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The Wrong Way to Install Siding on Your Charleston Rental

by Albert Fontenot April 21, 2015 Last week, we discussed the pros and cons of painting versus installing siding on the exterior of your Charleston rental property. Independent landlords who have no immediate plans to resell the property and who instead have their eye on long-term cost-effectiveness typically choose siding because of the one-time investment. […]

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Should You Paint or Put Siding on Your Rental Property In Charleston? Part 2

Part 2: The Pros and Cons of Siding By Albert Fontenot April 16, 2015 In the last blog, we discussed the pros and cons of painting your rental property in Charleston. Now, we’re going to talk about the other option – installing siding. This is part of an ongoing series of entries discussing exterior maintenance […]

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Your Charleston Rental Property and Mold, Part Two – Clean Up

by Albert Fontenot February 10, 2015 In the last entry, I gave you some information about your Charleston rental property and mold – specifically, what “toxic mold” is, what causes it, and the hazards that it produces, both for the health of your tenants and for your exposure to civil liability. Hopefully, when you inspect […]

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Your Charleston Rental Property and Mold, Part 1

by Albert Fontenot February 5, 2015 For the most part, winter is over here in South Carolina. Within just a few short weeks, spring will be here, and it will be time to start inspecting your Charleston rental property (or properties) for any damage or problems that occurred during the cold weather. One issue that […]

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