Water in Your Condominium Unit? What Every Co-owner and Assn. Should Know

From personal experience, water intrusion in a condominium unit can be one of the most frustrating and unpleasant experiences a Co-owner may ever experience. Often, a Co-owner does not know what to do, who to call, whether insurance will cover the loss and what responsibilities the Co-owner and the Association may have. This article explores some common issues that may arise due to a sump pump failure, a burst water pipe, sewage backup, a water heater rupture, a leaking roof or a dripping wall and some practical recommendations on what to do.    Read the article…………….


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