We CARE About Where You're Living!

Reliable Provider of Excellent Property Management Services

Welcome to CARE Living, where we CARE about where you're living!

Reliable Provider of Excellent Property Management Services

Your Trusted Property Management in
Ohio 614 Area

As a family-owned company serving the vibrant 614 area of Ohio, CARE Living LLC understand the importance of feeling at home in your space. With our dedicated team and commitment to excellence, we genuinely CARE about where you live.

Our brand-new webpage is designed to make your life easier and more convenient. Whether you need maintenance services, emergency repairs, or any other form of assistance, we've got you covered.


Emergency Repairs

Here is a short list, but not an exhaustive list, of repairs that would require immediate and emergent assistance:

  • Gas leaks: Any suspected gas leak should be treated as an emergency due to the potential risk of fire or explosion. If you smell gas or suspect a leak, evacuate the premises immediately and contact the gas company or emergency services.
  • Burst pipes: A burst pipe can cause significant water damage and flooding. Shut off the main water supply and contact a plumber immediately to prevent further damage and water wastage.
  • Electrical hazards: Sparks, smoke, or a burning smell from electrical outlets or appliances indicate an electrical emergency. Turn off the power at the circuit breaker and contact an electrician immediately to address the issue.
  • Sewage backups: If sewage is backing up into sinks, tubs, or toilets, it poses a health hazard and requires immediate attention. Contact a plumber or property management to address the issue promptly.
  • No heating in extreme weather: In colder climates, lack of heating during extremely cold weather conditions poses a risk to health and safety. Contact the property management or an HVAC professional for immediate assistance.
  • Major roof leaks: Large roof leaks that are causing significant water intrusion and potential structural damage require immediate attention. Contact a professional roofer to assess and repair the issue promptly.

Remember, emergencies should be reported immediately and dealt with swiftly to ensure the safety of the occupants and prevent further damage to the property. If you encounter any potentially life-threatening situations or hazards, always prioritize your safety and contact the appropriate emergency services.

High-Priority Repairs

High-priority repairs, those that do not require emergency intervention, typically involve issues that, while not immediately life-threatening or causing severe damage, still require prompt attention to prevent further deterioration to the home. Some examples of high-priority repairs that are not emergencies include:

  • Plumbing leaks
  • HVAC malfunctions
  • Electrical problems
  • Non-functioning appliances
  • Security concerns
  • Structural repairs

While these repairs may not be emergencies in the sense of immediate danger, they still require swift action to minimize inconvenience and prevent further damage.

Everyday Maintenance

Normal maintenance requests that are considered low priority typically involve non-urgent or cosmetic issues that do not pose an immediate threat to the safety or functionality of the living space. Some examples of low-priority maintenance requests could include the following:

  • Cosmetic repairs
  • Appliance adjustments
  • Non-essential fixture repairs
  • Light bulb replacement
  • Landscaping concerns
  • Repairs to non-critical amenities such as a community pool or gym equipment

Remember, even though these requests may be considered low priority, it's still important to address them in a timely manner.

Maintenance Requests