Would adding a clothes washer to a second floor condominium unit impact the plumbing of the condo unit directly beneath the second floor unit?
it depends on how your lines run. usually it woulden't effect anything but if your sewer line is to close to some of the fixtures in the upper floor the suds from the washer could back up into the other fixtures.
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Less risk of break in. Better view. Usually quieter.
Seconds is the SI unit of time
You can find the answer you want in your governing documents, and in your state's condominium law. The state can define the border between a unit owner's property and propert…y owned by all owners, in common. The governing documents may amend, alter or change these default definitions. In addition to owning at least the space where you live -- however your ownership boundaries are described -- you own, with all the other owners, the common areas and limited common areas in the community. Depending on your governing documents, you will pay property taxes on some portion of the condominium property you own, up to 100%.
You can find the answer to your question in your governing documents where the ownership parameters are defined. Look for definitions of ownership, including: . Unit . Lim…ited Common Areas . Common Areas Every condominium community and its governing documents is different from every other condominium community and its governing documents.
Read your governing documents to determine what is owned by individual owners and what is owned by the association.
Personally, I would not buy a condominium unless my review of the complete declaration was finished. Otherwise, you (and I) have zero idea about the community you're (I'm) …buying into. Whether or not it can be sold may be a local legal issue. See your state condominium statute.
I am renovating my condo unit on the 5th floor. I broke open a water pipe causing it to flood down to the lower units. Am i responsible or would the damage be coverd by the building condo insurance.?
Since you caused the damage, your HO-6 condominium unit owner's insurance may cover the cost of repair. However, your insurance company and the insurance company that carries… the master policy will work through all the details. If you carry no owner's insurance, you may be liable for the master policy deductible, and you may also be responsible to pay for the damage you caused inside your unit. Read your governing documents to determine your responsibilities as to insurance.
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One cubic foot or 7.48 gallon or three sq. feet of storm drainage.
Seconds are the units. They are the unit of time
In the US, square feet. In most other countries, I would presume, square meters.
Hospitals, universities, and other large commercial buildings often have concrete floors throughout the building, so there's nothing stopping you as long as the structure itse…lf is strong enough to support the additional weight. Be sure and check your local code enforcement office before buying any materials.
so when you see the stairs at your house you make your person step on the little paw in front of the stairs. then you see a picture of your house on the left hand side and the…re are two parts the top and the bottom click on the top of the house(the one without the picture of the door on it only the windows). and it will show you pictures of your pets click on one of them the there you go you are in your bedroom. Hope you have fun editing your new room!
Read your governing documents, and especially any rules updatesthat have to do with hardwood floor installation. Your biggest concern will be noise transmitted to surroundingu…nits. If you install them without permission, or without an associationreview, and you are in violation, you may be forced to remove yourhardwood floors.
Please review your governing documents -- your CC&Rs, to discover the boundary definition for your unit. Look for the section with boundary in the title. There is no standa…rd: every condominium is different from every other condominium.
Your tax adviser is best prepared to give you the answer you want,depending on your local tax laws, state tax laws, federal tax laws,and the use of the unit(s).