Below is from an email we received from AEP Ohio. We believe this information can help all of our customers and their tenants. Feel free to pass along to your residents, colleagues, friends & family. Dear AEP Ohio Customer: The National Weather Service in Wilmington, Ohio is predicting a Hazardous Weather Outlook for several counties in Ohio. This threat includes the potential for heavy rainfall, large hail, damaging winds and possibly isolated tornadoes. It is anticipated that this storm system will enter the area late this afternoon and early evening. Severe weather could mean possible power outages. At AEP Ohio, we continue to monitor the storm's path and are preparing resources to be ready to respond once the.
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For over 5 years, Campus Handyman has been providing high quality maintenance solutions to landlords in and around Columbus. Here's a little bit about us: We are a locally owned company, and we are proud of it. We specialize in providing day-to-day maintenance services for rental homes around Columbus, Ohio. We have received countless compliments from Columbus landlords who often say they never knew owning rental property did not have to cause them anxiety over providing quality and timely repairs to their tenants. Our name came from the fact that many of the rentals we service are near the campus of The Ohio State University. We service landlords, tenants, and rental homes all around Columbus. Our services are affordable because.
Springtime in Ohio can bring lots of rain. Not only does this cause our lawns to grow like weeds, but it can bring havoc to our roofs, gutters, foundations and ceilings if our homes aren't properly prepared. As a landlord, you should always be thinking about improving your homes, not just maintaining them. Springtime thunderstorms are a perfect excuse to check for leaks. We recommend checking your roof, and all gutters, downspouts and seams. We also recommend a basic foundation and basement inspection as well. You can also reach out to your tenants to ask if they have noticed any water intrusion during the storms. Some of the time, our.