Homeowners Guide

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Welcome to your new Tableau condominium.

Included in this book is information that will answer questions you may have about living in a condominium, the Tableau development in general, and your particular Tableau unit.


CONTENTS

A

IMPORTANT CONTACTS

B

CONDOMINIUM 101

C

TABLEAU INFORMATION

C.1 GENERAL BUILDING INFORMATION

C.2 THE DETAILS

C.2.1 Building Address

C.2.2 Lobbies, Elevators and Circulation

C.2.3 Amenities

C.2.4 Guest Suite

C.2.5 Vehicle Parking

C.2.6 Car Share

C.2.7 Bicycle Parking

C.2.8 Concierge

C.2.9 Building Access and Security

C.2.10 Recycling System

D

THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR UNIT

D.1 MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

D.1.1 Heating and Cooling

D.1.2 Ventilation

D.1.3 Plumbing

D.1.4 Electrical System, Switched Receptacles and Outlets

D.1.5 Electrical Metering

D.1.6 Telephone / Cable / High Speed Internet

D.2 APPLIANCES

D.2.1 Kitchen Appliances

D.3 COMPONENTS AND FINISHES

D.3.1 Walls

D.3.2 Wood Flooring

D.3.3 Cabinets, Countertops and Backsplashes

D.3.4 Doors

D.3.5 Caulking

D.3.6 Condensation

D.4 NON-PHYSICAL ELEMENTS OF YOUR UNIT

D.4.1 Pets

D.4.2 Insurance

D.4.3 Window Coverings

D.4.4 Outdoor Furniture Restrictions

D.4.5 Suite Keys

E

CUSTOMER SERVICE

E.1 CUSTOMER SERVICE OVERVIEW

E.2 INSPECTIONS

E.2.1 Pre-Delivery Inspection(PDI)

E.2.2 2nd Pre-Delivery Inspection

E.2.3 30-Day Inspection

E.3 PROCEDURE FOR SERVICE WORK AFTER MOVE-IN

E.3.1 On-Site Customer Service Office and Representative

E.3.2 All Correspondence to be in Writing

E.3.3 Scheduling Service Calls

E.3.4 Service Notice

E.3.5 Statutory Warranty Forms (30 Day and Year-End Submissions)

E.3.6 Common Element Issues

E.4 CONSTRUCTION PERFORMANCE GUIDELINES

F

YOUR WARRANTIES

G

STAYING IN TOUCH