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Steps to Take to Turn Your Home Into a Vacation Rental

Brittany Kenyon - Wednesday, July 19, 2017



Vacation rentals are becoming increasingly popular with the rise in usage of rental sites like Airbnb or VRBO. It is a great way for individuals who own a second property to earn money when their vacation home is not in use.


In order to turn your home into a vacation rental, you must ensure that the property is well kept and the home is both fully functioning and clean in order to yield the highest return on investment with guests.


Here are Aborn Powers’ steps to take to turn your home into a vacation rental:



  • Step 1: Walk Through of the Home


You should start by scanning the home for any issues or upgrades that need to be made before listing the home as a rental. Consider what is high priority and low priority, so you know how to manage your time. High priority should be considered cleaning and repairs that need to be completed before listing. Low priority would be items that are not of great importance, but may positively affect the vacation home when renting it out, such as: replacing the carpet, updating paint, installing fans or upgrading appliances. If you plan on hiring a property manager and/ or cleaning company, they should also do this walk through as well.


  • Step 2: Clean and Prepare Each Room


Each room needs to be thoroughly deep cleaned in order for it to be sanitary and presentable to the renters. This would include dusting, stocking up on linens, professionally cleaning the carpet and floor, re-sealing the kitchen and bathroom tile, and so on.


In the bedrooms, mattresses should be replaced and covered with a protector, pillows should be replaced and extra sets of bed linens should be purchased.


For bathrooms specifically, there should be 2 sets of towels available per guest and everything should be de-sanitized and cleaned. Any leaky faucets, slow drains, or other small plumbing issues should be fixed promptly as well.


In the kitchen, the most important step is having working appliances and items for guests to use to make themselves comfortable. Having a toaster, coffee maker, utensils, plates, glasses (including wine glasses), pots and pans as well as anything extra you see fit will be beneficial when the home is rented out.


The idea is to make guests feel like they’ve stepped into a home-away-from-home, so provide all of the creature comforts you’d love to see and use at home.


  • Step 3: Inspect HVAC Units


It is extremely important to inspect and service the HVAC units in your rental for efficiency and top performance. If your unit has an AC, check before summer to ensure it is functional so the renter is comfortable throughout their stay. Heating units should be checked monthly and supported with annual maintenance from a professional.


  • Step 4: Replace Air Filters


This is something that any homeowner should do regularly in order to keep up on the home’s maintenance and to protect against problems later on.


  • Step 5: Verify the Home’s Safety Equipment


You are responsible for the safety of your guests and ensuring that the home is up to standards. All smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors should be working and batteries replaced regularly. Multiple fire extinguishers should be placed around the house, especially in the kitchen area. A first aid kit should be purchased and placed in either the bathroom or kitchen in case a guest is injured. Additionally, if you wish to have a security system or alarm, this would be the time to have one installed or make sure the current one is functioning.


  • Step 6: Landscape the Property


To turn your home into a vacation rental guests will love returning to, have your property beautifully landscaped. Trim the bushes and trees, replant if necessary and clean up leaves or weeds in the yard. An extra touch would be to plant flowers around the property, so it looks aesthetically pleasing like a five-star hotel.


  • Step 7: Wi-Fi


In this day and age, guests expect the home they are staying in to have Wi-Fi. You need to make sure the connection is strong, which may require adding an extender and/ or an additional router to the home. Include the Wi-Fi password with check-in materials or greeting documents to ensure they can log on easily.


  • Step 8: Check On the Rules and Regulations


Because you are turning your home into a vacation rental, this is can be construed as a business. You may need to apply for a business license with your county. Additionally, check on zoning laws, your community’s HOA laws, safety and health code regulations, or any rules and regulations applicable to your home, the neighborhood, or federal/ state laws.  


  • Step 9: Keep Records and Stock Up


In order to manage your finances and time, keep written record of items that were replaced, items that were purchased and what changes to the vacation home were made. Vacation rentals need to be consistently cleaned and maintained, more often than a personal home, due to the volume of tenants. It is also a good idea to stock up on household goods and supplies, such as light bulbs, hardware, filters, paper towels and toilet paper. You can never be too prepared!


  • Step 10: Hire a Property Manager and Cleaning Company


Everyone is busy, and maintaining a vacation rental full time can be a huge job! If you’re looking to reduce the stresses of taking care of your vacation rental, consider hiring a property manager. A responsible property manager will take over tasks such as preparing the home for listing, scheduling the rental calendar, greeting guests upon arrival, arranging the cleaning required between each tenant, maintaining the home and making sure the business is always running smoothly.


Aborn Powers has over 20 years of experience in caring for investments. Please contact us today if you have any questions at all, or would like to enlist our help turning your home into a vacation rental.


Preparing Properties for Summer: Your Maintenance Checklist

Brittany Kenyon - Wednesday, May 24, 2017


Summer is coming and as property owners, that means preparing and preventing your investment from damage caused by the hot sun and dry conditions. As experienced property managers, we at Aborn Powers are happy to share our handy summer maintenance checklist to help you protect your investment and keep your property looking beautiful throughout the hot season. Check out the list below!

 

Summer Property Maintenance Checklist


Exteriors

  • Replace cracked/ damaged glass in all windows and doors

  • Add weather stripping where necessary

  • Check seals on doors and windows

  • Clean and reseal outdoor concrete and wood

  • Look for rot or termites on wood floorboards, replace if necessary

  • Fix broken or loose railings

  • Have a professional inspect the structural support of porches, patios, decks, etc.

  • Inspect siding for any loose or missing panels

  • Repair wall joints and any minor cracks

  • Remove, sand and refinish deteriorating wood finishes

  • Touch up or repaint where necessary

  • Repair crumbling and damaged mortar

  • Replace any missing roof tiles or shingles

  • Repair damaged soffit panels

  • Clean and repair all gutters

  • Install gutter guards where necessary

 

A/C

  • Clean or replace your furnace or air-handler filters, such as when they begin to look clogged with dust

  • Clean the A/C condenser coils from leaves, yard debris and dirt

  • Clean and clear debris from the base of condenser

  • Clear the drain inside the condenser

  • Cut and remove weeds or plants that may obstruct airflow through the condenser unit

  • Check the coolant lines

  • Repair or replace any damaged pipe insulation

  • Replaced areas where the insulation is frayed or missing

  • Clean the supply vents and return grills from debris

  • Test the A/C unit:

    • Let unit dry thoroughly after cleaning

    • Turn the thermostat to OFF

    • Turn ON the power at the disconnect box

    • Turn ON the power at the main panel

    • Switch the thermostat to COOL and set temperature

 

Irrigation

  • Inspect sprinkler system and drip feeds for leaks, make repairs where necessary

  • Verify drip emitters are firmly in place

  • Check and repair sprinkler heads that are not working properly, such as spraying in the wrong area

  • Reconnect any hoses that were removed during the winter months

  • Adjust watering schedules

  • Make sure timers are properly working

  • Replace dead plants that did not make it through the winter season

 

 

Does this sound like a lot? Not to worry, with Aborn Powers as your property manager, we take care of all this and more.

 

If you have any questions on how to prepare your properties for the summer, please contact us today. With over 20 years of experience managing residential and commercial properties through all seasons, we treat your investments as if they are our own!

 

 

 

 

 



Cameron Park Thai House

Brittany Kenyon - Tuesday, May 16, 2017

We love seeing our tenants' businesses succeed! The Thai House in Cameron Park features delicious and fresh Thai food for lunch and dinner. Recently featured in the Sacramento Bee's series First Impressions.




"You can’t miss the huge flag out front, flapping in the wind along Cameron Park Drive, proclaiming “Thai Food.”
There’s a backstory: Building contractor Robert Adorjan of Rescue was in South Lake Tahoe on a three-year job when he began eating regularly at a Thai restaurant and got friendly with manager Kai Prasitchock. Eventually they became a couple. When Adorjan finished his project, he spent another year at the lake helping out at the restaurant. He and Prasitchock then moved to Rescue with the idea of opening a Thai restaurant, using her family recipes for the menu. They ended up renovating a space that once housed a Mexican restaurant and opened in late January.
Word of mouth spread throughout Cameron Park’s restaurant-hungry community. 'It’s grown way faster than we can keep up with,' Adorjan said on the phone later. 'We don’t have a walk-in cooler, so we shop every day, which is a positive for the freshness of the ingredients.'"

Visit the Thai House in Cameron Park for the best food and the most delightful atmosphere! 

Where: 3181 Cameron Park Drive, Cameron Park  Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays  Information: 530-350-8020

Water Damage Prevention: How to Check for Water Damage and Leaks

Brittany Kenyon - Tuesday, April 18, 2017


As a commercial property owner, it is always important to identify any potential issues or problems with your property as early as possible. Preventing water damage or leaks is essential before problems become an emergency repair your tenants are calling you about on Monday morning as they’re coming into work.


Water damage can be expensive and take time to repair, and unknown problems can lead to dangerous mold, issues with the structural integrity of the building, and ultimately impact the value of your property.  


Step one is always to follow a regular inspection routine. Maintaining the barrier between the elements and the interior of the property is the best way to keep the water where it belongs.


Prevent Problems Before They Start with Regular Maintenance

Regular maintenance is key, so create a schedule to inspect for water damage. Monthly reviews may be ideal, but check at least quarterly to ensure the property is in top operating shape. It is often useful to schedule a building check after a heavy storm for the best chance to catch potential leaks or water damage. Now would be a great time, after the spring rains and right before the season begins to warm up!

Key building elements to inspect

Building Exterior

Start your inspection with a walk around the building to check high-risk areas where the wall meets the ground and the surrounding areas of the building. Check building components that may interact with water or collect water in the winter months.

  • At-grade plumbing/drainage systems

  • Roof drain outlets/downspouts - ensure they’re clear of debris and directing water away from the building.

  • Check for any standing water and identify the source, (apart from potential issues of water leakage, standing water also poses the threat of mosquitoes as the weather starts to warm up.)

  • Major wall joints or exterior decorative elements


Roof

Head to the roof or attic space next, as it can be the first place rain or weather damage may show. Check carefully for:

  • Soft spots or missing tiles

  • Seals intact around HVAC systems, skylights, stack vents, or other potential openings

  • When inspecting from inside or below, do you see any daylight where it shouldn't be or water stain marks?

  • Check interior ceilings for soft or discolored ceiling tiles, and floors for water damage from above.


For flat roofs water maintenance is critical. Check for standing water, remove debris regularly and ensure that your drainage system is working properly.

Doors and Entrances

Check for water damage or discoloration on the door and floor around it. Seal integrity at bottom of a door is essential, whether it’s a regular entrance to an office or a roll-up door to a warehouse or garage space. Check that the door sits well into the frame and that all mechanical aspects are working well.

Windows

A commercial building can have more window space than anything else and it’s important to ensure they are doing their job properly. Do the windows open and shut tightly? Test locks, screens and mechanical elements. Signs of water damage can include:

  • Mold or moisture in corners

  • Discoloration inside or outside on sills or wall below

  • Cracked or broken panes of glass

  • Any “fogging” of windows

Restrooms and Break Rooms

Check carefully around water sources and connecting pipes. Inspect restroom toilets and sinks, floor drains, and any pipes leading into or away from the area for signs of problems.

  • Discoloration

  • Seal integrity

  • Loosening or cracking in the caulk. This could cause damage to the waterproof seal, allowing water to damage the walls or floor around the area.

Change Air Filters in AC / HVAC units

Inspect your HVAC units carefully, as well as interior filters or ducts. Dirty filters can force your unit to work harder, which can eventually lead to clogs, contamination or system malfunctions.

Water Heaters

Inspect the area around the water heater for any leaks or buildup on valves. You can also drain and flush your water heater tank once or twice a year to remove sediment and build up, which can make the unit less efficient and can clog drain or pipes. Follow specific instructions for your model/make of water heater, or hire a professional.

Basements

While they are not common in our area, basements offer their own potential for issues or unique conditions that should be inspected regularly. Check floor drains and systems for buildup or discoloration. Check for mold or moisture on walls, called effervescence, where moisture boils through the surface of the concrete and can be identified by flaking mortar or concrete. This can be one of the first indications of a landscaping or outdoor leak.


Have a plan for emergencies or major water damage, just in case.


Rapid response and preparedness are the most important aspects of being a good homeowner or property manager. Speed of response can be vital to getting your tenants back to normal operation as quickly as possible.


Work with building staff to have an emergency plan that includes:

  1. Making sure they know to contact their landlord or property management company ASAP.

  2. Shutting down the water supply lines quickly

  3. Safely shutting down electrical and gas if necessary

  4. Emergency numbers for response teams like fire and police, as well as specialists/companies that you may work with.

Listen to Tenants

Communicate regularly with tenants to establish a healthy relationship of trust and respect. Often they are the first line of defense or indicators of building problems. Survey the tenants when performing regular maintenance so they can easily report concerns or things they’ve noticed that may be potential problem sources.


Property maintenance and water damage prevention can be time-consuming and overwhelming, but it is essential to ensuring you get the best results from your investment. Please contact Aborn Powers if you have any questions about caring for your property. Remember, your investments are our priority.


Residential Apartment Video Tour in Sacramento

Brittany Kenyon - Friday, March 24, 2017
Take a tour of the residential apartment available on Bell Street in Sacramento, California. This property is managed by the Property Management & Tenant Placement Services of Aborn Powers. 


View the VideoTour on YouTube Now


Aborn Powers is a boutique commercial firm managing properties throughout California for over 20 years. While our expertise gives us the ability to take quick, efficient and decisive action when it comes to property concerns, our top priority is fixed on giving our renters and our home owners peace of mind that their investments are cared for and growing!


To learn more about this rental property or other available residential properties, visit our Residential Page today.

To see more commercial properties available from Aborn Powers, visit our Commercial Properties today. 

Spring Cleaning Tips For Your Property

Brittany Kenyon - Friday, March 24, 2017


Spring is here! Spring is here!


After a cold and sopping wet winter, I think we can all agree that we're happy about warmer weather and sunnier days. But with all of the positives of springtime comes a bit of added responsibility. (And no, we’re not talking about getting a tan!)


It’s spring cleaning time! In order for your investment to retain its value, you must ensure the property is well kept, and looking and functioning at its best. The spring season is the refreshing time period to do just that.


Here are Aborn Powers’ spring cleaning tips for your property.


Before Cleaning


Start with a walk through of the property


Before you begin cleaning, start by scanning the property for higher level issues. If you are using an external cleaning service, our recommendation is to walk through the property with them to assess what needs to be cleaned or fixed. The key here is to catch smaller issues before they become a financial disaster.


Make a list of high vs. low priority tasks


  • High priority tasks consists of all the cleaning and repairs that need to be done right away. These are the tasks that you’ve probably been thinking of all winter long, and they need to be taken care of this spring!


  • Low priority tasks are often more of a wish list, items that you would love to have done someday. Think carpet, paint, new roof, whole house fans, better windows or appliances.


This will get you on the right track of what to tackle first.


Spring Cleaning To-Do’s


Inspect the exterior. There could be damage or cracks on the roof or side of the building. Catch these issues before they become a big problem!


Check driveway, sidewalks, parking for cracks or sunken concrete. If you notice damage, it’s best to fix it soon as possible to avoid bigger problems. There are companies that can grind down concrete so it is no longer a trip hazard.


Check the fences around the property. Make fence repairs as needed.


Landscape the property. This depends on what the outside of your property looks like, but it will typically include trimming bushes and trees, replanting and cleaning up.


▢ Clear out the gutters. It’s time for all of the gunk and leaves to go.


▢ Assess the floors. Cold weather and rain can damage ground surfaces both inside and outside. Arrange cleaning and maintenance solutions that fit your flooring type. Professional grout cleaners can do wonders.


Deep clean the bathrooms. Bathrooms should always be cleaned regularly, but sometimes they need a thorough, deep clean!


▢ Clean the carpets. Cleaning the carpet in your property can remove stains, dirt and allergens, not to mention it will look better.


Dust/clean blinds and drapes. Get rid of the sneaky dust and allergens hiding here.


Inspect HVAC units. (Especially the AC before summer!) The last thing you want you or your tenants to have is a broken AC unit in the summer.


Replace air filters.


Check smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Replace batteries as needed.


Inspect all emergency and safety equipment. Check the status of fire extinguishers, security systems, alarms and more.



Other Helpful Tips


1. Stock up on items

  • Since you are in the cleaning mindset, it’s a perfect time to stock up on supplies your property needs. (Light bulbs, water filters, hardware, etc.)


2. Establish communication with your tenants

  • Communication is a key factor to having happy tenants. Set expectations and communicate with tenants so that they know what to do for the year to come.


3. Record what you did

  • Keep a record of everything you completed during spring cleaning. Come next year, looking back at your records will make it much easier to plan - both your finances and time.


The last piece of advice we have: When you have a clean and organized property, the people in that space will be happier and healthier. It’s a proven fact!


Here’s to an awesome springtime full of cleaning!


Aborn Powers has over 20 years of experience in caring for investments, which includes spring cleaning! We hope this has been a motivating article for you and your property.


Please contact us if you have any questions about caring for your property. Remember, we treat your investments as if they are our own.

New Real Estate Laws Property Owners Must Know - Free eBook

Brittany Kenyon - Wednesday, March 15, 2017

- Are you a property owner in California?

- Do you find yourself worrying about laws and regulations related to your property and tenants?

- Are you aware of the new laws that are in place for 2017?

Every year California puts new laws into place that affect you, the property owner. Some of these laws can be very detailed and the penalties may be very severe. Because we’ve owned and managed properties in California for over 20 years, we’ve stayed up to date and fully understand what these laws entail. To take it one step further, we created an eBook focused on six of the biggest new laws property owners must know. Plus it’s FREE to download!

Click here to download your free eBook now!

If you have any questions about the six laws featured or any of the other new real estate laws in 2017, please contact us. As property owners ourselves, we truly want to give our clients peace of mind when it comes to comprehending and complying with new laws.

Enjoy the eBook!

Aborn Powers to the Rescue! Our Top Service Calls of 2016

Brittany Kenyon - Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Here at Aborn Powers we try to make our tenants lives as easy as possible. We value our tenants and keep our lines of communication open at all times. Yes, whenever.


Since our lines of communication are always open—even on days where mother nature or neighbors are out of your control—we get a lot of valid requests. We’ve compiled some of our most useful and favorite service calls/requests from 2016 for your reading pleasure.


We think you’ll like them, and find them useful if they happen to you!

1. “There is an enormous amount of water falling from the sky. Our garage is starting to flood! Help!”

Service call: Flooding in garage

What to do: Obtain sandbags available at nearby fire stations. If emergency, remove items prone to water damage.

What NOT to do: Pull out the canoe and have the kids wait for the fun to begin.

Prevention tip: Monitor weather ahead of time so that you know when the heaviest storms are coming. Find out if you’re in a flood zone!


2. “The roof of our home is leaking! Please help us fix this before our home fills up with water completely!”

Service call: Roof leak

What to do: Submit an urgent maintenance request through tenant portal in Appfolio.

What NOT to do: Start digging a hole in your den to make room for the indoor swimming pool.

Prevention tip: Report signs of leakage ASAP to ensure leaks don’t get worse.


3. “Our washer and dryer have stopped working, and I need my favorite pants dried before work tomorrow. Please help!”

Service call: Washer and/or dryer not working

Here’s what to do: Submit maintenance request through tenant portal in Appfolio.

What NOT to do: Take this as an excuse to go on a shopping spree.

Prevention tip: Make sure not to overload washer. It will cause it to become out of balance.


4. “Our neighbors are treating our yard like a dumpster. Can you please help us in telling them to stop throwing trash in the landscaping? Thank you!”

Service call: Neighbors throwing trash in the landscaping

Here’s what to do: Report to property manager.

What NOT to do: Throw more trash into your neighbor’s yard to show them who’s in charge.

Prevention tip: Continue to show respect to your landscaping in hopes of encouraging other tenants to want to take better care of their space.


5. “Many branches are falling from the trees in our yard and we’re worried one might fall on our dog. We need help!”

Service call: Trim branches falling from trees

Here’s what to do: Submit an urgent maintenance request through tenant portal in Appfolio.

What NOT to do: Train your dog to be afraid of branches; that way he’ll avoid them.

Prevention tip: There’s not a ton you can do to change the tree’s mind when their limbs are ready to break. Start by looking for suspect branches.

6. “We think a squirrel is running around in our ducting vents. We get the squirrels just want to find a warm area when it’s cold, but vents are not the right area! Can you send someone to remove the squirrel please?”

Service call: Squirrels running around in the ducting vents

Here’s what to do: Submit maintenance request through tenant portal in Appfolio.

What NOT to do: Accept your new fluffy-tailed overlords.

Prevention tip: Similar to the trees, squirrels are going to be squirrels. There’s not much you can do to prevent rodents from entering, but you should remove them as soon as you know about it.


7. “It’s February 1st and rent is due. I forgot my password and need assistance getting in. Can you help me log in?”

Service call: Paying rent online and forgot login email/password

Here’s what to do: Submit a request to Appfolio support for assistance.

What NOT to do: Throw your computer out the window to teach it a lesson.

Prevention tip: The password conundrum is one we all face on a daily basis. The only preventative measure here is choosing a password you’ll remember, or using a password manager, such as LastPass.

Our goal is to operate behind the scenes, keeping disruptions to a minimum and making you feel truly as if your rental was your own, well-maintained and comfortable. But remember, we’re always there for you, whenever you need anything!

If reading this blog made you realize you actually have a maintenance request yourself, please let us know! The sooner the better.

Want to become one of our awesome tenants? Check out our available properties page—We love helping people find their perfect space.

El Dorado Hills Brewing Company

Brittany Kenyon - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Aborn Powers is excited to introduce EDH Brewing Company located at 875 Embarcadero Drive in El Dorado Hills, CA. EDH Brewing Company is a family-owned brewery ran by Dennis and Anessa Dovala. They take pride in offering an excellent dining experience using a menu that’s created using as much locally sourced produce and sustainable ingredients as possible!

How did you get the background and skills necessary to run this type of business?

Dennis, the brew master, had been home brewing for 25 years. Dennis & Anessa dealt in the customer service industries for years. Anessa has a degree in communications & marketing.


What service(s) or product(s) do you offer/manufacture?

We manufacture great craft beer. Specializing in English & German Ales, we also do a variety of IPA’s.  We sell it in local supermarkets & restaurants. Out of our tasting room, we offer a small variety of pub foods & local wines. We also offer sodas & sometimes make our own root beer.


How long have you been in business and how long have you been at your current location?

We have been in business & at our current location since September 2015.


What is unique about your business?

We do not offer overly hoppy beer. All of our beers are well balanced. Our tasting room offers affordable & delicious foods.  Both appetizers & meals are offered. We are family friendly. We have games for all ages.  Dogs are allowed on our patio & offered a dog treat. Our fresh popcorn & bottled water is complimentary for paying customers.


Why do your customers select you over your competitors?

Comfortable atmosphere, friendly staff & well-balanced beers are just a few reasons. Plus we offer a larger space where families can grab a bite to eat or just hang out & play games.


How do you hope to grow your business?

We hope to grow the business by introducing more people in the community to our tasty, fresh craft beers & our delicious food.


How many employees do you currently have?

Right now, we have 2 employees, but we hope to have more in the future.

Pro-Line Cleaning Services

Brittany Kenyon - Thursday, December 08, 2016

Pro-Line CleaningWe here at Aborn Powers are excited to introduce Pro-Line Cleaning Services located at 6100 Enterprise Drive, Unit F, Diamond Springs. Pro-Line is a family operated business that has been servicing El Dorado County and surrounding areas since 1987. As a business they aim to achieve a sweet spot between quality and affordability. The price you pay includes all of the necessary things to do a good job. Pro-Line’s goal is to provide an exceptional level of cleaning, every time. They want every client to feel satisfied with the results of their work. Please take a moment to read what Paul, the owner, has to say about his business

What service(s) or product(s) do you offer/manufacture?
We specialize in residential and commercial cleaning services. We provide carpet cleaning, tile cleaning & sealing, upholstery cleaning and water damage restoration to both residential and commercial clients, as well as janitorial services for our commercial clients.

Is social media a large part of advertising your business?
Being in a semi-rural area, social media is slowly catching on. We anticipate it to grow more and in preparation we have a full suite of social media accounts and promote our services, as well as weekly blog posts, interesting articles, DIY projects, and maintenance tips.

To what do you attribute your success?
Our success is due to a strong set of standards, both in customer service and in the quality of our work. In addition to that, we also owe much of our success to our hard-working employees.

What made you choose your current location?
We chose our current location due to the clean, professional looking façade. It’s a nice-looking building with ample parking and it’s quiet. One of the nicest buildings in the area.

What are your responsibilities as the business owner?
My responsibilities are to make sure the company overall runs smoothly, enforce our quality standards, and explore new opportunities whether it’s a potential new service or a better, more innovative method.


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