The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations

E3: Many Flooring Options

December 05, 2019 Kassandra Taggart / Scott Turknett
The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations
E3: Many Flooring Options
Chapters
00:00:00
Introduction
00:00:34
Introduction to speaker: Scott with Pioneer Floorcare: Family Owned Business and enjoy helping others
00:02:00
Believe companies cultures start with the Business Owner.
00:04:00
Setting realistic expectations is needed in any business.
00:05:10
You are marring a tenant for 1 year, so you want it to start on the right foot.
00:05:30
Story of a TLA member had 2’’ water on the floor. The strategy on how it was dried out. How it saved the landlord on not having to do drywall / paint repair.
00:07:29
What goes through the mind of a landlord when a leak happens
00:08:56
Question? When do you know you can do it yourself with a shopvac.
00:09:30
Example if you were to paint yourself vs using a neighborhood kid
00:11:00
Sometimes landlords are tight on funds so we have to provide options to fit in the budget.
00:12:10
Story about a landlord that tried to use RugDoctor themselves to save money.
00:12:28
Condition you give it is the expectations of the condition you’ll receive it in.
00:13:30
There is a time and place to be cheap
00:15:34
Forum Question about clean or replace flooring as they are moving back into the property in the future.
00:17:27
Carpet stretching is important and why
00:31:37
Smoking in unit damage
00:33:00
Painting walls for the smoke damage
00:33:27
Flooring smells; smoke bomb as an option
00:34:33
Equipment that reuses water
00:35:00
Water in septic systems
00:37:00
Municipality of Anchorage changed the policy about septic system
00:38:00
Story about a landlord that had a full failure and what happened to the lease
00:39:15
Landlord Question: Toilet Overflow/Leak
00:39:50
Types of water classifications
00:43:00
Story of a landlord that had mushroom in the carpet from a tenant not reporting and landlord opted out of inspection
00:45:15
Having vendor also report issues with the property or tenant.
00:45:50
Scott personal story of what happened during the big Alaska Earthquake
00:51:09
Using a tenant to complete the repairs on a rental
00:57:00
Using craigs vendor vs a professional
00:58:23
Closing statement
The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations
E3: Many Flooring Options
Dec 05, 2019
Kassandra Taggart / Scott Turknett

Title:
Many Flooring Options - Leverage vendors to solve daily flooring challenges.
Summary:
In this episode, the many different options on how to solve flooring problems.  Many landlords forget that good vendors do refer to other good vendors in order to solve the vast array of flooring issues that landlords face daily.  Knowing the options will help Landlords be more profitable!
Host:
Kassandra Taggart / Scott Turknett
Links:
The Landlord's Almanac
Facebook Page
Website
Property Management
Donations
Sponsor the club
Book: Pain or Profit
Sponsor the next show:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x1VXOZPOYBXzA3hTvA0h5WjdiCrLpKuM/view
Sponsor:
Pioneer Floorcare
Real Property Management Last Frontier
Show Notes:
Introduction

.34  Introduction to speaker: Scott with Pioneer Floorcare: Family Owned Business and enjoy helping others

2:00  Believe companies cultures start with the Business Owner.  

4:00 Setting realistic expectations is needed in any business.

5:10 You are marring a tenant for 1 year, so you want it to start on the right foot.

5:30 Story of a TLA member had 2’’ water on the floor. The strategy on how it was dried out. How it saved the landlord on not having to do drywall / paint repair.

7:29  What goes through the mind of a landlord when a leak happens

8:56 Question? When do you know you can do it yourself with a shopvac.

9:30 Example if you were to paint yourself vs using a neighborhood kid.

11:00 Sometimes landlords are tight on funds so we have to provide options to fit in the budget.

12:10 Story about a landlord that tried to use RugDoctor themselves to save money.

12:28 Condition you give it is the expectations of the condition you’ll receive it in.

13:30 There is a time and place to be cheap

15:34: Forum Question about clean or replace flooring as they are moving back into the property in the future.

17:27: Carpet stretching is important and why

31:46 Smoking in unit damage

33:00 Painting walls for the smoke damage

33:28 Flooring smells; smoke bomb as an option

34:30 Equipment that reuses water

35:00 Water in septic systems

37:00 Municipality of Anchorage changed the policy about septic system

38:00 Story about a landlord that had a full failure and what happened to the lease

39:00 Landlord Question: Toilet Overflow/Leak

39:50 Types of water classifications

43:00 Story of a landlord that had mushroom in the carpet from a tenant not reporting and landlord opted out of the inspection

45:00 Having the vendor also report issues with the property or tenant.

45:50 Scott personal story of what happened during the big Alaska Earthquake

51.50 Using a tenant to complete the repairs on a rental

57:00 Using Craigs vendor vs a professional

Kassandra

Support the show (https://www.thelandlordsalmanac.com/clients/donations/)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Title:
Many Flooring Options - Leverage vendors to solve daily flooring challenges.
Summary:
In this episode, the many different options on how to solve flooring problems.  Many landlords forget that good vendors do refer to other good vendors in order to solve the vast array of flooring issues that landlords face daily.  Knowing the options will help Landlords be more profitable!
Host:
Kassandra Taggart / Scott Turknett
Links:
The Landlord's Almanac
Facebook Page
Website
Property Management
Donations
Sponsor the club
Book: Pain or Profit
Sponsor the next show:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x1VXOZPOYBXzA3hTvA0h5WjdiCrLpKuM/view
Sponsor:
Pioneer Floorcare
Real Property Management Last Frontier
Show Notes:
Introduction

.34  Introduction to speaker: Scott with Pioneer Floorcare: Family Owned Business and enjoy helping others

2:00  Believe companies cultures start with the Business Owner.  

4:00 Setting realistic expectations is needed in any business.

5:10 You are marring a tenant for 1 year, so you want it to start on the right foot.

5:30 Story of a TLA member had 2’’ water on the floor. The strategy on how it was dried out. How it saved the landlord on not having to do drywall / paint repair.

7:29  What goes through the mind of a landlord when a leak happens

8:56 Question? When do you know you can do it yourself with a shopvac.

9:30 Example if you were to paint yourself vs using a neighborhood kid.

11:00 Sometimes landlords are tight on funds so we have to provide options to fit in the budget.

12:10 Story about a landlord that tried to use RugDoctor themselves to save money.

12:28 Condition you give it is the expectations of the condition you’ll receive it in.

13:30 There is a time and place to be cheap

15:34: Forum Question about clean or replace flooring as they are moving back into the property in the future.

17:27: Carpet stretching is important and why

31:46 Smoking in unit damage

33:00 Painting walls for the smoke damage

33:28 Flooring smells; smoke bomb as an option

34:30 Equipment that reuses water

35:00 Water in septic systems

37:00 Municipality of Anchorage changed the policy about septic system

38:00 Story about a landlord that had a full failure and what happened to the lease

39:00 Landlord Question: Toilet Overflow/Leak

39:50 Types of water classifications

43:00 Story of a landlord that had mushroom in the carpet from a tenant not reporting and landlord opted out of the inspection

45:00 Having the vendor also report issues with the property or tenant.

45:50 Scott personal story of what happened during the big Alaska Earthquake

51.50 Using a tenant to complete the repairs on a rental

57:00 Using Craigs vendor vs a professional

Kassandra

Support the show (https://www.thelandlordsalmanac.com/clients/donations/)

Introduction
Introduction to speaker: Scott with Pioneer Floorcare: Family Owned Business and enjoy helping others
Believe companies cultures start with the Business Owner.
Setting realistic expectations is needed in any business.
You are marring a tenant for 1 year, so you want it to start on the right foot.
Story of a TLA member had 2’’ water on the floor. The strategy on how it was dried out. How it saved the landlord on not having to do drywall / paint repair.
What goes through the mind of a landlord when a leak happens
Question? When do you know you can do it yourself with a shopvac.
Example if you were to paint yourself vs using a neighborhood kid
Sometimes landlords are tight on funds so we have to provide options to fit in the budget.
Story about a landlord that tried to use RugDoctor themselves to save money.
Condition you give it is the expectations of the condition you’ll receive it in.
There is a time and place to be cheap
Forum Question about clean or replace flooring as they are moving back into the property in the future.
Carpet stretching is important and why
Smoking in unit damage
Painting walls for the smoke damage
Flooring smells; smoke bomb as an option
Equipment that reuses water
Water in septic systems
Municipality of Anchorage changed the policy about septic system
Story about a landlord that had a full failure and what happened to the lease
Landlord Question: Toilet Overflow/Leak
Types of water classifications
Story of a landlord that had mushroom in the carpet from a tenant not reporting and landlord opted out of inspection
Having vendor also report issues with the property or tenant.
Scott personal story of what happened during the big Alaska Earthquake
Using a tenant to complete the repairs on a rental
Using craigs vendor vs a professional
Closing statement