6 Takeaways from AAMD's Recent Maintenance Mania Event

6 Takeaways from AAMD's Recent Maintenance Mania Event

May 12, 2022
On April 20th, the Colorado Complete Inspections team participated in Colorado Maintenance Mania hosted by the Apartment Association of Metro Denver. This annual gathering brought together maintenance workers, property managers, and industry vendors from across the multi-family real estate sector in Colorado. Here are some of our team’s key takeaways from this fun and educational event.
Key Takeaways
1) Multi-Family Industry Is Buzzing -- After several years of Covid-influenced restraint, this year’s Maintenance Mania was full of energy and excitement. Over 1500 attendees from across the multi-family industry were excited to be together, indoors & without masks, to network, share ideas, and take part in some friendly maintenance-related competitions. 2) Denver’s New Rental Property Licensing Program is a Hot Topic -- Rolled out earlier this year, Denver’s new Residential Rental Property Inspection & Licensing Program is top of mind for many property owners and management teams as they begin thinking about how to work these new requirements into their annual operational plans. 3) New Roofing Materials for Wind & Hail Protection -- Unpredictable weather, including strong winds and hail, is a given in our area of the country and multi-family property managers understand the potential damage they face from these extreme weather conditions. There were several new roofing options displayed at the event that provide new levels of protection against the ongoing problem of wind and hail damage. 4) Video Monitoring is on the Rise for Multi-Family Properties -- Use of video was a frequent topic in property manager conversations as they tried to learn from their peers about how to cost-effectively install and manage video systems to enhance property security and tenant safety. 5) LED Lighting Conversions Are Paying Off -- While the initial upfront expense to convert public spaces (parking garages, outdoor areas, and hallways) to LED lighting may be considerable, many multi-family property teams report that their LED conversion projects are paying out in 2-3 years considering the monthly electricity cost savings being achieved. This improved payback timeline has prompted many properties to take the plunge into LED. 6) Greater Emphasis on Sustainability - In addition to LED lighting, multi-family properties across the state are continuing to push forward with comprehensive sustainability plans that include xeriscaping, smart irrigation systems, low-flow bathroom fixtures, smart appliances, and comprehensive recycling programs. All exciting trends for our industry and our planet as we partner to address climate change.
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