Our experience with working with tenants and owners makes Cold Craft a natural for equipment replacement, service and maintenance.

Investment property owners have a lot to think about, income, expenses, legislation changes, occupancy rates, evictions and risk management to name a few. The last thing that the property owner or property manager need to worry about is how an HVAC contractor hired to improve the property is treating the tenants. Cold Craft, Inc is experienced with working with single family, duplex and multiple family service, maintenance and replacement HVAC work.

Cold Craft, Inc. remembers who our customer is, and that is the owner or manager. We understand tenants sometimes want extras or other items that plainly is not in the budget. We gently guide the tenant back to the management or owner to voice their wishes. If there is a change order to upgrade from the management or owner we will gladly perform that work.

We have completed changeouts in large complexes too. We realize that this sort of work may not have been completed in recent months or years because of a variety of reasons like perhaps the economy, occupancy rates, rents, etc. Postponing the replacement of old equipment can cause a problem that can dramatically increase the owner’s risk with carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning (even if you have complied with the new CO requirements for installing the CO detectors) and fire hazard. CO poisoning is a cumulative issue when it is introduced slowly in the living area it causes damage to the occupants but it can also be acute if, for example a flue is blocked.

Cold Craft has a safety inspection program where we will inspect the furnace(s) on the premises to check for carbon monoxide issues, rusting, pitting or cracks inside the furnace with a scope and flame or fire hazards, so the owner can have peace of mi

San Jose Investment Property Owner Fixes Furnace Just in Time

Posted by Susan Nichol on Thu, Feb 28, 2013 @ 01:59 PM

Over the past several years investment property owners and home owners have taken a financial beating. For many this meant reducing or deferring maintenance on the building and components just to survive the economy.

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