Maintenance Department






The Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining and up keeping of the Towers’
facilities. The following are some of the services provided to the residents at the Towers’:

 

UNIT OWNERS A/C

– Diagnose but not treat A/C units

– Replace a/c hoses when needed

– Replace a/c filters  

– Replace a/c water valves

– A/C exhaust fan troubleshooting

 

APPLIANCES  

– Unclog washing machine trap

 

ELECTRICAL WORK IN APARTMENTS 

– Replacement of light bulbs

– Replacement of fuses in bathroom and kitchen ceiling lights

– Replacement of ballast

– Replacement of ceiling panels

 

ELECTRICAL 

– Diagnose but not cure jobs that require a permit

– Check and reset breakers

 

PLUMBING TO UNITS

– Change toilet tank parts such as: flapper, washers, triple seals and flush
   vales. (This applies only to original toilets. For different models, resident
   may need to supply parts)

– Garbage disposal diagnose but not replaced

– Unclog sink in both kitchen and bathrooms also toilets, there will be a
   charge every time they are reported

– Replacement of supply tubes to sinks and toilets

– Dish washer to disposal connector and reset

 

PLUMBING

– It is recommended that toilets more than 15 years old be changed for new  ones.

– Diagnose but not cure jobs requiring permits

– Main stack stoppage

– Dirt in plumbing fixtures due to main riser shutdown for building reason

 

BALCONIES, GLASS DOORS AND WINDOWS 

– All repairs to balcony walls, ceiling, post, rails, inserts and repaint 
  when repairs are done

– Repair of glass doors and replacement of glass, weather stripping,
   track, wheels, lock and handle

– Balance rods in windows

– Broken glass in windows

– Weather stripping in windows

 

CARPENTRY  

– Front door repair or replacement

– Kitchen hallway door repair or replacement

 

PAINT

– Outside of kitchen door

– Outside of front door

– Balcony

 

KEYS AND LOCKS CHARGE

 – Mail box lock

– Common area key

 

HURRICANE SHUTTERS

– Complete maintenance, repairs or replacements

– Shutters are inspected once a year prior to hurricane season in order to 
   fix or correct any malfunction. Unit owners are encouraged to report any
   noticeable problem with their shutters to the maintenance department.