Condo Q&A: Whoa there, repairman! You can’t just come waltzing in like that

Q. Recently a repairman entered our condo unit after two short knocks on the door, without even identifying himself. It scared me when I heard the door being unlocked and then opened. My husband and I were having our afternoon nap as we are well over 80 years old. I complained to the president of the corporation, who saw nothing wrong with the incident since we had requested that someone come to investigate our water crossover in the kitchen. I have concerns about people just walking in on us when we are not expecting it.   Read the Q&A……….


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