Posted by Bob(OH) on June 03, 2003 at 01:44:37:
If you will be renting 30 units, I think this could be a good move for you. Other than the obvious reasons…like time, it would be good for insurance and have potential to limit your liability. I would also recommend you inspect, test, and replace any and all smoke detectors.
It’s always best to keep atleast one extinguisher in the kitchen area but, as the old saying goes, you can lead a horse to water…
Fire Extinguisher Service or do it myself?? - Posted by GG(GA)
Posted by GG(GA) on June 02, 2003 at 15:47:15:
Does anyone have any advice on Fire Extingushers? I’m getting a Park with about 30 rental units and want to provide a fire extingusher in each unit. I know there are companies out there that will provide the extinguisher and come around and replace, service, etc for you. Is this cost efficient? I’m going to be pretty busy for the next year refurbishing the place and wondering if I should deligate this part of maintenance.