Ventilation and windows
You can help keep your suite looking good and feeling comfortable! Suites are not heated by forced air furnaces and the stoves do not have hood fans so there is minimal indoor air circulation.
Please ventilate your suite by opening a window for a few minutes every day — and please open your bathroom window after each bath or shower.
Opening a window will prevent humidity build-up and condensation, and will prevent doors from swelling.
All bathroom windows are covered with a plastic curtain (supplied by landlord) to avoid water damage to the inside wooden sill and the outside walls. If you do not use your plastic curtain, your security deposit will be reduced by the cost of the necessary repairs when you leave Strathearn Heights.
Any damage to windows or screens due to carelessness or recklessness is the responsibility of the tenant. Should this occur, you may have them repaired at your own expense or call us to have them repaired or replaced for you for a charge.
In your storage shed or indoor storage space you will find a storm window and a screen for the back door. The screen will help keep your suite cool in the summer, and the storm window will give you extra protection in cold weather.
Please do not dispose of the window frame if the glass breaks; call us to have it repaired.
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