1. If you have a gas forced furnace, you are
required to purchase and change your filter every
2. Please change the batteries in your smoke
detectors and Carbon monoxide detectors at
least every 6-months. At no time is the tenant
to remove the carbon monoxide detectors or
smoke detectors and is not to leave them
without batteries. If tenant finds a detector is
not working, they are to notify management
3. If your furnace stops working in the cold months
or at anytime any the plumbing will not turn off
and is leaking badly, this would be considered an
after hours emergency. Please page: 970-690-6537.
If you do not receive a call back within 15 minutes,
please follow the directions on the emergency list
provided to you at the time you moved in.
(I have attached a copy of the emergency list for
both Colorado and Wyoming tenants)
Emergencies consist of: Large water leak that can’t
be stopped. Hot water heater “blowing”. No heat in
the winter months. A/C issues are NOT an
4. Tenants are responsible for mowing, trimming,
weed/fertilizing and watering their yards enough to
maintain a healthy appearance. Mowing should be
at least 1 x per week. Trimming at least 2 x per
month. Fertilizing and weed control should be
done as needed. Watering at least 2 x per week for
at least 20 minutes per area. Tenants are
responsible for maintaining weeds in the lawn,
rocks, sidewalks and driveways.
5. Snow is to be shoveled within 24 hours of the
snow stopping. Snow should be removed from one
end of the property to the other and the front
walk. Tenants will be held responsible if the City
issues a ticket for non-compliance.
6. All pets in units (if allowed) must stay current on
their rabies shot and their licenses. This
information must be updated with the office.
7. Tenants are responsible for cleaning and
professionally shampooing their units when
their lease term is up. I have attached a
cleaning list to assist you.
8. A tenant must give a 45-notice in writing if they
intend to vacate their lease at the time it is going to
9. Management reserves the right to offer
renewals on any and all leases. Management
reserves the right to inspect the properties prior to
10. Tenants are to follow all county, city and state
regulations regarding the unit.
11. Garbage disposals are only to catch missed
food items. Please remember to scrape your
dishes into the trash prior to placing them in the
sink. Do NOT put grease, rice or egg shells down
12. A tenant will be held responsible for payment
of any service calls performed due to tenant’s
misuse of property or appliances.
13. Battery and light bulb replacement inside and
out are the responsibility of the tenant. Please
never use higher than a 60-watt bulb in any fixture.
14. Tenants are to remove all hoses from
exterior faucets prior to ANY cold weather and
must keep them disconnected except when in
use until after the “freezing” months have
passed. If damage occurs due to hoses not
being disconnected, tenant will be held
responsible for the cost of the repair.
15. Do not flush anything but toilet paper down the
toilets. If there is a back-up and the plumber finds
items in the sewer line, you could be held for the
cost of the service/repair.
16. Tenant is to keep downspout extensions down,
attached and facing away from the house at all
times. Tenant is to also notify management if at
any time water is collecting up against the
17. A/C is never to be set lower than 68 at night
time and never lower than 72 during the day to
help system from freezing.
18. Exhaust fans in the bathroom (s) must be kept
cleaned. You are responsible for removing the
cover and wiping out the fan and the cover. If
moisture builds up on the walls/ceilings due to the
fan not being kept clean and free of debris/dust,
you could be held liable for the cost to paint the
19. If you as a tenant request a service contractor
to look at any other concern other than what was
discussed and without management’s knowledge,
you will be responsible for that cost of time and
possible repair. ALWAYS schedule and discuss
repair concerns with management first.
20. Office hours are Monday through Friday,
8:30am to 4:40pm. The office is closed on all
21. Facilities Unlimited urges you to secure rental
insurance. Facilities unlimited, employees or
property owners are not responsible for tenant’s
personal property at any time.
If you are interested in one of our rentals, please
click on the icons below, Rental Application and the
Verification of Landlord.
You will need to complete both and return them by
email, fax or mail. Our applications are ran as they
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rental application fee applies.
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