Consolidated Property Management
If you have questions about your apartment, this is a great place to see if we have answered those for you.
The most likely reason is that not all the tenants have paid their rent. Speak with your roommates and make sure everyone is up-to-date on payments. If this is not the cause, contact the office. Remember to always keep an updated phone number and email on file with the office so that we may contact you.
A common cause for these clogs is a build up of hair in the drain. Make sure to clean away hair each time after using the shower or sink or use a drain cover.
Depending on the season, set the thermostat to “heat” or “cool” and set the fan to “auto”. This tells the thermostat to automatically kick on when necessary. Choose the appropriate temperatures for each to turn on. Tenants are reminded that if they are leaving for long periods, they should set the thermostat to 62 to avoid pipes freezing. This may include spring break, holiday breaks, or other extended absences from the residence.
Security deposits are used to cover the cost of extra cleaning or repairs the residence needs once a lease ends. It is not considered an additional rent payment. We will process and return the deposit to you by mail within 45 days once your lease ends. See the lease for complete details of the security deposit.
Clean the lint trap. This should be done before every use because improperly cleaned lint traps can be dangerous. If problems continue, submit a maintence request form.
Yes. Not using a a shower curtain can lead to water damage like leaks and floods and will result in a charge to the tenant(s).
To avoid being charged for damages, call maintenance immediately to report leaks.
Yes. Unless it would require a ladder to change the burned out light bulb, you are responsible for replacing it.
If the damage or issue is a result of tenant actions, it is likely you will be charged. For more maintenance details, refer to your lease.
Yes. There is a $25 NSF fee for all returned checks.
Yes. Most garbage disposal clogs are caused by improper use. Examples include disposing of glass, bones, excessive amounts of food, metal, etc.
Keeping a clean residence will prevent most bug-related issues. If your apartment is clean of spills, garbage, messes, etc, considering purchasing insect spray or insect traps. These are very inexpensive and easy to find.
Try to plunge the clogged toilet. If this does not release the clog, try a few more times. If your toilet is/ starts overflowing, turn off the water and call maintenance. (Do this by using the valve at the base of the toilet.)