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4 Things To Watch Out For During The Winter Months At Your Condo

Publication date:
November 22, 2021
Article Summary: 

In this blog post, the author discusses four things that condo owners and property managers should watch out for during the winter months. Firstly, the author warns about the risk of frozen pipes and suggests preventative measures such as insulating pipes and keeping indoor temperatures consistent. Secondly, the post emphasizes the importance of snow and ice removal from sidewalks and common areas to prevent accidents and liability issues. Thirdly, the author advises keeping an eye out for ice damming, which can cause water damage to roofs and walls, and recommends proper insulation and ventilation. Finally, the post suggests monitoring indoor humidity levels to prevent the formation of condensation on windows and walls, which can lead to mold growth and other moisture-related issues.


condo, winter months, frozen pipes, insulating pipes, indoor temperatures, snow removal, liability, ice damming, water damage, roof, insulation, ventilation, indoor humidity levels, condensation, mold growth, and moisture-related issues.

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4 Things To Watch Out For During The Winter Months At Your Condo
November 22, 2021
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