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By CondoAssociation.com • October 31, 2017

Condo owner pays twice to remove old water heater

Hey guys, I have been a subscriber here for some time, and now I have a question maybe you all can please help me with! The situation is this: a co-owner had their water heater replaced, and the plumber left the old unit outside of their unit. These are quad buildings, with 4 townhouse-style units per building,each with 2 floors and basement, front porch, and some have decks. The co-owner had pre-paid the contractor to remove the old heater, but when they returned a few days later to haul it away, found that a board member had summarily had our trash person haul it away, and billed the owner to do this. The owner was not notified or given the chance to have it removed themselves. I am also on the Board and feel that the owner should have had the courtesy of a letter, phone call, or even knock on the door, saying "hey, please remove this old water heater or else the association will do so and bill you". Naturally the owner is upset and I am working with her to resolve this.

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