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A Festive Season Can Lead to a Busy Fire Season

Landport 10 Holiday Safety Tips

Landlords & tenants alike can avoid work spaces or living spaces from going up in flames with these 10 easy safety tips! With the holiday season in full swing across the United States and fire season even more prevalent here in California, it’s time to take a moment and ensure all fire & safety prevention…

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The Summer Essentials of Preventative Maintenance

Managing Property Management Orders

Maintenance tasks prevent an influx of maintenance orders. As we roll into August, which represents the tail end of summer and the hottest part of the year, there are a few maintenance items that you should keep in mind to make sure that your properties are running at peak performance. As the property maintenance orders…

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Keep Winter Pests Out of Your Buildings

Prevent unwanted house guests in your buildings over winter! Many critters seek to find food and shelter over the winter as the weather turns cooler and the food sources become scarce. As it turns out, the prime location to fulfil all of their needs is your building! Whether it’s the lobby, basement garage, attic, or…

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Are You Using The Right Paint?

Consider these factors when choosing the right paint. Paint is often taken for granted by facility managers and tenants until it starts to peel or crack. Even when it does start to fail, the most common remedy for the situation is usually the fastest and the cheapest. Knowing what paint will work best in which…

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How To Get Your Tenants Excited About Your Workflow Portal

Advice For Property Managers Web-based property management software, such as that provided by Landport Systems, is the easiest and most effective way to make sure that your property is as efficient as possible. However, many people are hesitant to embrace web-based systems. There are many ways that you can encourage all of your tenants to…

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How to Plan Your Next Hazard Assessment

Hazard Assessment Tips As a facility manager, safety should be one of your top priorities. You are responsible for the well-being and safety of everyone in the building, whether they are tenants or staff. The first step in making sure that your property is safe is identifying all potentially dangerous situations. Keep these tips in…

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Saving Time and Money With Property Management

Property Management 101 You have probably heard the expression “time is money,” and if you own a property, you probably know just how true it is. When looking for the right property management company to help your property run smoothly, it is important to keep in mind that not every company is built the same,…

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Start The New Year Off Right With These Tips

New Year Facility Manager Resolutions As 2015 kicks off, it is the perfect time to make resolutions that can help benefit your professional life. As a facility manager, both employees and tenants look to you to fix any issues that arise. Keep these resolutions in mind to ensure that you are able to excel at…

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Chiller Maintenance 101

How often do you think about your chillers? If you are like most facility or property managers, it is probably not on the top of your list of daily priorities. However, keeping your chillers well maintained can help to ensure they are working properly and keeping your buildings cool. Improper or inconsistent maintenance can result…

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