When it rains, the roof leaks.

Since our wet season happened when the people I was with and I needed the gas furnace, the people I was with and I would be in trouble if the pilot light went out

Every one of us live in a condominium. Every one of us bought the apartment about more than four years earlier, & lately the people I was with and I had been noticing that the roof to the garage was beginning to leak. Our a/c unit, gas furnace, & our space furnaces are all situated in the garage. Every one of us talked to the homeowner’s association & asked about getting the garage roof repaired. Every one of us own everything inside the home. The homeowner’s association takes care of the outside including the landscaping, roofs, & siding. For many weeks, the people I was with and I had been asking about the roof on a yearly basis. It was soon going to be the wet season & the people I was with and I didn’t want to be stuck with a leaky & possibly destroyed roof. My husband got into the garage & moved the space furnaces away from where the largest leak was, however the people I was with and I couldn’t move the gas furnace or a/c unit. Every one of us were pretty sure it wasn’t going to hurt the a/c component if it got wet, however the people I was with and I weren’t so sure about the gas furnace. Our gas furnace was responsible for giving us sizzling water and heat. If the pilot were to go out, the people I was with and I would not have water. Since our wet season happened when the people I was with and I needed the gas furnace, the people I was with and I would be in trouble if the pilot light went out. Since the homeowner’s association wasn’t helping with the roof, the people I was with and I called the Heating & A/C company & asked if the people I was with and I would have any problem if the gas furnace got wet. Every one of us then called a roofer & had the roof repaired & sent the bill to the president of the homeowner’s association.

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