We provide an apartment mystery maintenance call of the week to help apartment owners, landlords and property managers with ideas on how to fix those odd, pesky little maintenance issues that come up from time to time.
Keepe provides the apartment maintenance odd job of the week regularly based on the calls from landlords they get to help out with tenant maintenance issues.
The latest apartment mystery maintenance call from Keepe comes from Seattle, where a property manager called in distress with an emergency after a tenant had spilled a jug of bleach on the garage floor.
The maintenance odd job of the week comes from Keepe which a job request in the greater Seattle area for a kitchen sink in which the water would only come out scalding hot. Read what they found out here.
The property manager called maintenance to say the tenant was reporting their fire alarms going off randomly even though there was no smoke or fire.
You might assume the battery in the smoke detector was bad, right? Read what the mystery was here.
The mystery maintenance call of the week came from Portland again this week when the property manager of a Portland rental called Keepe with an unusual work order.
“There are hornets inside my house, and it seems to be coming out from inside my drywalls. Please send keepers now!” the property manager said