Dave Ogden, Onsite Manager, Contact at Tel. 801-643-1512
Dryer Vents - Just as a reminder, we should all have our dryer vents cleaned and maintained on regular basis to prevent a potential fire hazard. If your dryer vents have not been cleaned this year, or even at all, please seriously consider getting this taken care of just as soon as possible. Dave Ogden can do this or he said that Sears can also clean the dryer vents.
Drains - Drains / Garbage Disposals have been somewhat of a problem, due to people putting various items down drains and in garbage disposals, that could otherwise be better disposed, in order to avoid clogging the drainage system. Please put as few items as possible down your garbage disposals, and down kitchen sinks. Coffee grounds, oil, and several other items have been large contributing factors in major plumbing issues here as of late, so if we can please be more diligent in better disposing of these items, that would be greatly appreciated.
Outside Charcoal and or Propane Grills - Are prohibited to be on any balcony, and should only be located on a ground level surface, with at least being a good 25 feet from the building. If you have a grill out on your balcony, it is advised that you relocate it to a more appropriate and safe location. (The Insurance Inspector was just here doing his yearly inspection, and viewed some outside grills on some balconies, and noted the violation in his findings report)
Vehicle Safety Tips for winter - We are getting into the cold season, and there are a few minor items to be aware of with your vehicle, so that you can remain safer during the cold season ahead..... Tire pressure will decrease with the cold weather, so it is a good idea to check your tires. Keep your tires with the greatest tread to the rear of the vehicle, to help avoid losing control of your vehicle while driving in slick road conditions. Make sure that your tires are wearing evenly, and see to it that you have a safe amount of tire tread to get you through the snowy weather to come. Have a quick battery and alternator check performed on your vehicle before the cold season is upon us.... many Automotive Service Center's will perform this test at no charge, and you may find this service will keep you safe in the cold weather to come.
If you have any questions about any of these issues, please contact Dave Ogden.
Lost & Found
If you have lost an item at the Parc, please contact:
Dave Ogden (Onsite Maintenance Manager): 801-643-151