Published January 2018
Editor’s Note: Florida Community Association Journal would like to introduce these new advertising partners and their services.
When you need a professional to solve your indoor air quality needs, ADA is the company to call. Since 1990, Air Duct Aseptics has performed more than 45,000 certified duct cleaning and indoor air quality projects throughout Florida. As certified members of the National Air Duct Cleaners Association, state-licensed AC contractors, state-licensed mold assessors, and remediators, ADA has both the experience and the know-how needed to improve your indoor air quality. Our certified HVAC duct cleaning removes harmful contaminants throughout your AC system and ductwork, while we help determine the underlying causes which generated this condition. We don’t just clean ducts; we can also diagnose air leakage and perform mold testing and building diagnostics. This separates us from our competitors.
Indoor air quality is a growing concern in every home and building today. Exposure to mold may result in cold-like symptoms, nasal and sinus congestion, respiratory problems, coughing, a sore throat, watery eyes, or skin irritation; and it might trigger asthma attacks. Mold spores are very tiny in size and can easily be breathed deeply into our lungs. If high mold levels are present in a building, it’s considered to be hazardous. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
For more information on Air Duct Aseptics, call today for your free consultation at (888) 707-7763 or visit us at www.adaflorida.com.
At C.A.M.S., we are a licensed Wellington, Florida-based full-service provider of community association management services for residential communities of all types throughout South Florida since 1993. We offer a complete range of services from administration and accounting to maintenance, landscaping, janitorial, and more. What separates C.A.M.S., however, is our personalized approach to custom tailoring our resources around the needs of each community and its unique residents. At C.A.M.S., we streamline association processes and improve communities.
KW Property Management & Consulting provides full-scale property management services to homeowner associations and condominium boards. KWPMC delivers operational precision, hospitality with a personal touch, outstanding financial reporting and accounting controls, and flexible and efficient technology solutions—all distinguished by a dedicated and committed staff that aims to enhance the experience of every association we serve. We’re privately owned with a hands-on approach that involves our founding partners and executive team assigned and engaged with each and every property. We take great pride in building lasting relationships with associations and boards that share our commitment to excellence.
For more information on KW Property Management & Consulting, call (800) 514-5770 or visit www.kwpmc.com.
Martell & Ozim P.A. proudly dedicates its practice to the representation of condominium and homeowners associations. By working as a team, listening to our clients’ needs, and developing a successful plan of action, we provide communities throughout Central Florida with efficient and cost-effective representation.
If you need help with the collection of assessments, we proudly offer true withheld billing with absolutely no hidden fees. Our team has extensive experience handling a large volume of collection cases, and we’ll work diligently to improve your community’s financial position.
If you need help enforcing your community’s covenants and restrictions, you’ll enjoy our flat-rate billing method. Our covenant enforcement approach is affordable, organized, and transparent.
If you need help with reviewing contracts, amending documents, or obtaining legal opinions, our firm is ready to assist. You’ll receive a time and cost estimate before our firm commences work.
Our firm provides a free monthly status report, updating your community on all matters to ensure open lines of communication.
With offices located throughout the state of Florida, Vesta Property Services provides property management, financing, and amenity services to developers of planned unit communities and resident associations. Vesta has been a leader in the property management industry for more than 25 years. We employ more than 1,200 professionals, strategically positioned in all our communities to provide a wide spectrum of services to our more than 250,000 residents and unit owners. Frank Surface, CEO, says, “We have no boundaries to what services we’ll provide to our clients. We don’t know any other company in Florida that’s doing what we’re doing.”
For more information, call (877) 988-3782, email customerrelations@vestaprop ertyservices.com, or visit www.vestapropertyservices.com.
Editor’s Note: The Florida Community Association Journal inadvertently left out Haber Slade’s article in the December 2017 article Anniversaries—A Time to Look Back Forward. We regret this omission.
Technology, no doubt, has made a significant impact in the community association arena the last five years. In my role as outside general counsel to condominium and homeowners associations, technology has been a dominant theme in the majority of new projects and contract negotiations, and this trend is going to accelerate.
Artificial intelligence via advanced software will play a large role in community association life and management in the not too distant future: budget predictions; facial recognition for authorized guests and residents and advanced security predictions; continuous monitoring and advanced repair predictions for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; “Siri” or “Alexa” type digital management assistants to answer residents routine questions about the building and association operations—and so much more!
Vice President of Sales & Retention Condominium Associates (CA)
Locations in Clearwater, Tampa, and Pasco
Services: Condominium Associates is a full-service association management company, providing facilities management, financial management, administrative services, and property maintenance.
Kathy never thought of herself as a “sales” person; however, after more than 25 years, she found that she has become the modern version of one. Kathy began her real estate career in multi-family management in Indiana in 1992. She quickly understood the value of a career in a professional industry that would survive economic turmoil, where success was synonymous with helping people. Association management became a great fit. In 2002 she chose to work for CA over many other management companies. Kathy understood larger companies can’t always provide quality service and meet the unique needs of each property, but medium-sized, locally owned companies are better able to control their practices. This allowed her to tailor services specific to her customers’ needs, which has been the key to her success industry-wide. Kathy routinely does pubic speaking engagements and enjoys teaching and coaching board members.