It’s Colorado Springs Sprinkler Blowout Time

October 11, 2018
About property management , Property Maintenance , Seasonal

It’s fall in Colorado Springs. Snow is falling, and temperatures are plummeting. We want to keep those pipes from freezing. If you have a sprinkler system, it’s time to blow it out, so icing over doesn’t burst those pipes.

Can you say expensive? You don’t want to have to pay to fix your sprinkler system or clean up flooding from burst pipes. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!

With All County, the residents must have their sprinkler system winterized by a professional service before November 1st. Do this now! Vendors get booked quickly.

Provide Us With Your Receipt

Please provide us a copy of your receipt (No later than November 1st, 2018) by:

  • Drop off in office Monday – Friday between 9:00 AM and 4:30 PM
  • Email to: with subject line Sprinkler
    Receipt (your address)
  • Fax: 719-445-6252
  • US Mail to: All County Colorado Springs, 5030 Edison Avenue
    Suite 150. Colorado Springs, CO 80915

NOTE: After November 1st, if All County has not received notification of Winterization, we will send a vendor to the property to complete this very important task at the Tenant’s expense.

Winterize Your Furnace

There are other things in your home you should also check to make sure your family stays warm and dry this winter. If you have any questions or would like a vendor recommendation for you furnace, do not hesitate to give us a call! We are here to help.

  • Check your furnace
  • Change our furnace filters
  • Change out furnace hoses

Taking a Winter Vacation?

If you should decide to take an extended trip away from the home we recommend setting the thermostat no lower than 62 degrees, though we normally keep our vacant homes in the winter set closer to 65.

Do you have anyone that can come check on the home while you are away? If not, we can arrange to put you on our scheduled vacancy check list with a minimal charge of $25. In the winter months we watch the weather very closely, if the weather is projected to drop drastically in temperature we will go to each vacant home that day. We check to ensure the furnace is kicking on and working, check piping under sinks and open the cabinet doors to make sure the heat circulates and keeps pipes warm.

Have any questions, or need some help winterizing your rental home? Call All County today at: (719) 445-7172. We care about the comfort of you and your family!

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