The Impact of Labor Law 240/241 on Your Insurance Costs

The Impact of Labor Law 240/241 on your insurance costs

The following article is taken from One Point Brokerage, LLC’s November 2021 issue (Volume 1, Issue 1) of One Point of View. A Brief History of the NYS Labor – How we got here New York State Labor Law 240 was enacted in 1885 in response to the Legislature’s concern over unsafe conditions for employees […]

Barbeque Safety: A Reminder That Vinyl Siding and Heat Don’t Mix

barbeque safety tips from Klein Property Management

As the weather warms up and summer approaches, we wanted to share an important reminder that vinyl siding does not stand up well to heat. If you have vinyl siding on your house, do not BBQ next to it! Always remember to have a minimum of ten feet (10 feet) of clearance from any flammable […]

Updated Guidance For Community Associations On COVID Pool Requirements

covid-19 pool requirements for community associations

Original article attributed to and used with permission by Hill & Wallack LLP. Written by Loren R. Lightman. On May 19, 2021, the New Jersey Department of Health issued updated regulations applicable to indoor and outdoor community association pools. The most significant change from prior regulations is that both indoor and outdoor pools are no longer subject […]

Regulations Regarding Opening Clubhouses and Holding Indoor Events

Original article attributed to and used with permission by Hill & Wallack LLP. Written by Terry A. Kessler. With Executive Order 152, issued on June 9, Governor Murphy has authorized larger numbers of people to congregate in certain areas and under specified conditions and so enables community associations to open their clubhouses and facilities and […]

No Pets Allowed! …Except Service Animals

The allowance of Dogs and other pets in condominiums are becoming even more complicated as the growth of “comfort pets” expands. Even as condos and co-ops around the Northeast have loosened pet restrictions to increase marketability, not all New Jersey buildings and HOAs have jumped on the bandwagon. Co-ops, most of which do not have […]

Underfunded Reserves – The Dangers of Running Short

We recently read a fantastic article in The Cooperator written by A.J. Sidransky on the importance of keeping adequate reserve accounts for unexpected, as well as planned for replacements and repairs. There are a lot of great points that would benefit our clients and we wanted to share the information! Underfunded Reserves: The Dangers of […]

Clothes Dryer Fires – It’s a Fire Just Waiting to Happen

Few people realize that dryer vent cleaning will significantly reduce the risk of fire. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are an estimated annual 15,500 fires, 10 deaths and 10 injuries associated with the dryer vent. Several hundred people a year are also subjected to carbon monoxide poisoning from improper dryer vent […]

Updated Lien Priority Law Benefits Condominium and Homeowners Associations in New Jersey

Lien Priority Law Update Headed to Governor Murphy for Signature On March 25, 2019, the New Jersey Legislature passed legislation that will enhance the lien priority for condominium associations and, for the first time, give the same lien priority to homeowners associations. If this legislation is signed by Governor Murphy, both condominium and homeowners associations […]

5 Ways to Prevent Frozen (and Bursting) Pipes

Have you taken the steps needed to keep pipes in your home from freezing in cold winter weather? When pipes freeze, the extra pressure within the pipes can cause them to burst, leading to water damage in the home. Here are a few simple ways you can keep your pipes warm and your home dry, […]