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Maintenance Request

Inform Us of a Maintenance Issue


Our residents are expected to troubleshoot minor maintenance issues prior to submitting a maintenance request. Many times, the issues can be resolved quickly or conveniently over the phone. Avoid unneccesary service requests and an unexpected expense by referencing the troubleshooting tips below prior to submitting a maintenance request.


Repair or damage caused by your negligence or misuse is your responsibility. In such cases, repairs will be made, but you will be charged for the cost of the labor and materials. Damages or plumbing stoppages caused by your negligence or misuse will be paid by you.

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Common Issues & Troubleshooting Tips.

Electricity should now be restored to the circuit. If the fuse blows again before you have turned anything on or plugged anything in, submit a maintenance request to First Rate Property Management right away.

If the fuse blows after plugging in or turning on a device, that device may have a short or may be placing too much of a load on the circuit.

If no fuses were blown and you still do not have power at an outlet, make certain that the switch, if any, that controls the outlet is turned on. If you can find no problem, the outlet, switch, wiring or some other component may be at fault. Also, the outlet may be on a GFCI branch circuit. Refer to the guide for checking a GFCI circuit.