Spring Ahead: 6 Things to Look for on Your Spring Property Walk-through

In Wisconsin, we’re still in the rainy season, but those sunshine-filled days are just around the corner. April and May are an excellent time to conduct a walk-around of your property to look for damages that may have occurred over the winter. It’s also a good time to make sure that all owners are in compliance with the governing documents. Doing these regularly and keeping good notes will help you plan for the future. Bring your fellow board members, property manager, your landscaping or architectural committee and even your landscaper if you can. If your property is large, be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes! If your building is high or mid-rise style, you should conduct a walk-around of the common area hallways, community rooms, and so on as well. Here are some things to watch for:   Read More……


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