Aging Multi-Unit Residential Buildings

When it comes to electricity, your safety is our business.

When the electrical system in a multi-unit residential building fails, the results can be catastrophic. Tenants may have to leave their homes. Building owners can face immense repair costs.

As tenants or property owners or managers, do you know your rights and responsibilities? ESA has published several guides to help make multi-unit residential buildings safer for everyone.

Guide to Multi-Residential Electrical Maintenance

Regular maintenance and repair are critical in keeping buildings safe. This guide helps property owners and managers develop an in-depth electrical maintenance plan.

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Property Owner and Manager Fact Sheet

Property owners and managers are responsible for keeping their buildings safe for tenants. This fact sheet helps you stay on top of critical building maintenance and repair.

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Tenant Fact Sheet

Poor maintenance practices put tenants in danger. This fact sheet helps tenants understand what to expect from property owners and how to stay safe.

Download Tenant Fact Sheet