Top 5 Tactics to Prevent Vandalism in Community Associations
Any building is fair game for vandalism. Take steps to reduce the chance of it happening to one of yours.
For as long as condominiums and homeowners associations have been around vandalism has been a problem. There is the ebb and flow of damages that are done, summertime is often higher activity, some of it minor and some incidents have major repercussions. While there is no sure-fire way to avoid dealing with vandalism, this white paper provides five ways that may help your community association prevent damage from happening.
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