A Property Manager’s Checklist For The Winter Season

As a property manager, it’s important to be prepared for the winter season. From maintaining the property to dealing with weather-related issues, there’s a lot to think about. To help you out, we’ve put together a checklist of everything you need to do to make sure your property is ready for winter.

1. Inspect the property for any damage that may have occurred over the summer and fall seasons

This includes checking the roof, gutters, windows, and doors for any leaks or damage. Make sure to repair any damage before the winter weather sets in.

2. Have the HVAC system inspected by a professional

This will ensure that the system is running efficiently and will help prevent any potential issues that could occur during the winter months.

3. Have snow removal services lined up in advance

This way, you won’t have to worry about finding a last-minute contractor when a snowstorm hits. 

4. Stock up on salt and other de-icing materials

This will help keep your sidewalks and parking lots clear and safe for tenants and visitors.

5. Put together an emergency kit containing items like flashlights, batteries, first aid supplies, and non-perishable food items

This will come in handy if there’s a power outage or another type of emergency. 

6. Lastly, make sure you have adequate insurance coverage for your property

This will protect you in case of any damage that occurs due to winter weather conditions. 

By following this checklist, you can rest assured knowing that your property is prepared for the winter season ahead. By taking care of these items now, you’ll be able to avoid any stressful situations down the road and if you need assistance from a professional, we’ll be more than happy to help you, call us today.


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