Clean them regularly with non- abrasive solutions and sponges/cloths.
Replace air filters monthly and flush the AC drain line with 1 cup of vinegar to clear dirt.
Treat them with care as they will break if handled roughly. Damaged blinds are resident responsibility.
Use mats at entrances, vacuum frequently, and pay prompt attention to spots and spills to avoid stains, dirt, and moisture build up.
You should be instructed on the operation of your fireplace at move-in.
Do not put bones, rice, vegetable peelings, and other heavy items in the disposal as they will clog the drain lines. Always run cold water when operating the disposal.
You are responsible for cleaning out the first level gutters.
You are responsible for following HOA rules, city ordinances, and paying any fines assessed.
Your responsibilities include; weed control, leaf removal, shrub trimming, watering and lawn care.
You are responsible for replacing all inside and outside light bulbs, to include appliance light bulbs.
We recommend lightly cleaning scuffs and dirt from walls regularly to maintain a fresh look throughout your home and to avoid charges at move out.
You are responsible for Pest Control (excluding termites, squirrels, bats and rats)
Your pool maintenance may be included in your lease, if not, you are responsible for the maintenance of your pool. Pool maintenance includes: cleaning skimmer basket, brushing the walls and tile often, and running the pumps adequately. During extreme cold, run filtration pump and jet continuously, break up the ice on the pool surface to keep skimmer free of ice, and never backwash during extreme cold.
You are responsible for replacing water filters for your refrigerator and freezer.
If your home has a septic tank, be mindful of what you and your family put into your septic system. Do not use excessive amounts of any household chemicals without stopping the bacterial action in the septic tank. Do not use anti-bacterial soaps. Anti-bacterial soaps kill the helpful bacteria in the tank that help your system to work properly.
You are responsible to supply and replace batteries when needed.
Clear driveways and sidewalks according to city ordinances. Use rock salt and sand to avoid slips and falls.
Only toilet paper should be flushed. Avoid flushing baby wipes or feminine products as they will cause the lines to back up. This is especially important with septic systems.
If your home has a water softener, you are responsible for providing, filling and maintaining the appropriate salt levels.
Clean glass and tracks regularly.