STOCKTON – There’s no denying that in spite of the health risks there still is a large part of the population who smokes cigarettes and many of these people are also renters.
When it comes to smoking cigarettes the real question you should have as a property owner is if you should rent your Stockton Rental Property to someone who smokes.
In this article we will break down what really happens in a home after long term smoking and how you should deal with smoking at your rental properties.
The Effects of Long Term Smoking On a Home
Besides being a serious fire hazard every time a smoker lights up, the reality is that long term smoking brings with it serious side effects including the following:
· Cigarette smoke contains moisture which builds up over time, especially on walls, carpet and flooring.
· Long term smoking of cigarettes can also destroy electronic devices and gear because of tar and nicotine, both well-known chemicals which all cigarettes have.
· Smoking cigarettes in a home over a period of months or years can also damage the vents in a Stockton Rental home as well as the HVAC system in a house.
Cigarette Smokers Will Actually Turn Off Other Renters
Sadly, another downside of renting to a cigarette smoker is that smokers can actually deter other renters from wanting to rent from you because, most non-smokers do not want to live in a multi-family rental property with another smoker
Time to Consider a No Smoking Policy
Although it might be taboo for some property owners to consider creating a no-smoking policy for their Stockton Rental Property, the reality is that this is the best way to protect yourself from having anyone smoke while living in your rental.
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