Freezing Temperatures = Opportunity

With much of the country posting record low temperatures and above average snow totals, it is the season and a top reason for property management.

When a home sits vacant during the winter it is vulnerable to major damage.  When someone leaves their home thermostat at 50 and temperatures drop to zero for successive days – many pipes will freeze and burst.  When rooftop snow melts and re-freezes and backs up from the gutters to above the roof flashing and then melts water will pour thruough the ceiling.  The costly damage from water leaks will hit the home owner in their wallet.

Property managers offer protection and peace of mind against a costly winter related repair.  Additionally, you can earn extra fees if you want to shovel snow, remove snow from roofs yourself.  In the program I tell you how to market your services to vacant homes.  Enjoy the winter!

Published on January 25, 2011 in Property Management

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