We tend to only perform maintenance in our own homes when something breaks. Heater not firing up? Better see what’s wrong. AC busted on the hottest day of the year? Time to replace it.
That strategy won’t work for a vacation rental, because the guest may only be in the property for the two days it takes to fix the problem at hand. Instead, you’re going to have to go on the offensive, and perform routine maintenance every six months whether you think your property needs it or not.
Here’s what we recommend to stay ahead of common maintenance issues.