At Utah First Property Management, your maintenance request is important to us and we would like to see it taken care of as quickly as possible. We have created this electronic maintenance request to facilitate the reporting of NON-EMERGENCY maintenance to our office, even after-hours. FOR NON-EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE REQUESTS CLICK HERE.
Please be sure to read all of the information on this page before submitting your request and fill out the form completely. The more information we have about you and your maintenance problem, the more efficiently we will be able to address the issue.
If you have an emergency during regular business hours please contact our office at (435) 619-5336. After-hours emergencies may be reported by calling (435) 619-5336 and a detailed message left, then refer to our Emergency Repairs FLOW CHART CLICK HERE FOR LINK.
PROCEDURES FOR REQUESTING MAINTENANCE:
- BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR REQUEST, check to see if there is something that could be causing what APPEARS to be a repair problem. Examples of this specifically are listed below. Be sure to read these examples carefully.
- DETERMINE IF IT IS AN EMERGENCY OR A NON-EMERGENCY ITEM.
- Fire, flood and/or uncontrollable water, electrical problem, smell of gas, etc.
- Emergencies causing immediate danger such as fire call 911
- Emergencies involving IMMEDIATE electrical danger, call the utility service.
- Emergencies such as backed up plumbing, flooding, refer to Emergency Repairs FLOW CHART CLICK HERE FOR LINK, and if necessary, call 911.
- Loss of heat or air conditioning is not an emergency – Utah First Property Management recognizes this is a priority item and will make it a priority with the vendors to have the heat working as soon as is possible.
- An emergency is not air-conditioning, non-working dishwasher, sprinklers, etc.
- Visit our Emergency Maintenance page to learn more.
CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE SUBMITTING A MAINTENANCE REQUEST:
- Air-conditioner does not work. Change air filter. Check ALL circuit breakers often during hot weather or if a circuit breaker overloads, it will trip off the circuit A/C breaker. Often it is difficult to see that the breaker is tripped and it will look like it is not. Therefore, the breaker must be turned all the way off and then all the way on. The breaker must be turned all the way off because it will not “reset” itself to correct the problem.
- Garbage disposal does not work. Check underneath on the disposal unit for the RED reset button that may need to be reset. If something is stuck & the blades do not turn you can purchase a disposal wrench from Lowes or Home Depot for less than $5.00 and give it a twist. This will often break the disposal loose & it will work. Be sure garbage disposal is turned OFF while doing this.
- Electrical does not work in part of the house. Patio, kitchen or the bathroom. Check reset button on ALL GFCI (Ground fault interrupter).
- Circuit breakers keeping going off. Check all appliances to see if the circuits are being overloaded with appliances such as irons, microwave, toaster, curling irons, blow dryers, etc.
- Smoke alarm doesn’t work. If new battery does not work, call in a work order. Tenants are responsible for the replacement of batteries. Notify Management if the smoke alarm is not working. Remember a smoke alarm is for safety and it is very important to check it regularly to see if it is working.
TENANTS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FOLLOWING CHARGES:
If request involves an appliance, please describe the appliance, including make, model and color. This may help expedite the repair. *Describe problem in detail.
Please note: Online maintenance requests are only monitored during regular business hours. Under normal circumstances, you should receive a response from our office or contact from a vendor within 1-3 days. If you are not contacted, please call our office at (435) 619-5336.
If you have an emergency after hours, please call (435) 619-5336 and leave a message, then refer to our Emergency Repairs Flow Chart. CLICK HERE FOR LINK.
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