Owning a multifamily home and renting it out can be a financially great decision, but it does come with a lot of responsibility. As the owner, it is completely up to you to ensure the building is safe for all of the families living there. If you're new to multifamily rentals, there are a few things that you may have overlooked. Here, you'll find a short list of things to make sure you've included in the homes.
- A lot of whole-house water filtration systems use sodium or potassium chloride, two kinds of salt, in pellet form. As the water passes through the salt pellet tank, impurities are removed from the water, and then the water is channeled into the pipes that lead to the rest of the house and household appliances. For various reasons, you might not want salt of any kind in your water. If that is the case, here are some alternative salt-free water filtration systems and the filter types they use to purify your water.
- When you're looking to buy a new washing machine, you'll have a number of options to choose from. How do you choose the right washing machine to buy? Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you narrow down the long list of options to make it easier to choose from a few. Front or Top Load Do you want a washing machine that loads from the front or from the top?
- If you want to save money each month, making sure your home is well-insulated is one way to do this. One area you may forget about is your attic. If it is not insulated well, air can get into your attic, and then the air will get into your home. Your HVAC unit will then run much longer to maintain the temperature inside your home. One method of insulation you can use is blown-in insulation.
- When your home is giving you electrical issues, you need to address them right away. Electrical problems can be hazardous because they can lead to shorts and cause fires. One indication that there's a serious problem with your home's electrical system is if you are resetting a breaker repeatedly. Here are a few things to consider as you narrow down the source of the issue. Are You Resetting The Breaker Right?