane and windstorm deductibles in South Florida are challenging for many property owners and managers. Deductibles for water damage have also been increasing recently, making it harder to manage common water issues associated with owning multiple units, commercial spaces...