Renter continually calls landlord for help

When I first purchased a building that includes four separate apartments, I was eager to make improvements.

I devoted quite a bit of time to landscaping and curb appeal for the apartment building.

I weeded the gardens, trimmed all of the shrubs and bought some potted plants to add some color. I replaced the shutters and painted the doors and trim. I asked the renters if they had any complaints or concerns with their accommodations. Three out of the four renters told me that everything in their apartments was just fine. The fourth renter expressed problems with the water pressure from the bathroom and kitchen sink faucets. I went into the apartment and found that the aerators were simply clogged. I demonstrated how to remove the aerators, rinse them and reinstall them for my tenant. A few days later, the tenant called me up to complain that her air conditioner wasn’t providing sufficient cool air. When I checked the cooling system, I quickly realized that the air filter was totally disgusting. I showed the tenant how easy it is to remove and clean the air filter. Over the next two weeks, the tenant called me six more times. She needed help replacing light bulbs, plunging the toilet and tightening knobs on cupboard doors. I finally got frustrated and told her not to call me again unless she was faced with an emergency. Two days later, she called again. I refused to answer. She called back three times right in a row. Expecting something ridiculous, I finally accepted her call. She then informed me that the water tank had ruptured and flooded the apartment.
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