Do You Know who is Responsible for Your A/C?
In South Florida, a lot of residents live in condominiums and
high rises. Incidentally, the units within these buildings have
owners (either the tenants or a landlord) and a homeowner's
association, or HOA. Recently the Sun Sentinel answered a vital
question that you may see yourself facing one day ¯in the
aftermath of a disaster, such as a fire, is the association
responsible for replacing a damaged air conditioning unit?
Specifically, the owner takes some responsibility, and the
association takes some as well. Unit owners will be responsible
for unfinished drywall around the unit, therefore also holding
responsibility for the interior
of the unit. However, the association is responsible for
repairing drywall damages and common elements outside of
the unit. Adjusters will determine who is responsible after
assessing the damage. Ditto for duct work.
If you've got air conditioner problems, either related to a
fire or other disaster or just out of the blue, then be sure to
South Florida air
conditioner repair experts at Edd Helms. Our team is
dedicated to achieving same day repair and getting you back to a
state of comfort as soon as possible. Call today!