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Solving the top repair and rehab challenges
Solving the top repair and rehab challenges

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Have you checked out our new Motili On-Site iOS app yet? The app allows contractors to complete more tasks on the go, thus reducing the amount of back-office work and saving valuable time. The app can be downloaded here: https://appsto.re/us/YV4Jcb.i

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Now that the hot summer months are here, your cooling equipment is working at its full capacity. What can you do to make sure that your equipment is working efficiently during such a critical time of the year? http://motili.com/summer-hvac-efficiency.php

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When should you replace your heating and cooling equipment? As you decide whether you should repair or replace, you should consider the external factors that could affect how your equipment works. According to this article, the lifetime of your equipment depends on the climate and the environment in which it operates: http://www.achrnews.com/articles/132909-hvac-system-life-cycles-how-long-should-it-last

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For contractors, a good mobile app can be the most trusted assistant at the job site. The right mobile solution could help save time by allowing contractors to do more while on-the-go, thus reducing the amount of back-office work. You can read about the benefits of HVAC mobile apps here: http://contractingbusiness.com/residential-hvac/software-seek-features-most-relevant-your-hvac-business-needs

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We are excited to announce that our new contractor iPhone app is now available in the App Store! The new app is designed to make the jobs of our contractors easier, allowing them to do more while on-the-go, thus saving valuable time and reducing the amount of back-office work. Read all about our new app on our blog: http://motili.com/on-site-release.php

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Congrats to Cherie Rounds and Andrew Graves, our newest recipients of the Leader of the Pack Award! Thanks for all your hard work and dedication!
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Are you prepared for summer? According to NOAA, “most of the continental United States is facing elevated chances of well above average summer temperatures.” Check your cooling equipment to avoid the stress and unexpected repairs in the upcoming warmer months. https://www.climate.gov/news-features/featured-images/noaa-2016-summer-outlook-where-are-highest-chances-hot-summer-us

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This year’s 4th Annual IMN Single Family Rental Investment Forum (East) was attended by over 1,000 owners of single-family properties across the nation. Needless to say, the size of the conference is a good indicator why numerous investors find the single-family properties segment attractive. In such an abundant market, finding properties to invest in is not the biggest challenge for investors. The actual challenge is effectively managing maintenance as the amount of these investment properties increases.
After attending the conference, David Hettinger, Vice President of Customer Experience at Motili concluded that, “Owners love to have the opportunity for growth, but they are concerned with the amount of time that operations could take away from actually growing the business. By talking with property owners from all 50 states, it is clear that Motili’s skilled service offerings, such as HVAC and plumbing, represent an opportunity for the property owners to have a peace of mind as they continue to grow. Our services allow them to move forward and transition from traditional maintenance costs over to capitalized expenses.” To learn more about how Motili supports this fast-growing market, visit us at www.motili.com.
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This week we're attending the IMN 2016 Single Family Rental Investment Forum in Miami, FL. If you are in the area, come by and see us! http://www.imn.org/real-estate/conference/4th-Annual-Single-Family-Rental-Investment-East/

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With the allergy season in full swing, many people are looking for ways to minimize their exposure to various allergens. Did you know that your HVAC system can collect indoor allergens and then spread them as it blows air through the property? Read on to learn about the relationship between HVAC units and allergies: http://www.21alive.com/news/local/Allergy-season-affects-more-than-just-people-376475261.html
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