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Who Is Responsible for Leaks in Condo and Multifamily Buildings?

Who Is Responsible for Leaks?

Who Is Responsible For Piping System Leaks In Your Building? When leaks occur, the first instinct (after damage control) is to ask who’s to blame or who is responsible. Like many aspects of managing a condominium or apartment building, determining who is responsible for repairing a broken or failing piping...

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What does Simply Smarter Pipe Replacement actually look like?

A behind-the-scenes view of a SageWater Repipe. Failing pipes in your community is stressful enough. The repipe process doesn’t have to be. Certainly, replacing a failing piping system without displacing residents is no easy task. But SageWater has exclusively been replacing aged and defective piping in occupied buildings since...

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Myths About DIY High-Rise Plumbing Repairs

DIY Pipe Replacement: More Hassle (and Cost) Than It’s Worth

Though it’s often feared, pipe replacement is an inevitable scenario for multi-family communities. Whether your building’s piping system has reached the end of its useful life or there are faulty materials causing failures around the property, there’s simply no way to ignore leaks. And while it may be tempting...

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Proactive Pipe Maintenance

Embrace Proactive Pipe Maintenance This Spring

While most pipe materials are designed to last as many as 30 to 50 years, many factors can influence that lifespan, including the quality of the water running within. Much like other systems within your building, the performance and longevity of your piping system also relies on proper maintenance....

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Plumbing Systems Past, Present, and Future

Sometimes, in order to see where you are going, it helps to look back at where you have been. Such is the case with the future of plumbing, whose meandering history provides intrinsic insights as to where we may be headed. Plumbing originated in ancient civilizations including Greek, Roman, and...

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Capital Improvement Projects Are Worth the Investment

Capital Improvement Projects Are Worth the Investment

Does The Idea Of A Capital Improvement Project For Your Community Give You Anxiety? Properties may be reluctant to undertake large capital improvement projects because they are unsure where to start or whether they will see a return on investment. Prioritizing projects at your community can be tricky. Is it...

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Change The Way You Look At A Plumbing Leak In 4 Easy Steps

Let’s face it, as the General Manager of a condo community, you have a VERY busy job. Unit 1203 already called twice this morning due to a funny smell in the hallway, the painting contractor has parked illegally blocking a resident trying to leave, and someone forgot to clean-up...

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