Thursday, July 19, 2012
I asked the 'property manager' (bwahahahaha) where my appliances disappeared off to and got the exact answer that I was expecting- I don't have a clue, and he was very nonchalant about it. I don't have a clue why I hired this one, as my girlfriend at the time (the best judge of character that I have ever seen after being around someone for five minutes) told me that he would end up screwing me and that I should find someone else.
Saturday, July 14, 2012
When I moved out of my house in 2004, there was a washer, dryer, refrigerator, microwave and blinds in several of the rooms (two bedrooms, den, kitchen, breakfast room, and the front and rear door). Out of all these things, the only one in the house now is the blind on the rear door. Where are the other things, you may ask? Well I asked that as well, but my 'property manager' can't tell me as I have still to receive an answer. I replaced the refrigerator in 2007 (even though it was only 4 years old), and the washing machine I left was old (although I didn't have to replace it), and the dryer was brand new in 2004, and still should have had some service life. All have disappeared off into the ether, evidently. When the first tenant had problems with the built-in double oven (it ended up being the timer was set wrong), I had a second one in storage and my brother took it to the house to replace the original one. You guessed it, this one has disappeared into the same black hole as the rest of my things.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
I mopped the kitchen floor today and it was unbelievable how dirty the water was. The main reason for mopping was that I knew that I am going to have to get on my hands and knees to scrub the floor, and I wanted to make it less filthy so I didn't feel too bad about being on it. The water was almost black, which leads me to believe it has never been mopped in the 17 months the tenant was there. Other than the utility/wash room, the rest of the house has hardwood floors and I know that they have to be almost as dirty as the kitchen floor.