Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 24, 2015 · Page G20
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page G20

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20 Saturday,October24,2015 • DemocratandChronicle.com • Democrat and Chronicle • Real Estate & Rental Off Stone Road Rich Orczyk: 509-7820 Lic. Assoc. R.E. Broker Beth Sortino Sales Associate $ .3=63!9# !9 3"' K8I N(<<>4 $ G6=9!3' D!3*"'94 $ 0!334&86) 5))6'44 $ +=KLA823 K834 =1=!K=;K' $ C8I E'96!'33= -=H'4 /'36'=3 =3 .389'@ 'K) B'I4 !4 = *8::29!3F ;86)'6!9# %< =*6'4 8& 7683'*3') I'3K=9)4? J9M8F 3"' ,!43=4 &68: F826 *2438: )'4!#9') "8:'? Pittsford, NY By Appointment Only. #45224/"="/+4B:52*5>58+">9 *"34"86$"8<,-B:>4,5;4- #.36HN( )FIB/J &22'"@4$5"6)?-B("-B52$B4A07 ?%'>=@A%,<OM'%?>-OA*0 "&"L"P"L"4G"9.(+JH35(:7+.J0836 FF!@K%>O=%> %/+="B4>5B-9-5;4!"<@+8.B53"/@"/4"1 K3+(7A3D@1(5 >E5+;C2LP1$ ,#0&&.&*.690&.60,!"+"9$ <3A=1):-(-)8@ <%=?@=5B3=-A <6;D7C=83//; <,-55=?'/4A:? <$)7-0//7 <';4>@/4?- <3;)DBA/452 Models open Monday - Friday 11- 4pm • Saturday & Sunday 12- 4pm and by appt. Lake Ontario State Pkwy Exit 272 Morton, 1 Exit west of Hamlin Beach State Park 19 Monroe-Orleans County Line Road, Hamlin, NY 14464 $99,900-$119,900 www.TheCottagesAtTroutburg.com • 585.659.5026 • Private Beach • Fishing Pier • Oversized Pool • Boat/RV Lot • Tennis Courts • Game Room • Clubhouse • Playground electricity when you’re installing it, t hough, so you don’t put the apartment at risk. And if you’re not comfortable installing lighting, hire an electrician. 3. HANGING REMOVABLE WALLPAPER M ore and more brands these days are producing wallpapers that are easy t o remove. There are some peel-and- stick varieties that don’t leave an adhesive residue, which of course is a no- b rainer for a rental. But then there are also “paste the wall” varieties, which can be peeled off in sheets by hand rath- e r than the troublesome wallpaper steamer. Ihung a paper by Graham & Brown in a foyer of past apartment (a small surface area), and while it wasn’t a breeze t o remove, it came off in about 20 minutes and then required an hour or two of spraying with an adhesive remover and t hen scraping. When I was finished, it looked good as new, and it was totally worth the labor, since I loved the heck out of that printed wallpaper! 4. INSTALLING SHELVES Shelves may require a few more screws than picture frames, but your l andlord may actually be pleased if you leave them behind for future tenants, as they provide additional storage. If he or she wants you to remove them, just make sure you spackle and repaint the w all so it looks clean. 5. REPLACING OLD LINOLEUM Dated linoleum tile is one of the big- g est and most common offenses you’ll find in rental apartments. It’s actually quite cheap to replace — about $150 can get you enough new linoleum tile to replace a whole kitchen, depending on where you shop. If your floors are par- Tips Continued from Page 18G It’s usually okay to paint a property you are rentivg, so long as you restore the original color.

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