If you have a water leak, here are some steps you can take to minimize the damage to your home and belongings.
-Shut off water to the appliance/sink/toilette that's leaking. If that isn\'t possible, shut off your home's main water supply.
-If water is near electrical outlets, turn off the electricity at your fuse/breaker box.
-Call 713-701-7719 or 512-900-8386 to report the leak & submit a repair request.
-If you don't need to turn off electricity, turn on fans to start drying out wet areas.
-If water is leaking from a ceiling, place a bucket under the leak.
-Use towels or mops to soak up as much water as possible, to prevent further damage.
-Move belongings to a dry area.
-Put blocks under furniture to raise it up off a wet floor.
Instructions for Recognizing a Natural Gas Leak.
INSIDE your home or building:
Step 1: Leave immediately on foot! Do not use electric switches, telephones (including cell phones) or anything that could cause a spark.
Step 2: Go directly to a safe location and call both your gas company and 911. Do not use e-mail or the Internet to contact the company about a leak, and never assume someone else has reported the leak.
Step 3: Alert your neighbors. Most gas companies check suspected natural gas leaks at no cost to you.
Step 4: Never try to repair a natural gas leak yourself. Leave all repairs to a trained technician.
OUTSIDE your home or building:
Step 1: Leave immediately on foot! Do not use electric switches, telephones (including cell phones) or anything that could cause a spark. Move in an upwind direction away from the leak or vapor cloud and maintain a safe distance.
Step 2: Go directly to a safe location and call both your gas company and 911.
Step 3: Warn others to stay away from the leak. Abandon any equipment being used in or near the area.
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Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your rental home address and indicate you would like to renew/extend your lease. We will send your request to the Owner. Once we receive a reply from the Owner we will let you know if the owner is willing to renew/extend the lease and any changes in the terms of the lease.
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Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We are not open on the weekend.
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Please read your lease to determine the acceptable methods of paying rent. If your lease requires electronic payment, please use the Tenant Portal to pay rent. If you need Green Residential to send you an activation link to set up your online tenant portal, please email email@example.com and request that a tenant portal activation link be sent to you. If your lease allows you to pay via check, cashier\'s check, or money order, please make sure that payment is delivered to our office address within the time period allowed in your lease. Our office address and business hours are indicated in another question on this page.
If the lockbox has not been removed from your door within 7 days of you moving in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request the latch code to remove the lockbox. Please store the lockbox so that it can be used in the future for repair or maintenance requests.
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