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Office Staff:

 Jeremiah Kessay
Maintenance Supervisor
Michael Lupe
Assist. Maintenance Supervisor 
 Denise Williams
Maintenance Secretary
Tracey Reed
Work Order Clerk

Kernie Kindelay 
Quality Control Tech. 

Lorraine Norvel
Warehouse Foreman
 Kristy Bravo
Mechanic Clerk
Gerald Dahkoshay
Lead Mechanic

 Erick Altaha

Field Staff:
Edison Aday
Maintenance Crew
Ethan Gushoney
Maintenance Crew
 Richy Alchesay
Maintenance Crew
Lebert Altaha
Maintenance Crew 
Crisantos Bead
Maintenance Crew
 Leroy Colelay
Maintenance Crew
Terry Dosela
Maintenance Crew
Josef Altaha
Grounds Keeper
Brianne Goklish
Maintenance Crew
McAdoo Fall
Maintenance Crew
Kiwan Young
Maintenance Crew
Danny White
Maintenance Crew
Paul Israel
Dakota Truax
Maintenance Crew
Lebert Altaha
Maintenance Crew
Daniel Susan
Maintenance Crew
Fernando Tenijieth
Maintenance Crew
Revis Peaches
Maintenance Crew
Melinda Hoskie
Custodial Foreman
Myra Kasey
Custodial Labor
Lisa Mosby
Custodial Labor

Maintenance On Call: (928) 521-2651

There are so many home maintenance and repair items that are important, it can be confusing trying to establish which are the most critical. To simplify things, we have compiled a shortlist of our favorites. These are by no means all-inclusive, nor do they replace any of the information in a home inspection report. They should, however, help you get started on the right foot. Remember, any items marked as priority or safety issues on your home inspection report need immediate attention.


  1. Install smoke detectors as necessary (usually one on each level of the home, near any sleeping areas).
  2. Make any electrical improvements recommended in the home inspection report.
  3. Remove any wood/soil contact to prevent rot and insect damage.
  4. Change the locks on all doors.
  5. Remove or correct trip hazards such as broken or uneven walks, patios, and driveways. Loose or torn carpet or flooring should also be repaired promptly.
  6. Correct unsafe stairways and landings. (Treads uneven, too narrow, sloped, loose; risers irregular or too high; landings missing, poorly lit or too small; railings missing, loose, too low, et cetera).
  7. Have all chimneys inspected and serviced before operating any of these appliances.
  8. Locate and mark the shut-offs for the heating, electrical, and plumbing systems.
  9. If there is a septic system, have the tank inspected, and pumped if necessary. If the house is on a private water supply (well), set up a regular testing procedure for checking water quality.
  10. If the house has a basement or crawl space, read Section 10.0, Basement Leakage in the Interior Section of the Home Reference Book.


  1. Clean the gutters in the spring and fall.
  2. Check for damaged roofing and flashing materials twice a year.
  3. Cut back trees and shrubs from the house walls, roof, and air conditioning system as needed.
  4. Clean the tracks on horizontal sliding windows annually, and ensure the drain holes are clear.
  5. Test ground fault circuit interrupters using the test button, monthly.
  6. Service furnace or boiler yearly.
  7. Check furnace filters, humidifiers, and electronic air cleaners monthly.
  8. Check the bathtub and shower caulking monthly and improve promptly as needed.
  9. If you are in a climate where freezing occurs, shut off outdoor water faucets in the fall.
  10. Install and re-secure door stops as needed.
  11. Check attics for evidence of leaks and condensation and make sure vents are not
  12. obstructed, at least twice a year. (Provide access to all attics and crawl spaces.)