FPM Maintenance Call Process
Here’s a simplified explanation of what happens with your maintenance request(s) in 4 steps!
- What We Need from You:
- Resident Name, Email & Best Phone #
- Address (with Zip)
- Nature of Problem (Emergency/Non-Emergency)
- Emergency: No water, major water leak, no hot water, sewer back up in home, broken window/door/lock, gas leak, electrical appliance failure, smoke detector failure
- Troubleshooting completed, if any (SEE NEXT)
- Garbage disposal: Tried reset button?
- A/C: Filter clean? Bleach used in drain line? Frozen (shut off 45 minutes)?
- Water Heater: Breaker switch? Type (gas—service set up?)
- Garage Door: Sensors blocked?
- Electrical: Breaker switch?
- Sink/Tub Back up: Plunger?
- Oven: Burners plugged in? Breaker switch?
- Refrigerator: Breaker switch? Leak or not cooling?
- What We Have to Do (Non-Emergency):
- Research Work Order/Repair History Research Any Home Warranty
- Research Any Owner Designated Resources?
- Alert Owner if a potential serious issue
- Identify/verify availability & dispatch the best vendor for the situation
- Contact FPM Maintenance via EMAIL:
- If a vendor has not contacted you within 48 hours of request
- Once you have secured a scheduled time with a vendor (recommended best practice as vendors will charge a trip charge if they schedule with you and arrive at property and can’t gain access)
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