Not enough airflow in my tenants home
I had my tenant also check all of the air vents to make sure that they were opened, and they were.
Being a landlord can be very challenging at times. Especially when you own multiple properties. There’s always a tenant that has an issue with something. What I like most is that at the most rarest times you actually can receive a thank you card. I really appreciate a thank you once in awhile because I know that I’m doing my job in making sure my tenants are happy. One of the most recent issues I’ve had in one of my buildings was where my tenant was complaining that there was not enough heat coming out of the air register. I constructed my tenant to take a look at the air filter to see if it was clogged up or if that was the issue. When my tenant took the high efficiency air filter out he said that it wasn’t it because he replaced it a month ago and there was minimal dust and dander on the filter. This has happened before in my other buildings and it has been easy to fix because of clogged up air filter and air vents that were all not opened. I had my tenant also check all of the air vents to make sure that they were opened, and they were. As much as I didn’t want to have to call the heating, ventilation and air conditioning repair man I knew that it had to be done. After making an appointment with the heating and cooling company, they took a look and diagnosed the problem. It turns out there was a loose and worn out fan belt. The fan belt had to be replaced and that was the main reason for why there was not sufficient amount of air flow.