Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
Remember that notice from the community association you received last spring about the dead plants in your front yard? The result of your irrigation pipes freezing the winter before? Or the spike in your heating bill last winter because the air filter was not changed?
Fortunately for the homeowners they serve, the experts at RMI Management, LLC (RMI) are always thinking of these things. As Nevada’s largest and leading community association management company, RMI employs engineers and maintenance experts who help homeowners and their communities winterize their properties.
“We’re fortunate to live in a warm climate,” said Corbin Seti, senior vice president of community and lifestyle services for RMI, “but homeowners still need to prepare their homes for the colder weather.”
Seti offers the following tips for homeowners:
Homeowners often do not realize what damage is covered by their homeowners association and what damage is the homeowner’s responsibility. The codes, covenants and restrictions (CC&Rs) provided by the community association explain this information.
“Sometimes homeowners think damage to anything on the outside of the home is the association’s responsibility,” said Steven Parker, president and CEO of RMI. “But unless this is clearly spelled out in the CC&Rs, the homeowner is responsible for the cost of repairs.”
About RMI Management, LLC
RMI Management is Nevada’s largest and most experienced full-service community association management firm. RMI employs more than 650 people statewide and manages hundreds of the most successful and recognizable communities and neighborhood associations, representing more than 95,000 homes. For more information, visit http://www.rmillc.com.
RMI Management is a subsidiary of FirstService Residential Management (FSR). FSR is the largest manager of residential communities in North America, overseeing more than 5,600 properties and over 1.3 million residential units.
Editor’s note: RMI has a demonstration room available at the corporate office with several displays of home systems, including plumbing, roofing, landscaping, and electrical. These displays provide great video and photo opportunities.