How to Get Rid of Household-Installed Appliances

How to Get Rid of Household-Installed Appliances



Many units, especially older ones, aren’t set up to handle washing machines, dryers, and other large appliances. But even if your units don’t have hookups or the capacity to handle these appliances, some residents may still bring in portable units and connect them to the electrical outlets and plumbing fixtures. These machines can cause power failures, sewage backups, floods, and hot- and cold-water surges that can affect other residents at your tax credit site. They can also run up your water and electricity bills if you pay for residents’ utilities yourself.

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