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LEGISLATIVE CHANGES Are you up to date in your Condo or HOA?

LEGISLATIVE CHANGES Are you up to date in your Condo or HOA?

2017 LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

The 2017 Legislative Session was fairly active with respect to issues involving Community Associations. The following is a brief outline of some of the significant changes that became effective July 1, 2017.

Estoppel Certificates: Senate Bill 398: Applies to Condominium, Cooperative & Homeowners’ Associations.

Content and cost limits for estoppel certificates were issues attempted to be addressed several times in the past few years, but this year, SB 398 passed and substantially changed the content and procedure for responding to requests for information when a unit or property within the community is transferring, as well as setting up specific costs for the information. An “estoppel certificate” is defined to be a signed document establishing certain specific facts related to a particular transaction. In the past the estoppel certificate typically consisted of a basic statement of account, notifying the buyer/lender whether the account was current and identifying upcoming or ongoing financial obligations. The new law has the following affects: (a) reduces the time period for responding to a request for an estoppel certificate from 15 days to 10 business days, and if not delivered within 10 business days no fee can be charged for the estoppel; (b) the association’s website, if it exists, must contain the name and street address or e-mail address of the person to whom requests for estoppel certificates are to be sent; and, estoppel certificates must be delivered by hand, mail or e-mail on the date the estoppel is issued.

The estoppel must contain specific information, as follows:

Date of Issuance;
Name of the owner of the property to which the estoppel information pertains;
The property designation and address;
Any assigned parking or garage space;
Contact information for the association’s counsel if the account is in collection;
The amount of the fee for preparation of the estoppel; and,
Identify the person/entity requesting the information.

Assessment Information required to be included:

Payments required on a periodic basis for “regular” assessments, including the required frequency of payment;
Date through which payment has been received;
The date due and amount of the next “regular” payment;
Itemized list of any amounts currently due; and,
An itemization of the amounts to become due while the certificate is pending.

Other Information required:

Disclose the existence and amount of any capital contribution fee;
Whether there are any open violations;
Whether the governing documents require the buyer to be approved and if so, whether the buyer has been approved;
Whether the association has a right of first refusal and exercised it;
A list of and contact information for any other associations governing the property;
Contact information for insurance verification; and,
Contain the signature of an officer or authorized association agent (management, etc.).

An estoppel certificate is effective for 30 days (35 if delivered by regular mail). The fee for an estoppel certificate may not exceed $250 unless (a) the estoppel is requested on an expedited basis and is delivered within 3 days, in which case an additional fee of up to $100 is allowed, or (b) delinquent assessments are owed in which case an additional fee of up to $150 is allowed. The statutorily set fees shall be adjusted every 5 years based on the CPI.

Condominium Crime & Penalties: House Bill 1237: Applies to Condominium Associations

While portions of the bill have been criticized for “criminalizing” certain activities, these initiatives were largely in response to what has been considered as the scathing Miami-Dade grand jury report issued earlier in the year. The report found tremendous abuse associated with elections, conflicts of interest and association records. Records were purposely withheld in some cases and modified in others. The bill emphasizes that forgery of ballot envelopes or voting certificates is a crime punishable by law. Destruction of or the refusal to allow inspection or copying of an official record of a condominium association within the time periods required by law in furtherance of any crime is punishable as tampering with physical evidence or as obstruction of justice.

Kickbacks are specifically prohibited and could result in criminal penalties if accepted by condominium association officers, director and/or CAMs.

Condominium election ballot and voting certificate forgery could result in criminal penalties.

Theft of condominium funds, and destruction or refusal to allow access to official records of a condominium in furtherance of a crime are all subject to criminal penalties.

New conflict provisions are added. Under the new law the following is prohibited:

An association may not hire an attorney who represents the management company of the association.
A board member, manager, or management company may not purchase a unit foreclosed as a result of the association’s lien (or take title by deed in lieu of foreclosure).
The association cannot employ or contract with any service provider that is owned or operated by a board member or with any person who has a financial relationship with a board member or officer, or a relative within the third degree of consanguinity by blood or marriage of a board member or officer. (This does not apply if the board member or officer [or relative as described] owns less than 1 percent of the equity shares.)
An officer or board member of an association’s contract provider of maintenance or management services is likewise precluded from purchases a unit at the association’s lien foreclosure sale (or take title by deed in lieu).

Cancellation – Majority Ownership Contract
If 50 percent or more of the units in the condominium are owned by a party contracting to provide maintenance or management services to an association managing a residential condominium, (or an officer or board member of such), the contract may be cancelled by a majority vote of the non-interested unit owners.

Disclosure and Termination of Contract
Includes new conflict of interest provisions for directors and officers, and their relatives. Any activity that may reasonably be construed to be a conflict of interest must be disclosed.

A rebuttable presumption of a conflict of interest exists if any of the following occurs without prior notice:

A director or officer, or a relative, enters into a contract for goods and services with the association; or,
A director or an officer, or a relative that holds an interest in a corporation, limited liability corporation, partnership, limited liability partnership, or other business entity that conducts business with the association or proposes to enter into a contract or other transaction with the association.

A proposal for any service in which a director or officer, or a relative to the association must be clearly disclosed on all contracts and transactional documents and those actual documents must be attached to the meeting agenda.

If the board votes against the contract or service, the interested party must notify the board in writing that he/they will not continue to pursue the relationship, failing which the interested director must withdraw from office. If the board finds that an officer or a director has violated this provision, they are automatically removed from office.

Any contract, agreement or other relationship that has not been properly disclosed, is voidable and terminates after written notice from the board of directors supported by the consent (petition) of at least 20 percent of the voting interests of the association.
(For purposes of the conflict of interest provisions, the term “relative” means a relative within the third degree of consanguinity by blood or marriage.)

Records Access – Renters are now permitted access to certain records.

Website for Condominiums with 150 or more Units – Condominium associations with more than 150 units will be required to post (upload) copies of a whole host of documents on websites created for this purpose. The website must requires updating throughout each year. Condominium associations without websites or use of websites, web portals or web pages will need to create them or hire third-parties to do so. Among other documents, the website must contain:

The recorded declaration with all amendments;
The recorded bylaws with all amendments;
The articles of incorporation with all amendments and current rules;
All management contracts, leases or other contracts where the association is a party of which unit owners have obligations;
Summaries of bids for materials, equipment or services;
The adopted annual budget and any proposed budget to be considered at the annual meeting;
The year-end financial reports required by statute;
Each director’s self-certification or evidence of participation in a Division approved educational program;
All contracts or transactions between the association and any director, officer, corporation, firm or any other entity in which an association director is financially interested;
Conflict of interest disclosures; and,
Notices and agendas for both membership and board meetings.

Condominium associations that operate fewer than 50 units and homeowners associations of less than 50 parcels must comply with the financial reporting requirements based upon the total revenues of the association (although another bill permits the members to waive financial reporting requirements).

Annual condominium financial reports must be provided within 5 days of request by a unit owner, and specific remedies and enforcement by the Division are provided for failure to meet this requirement.

A condominium association, its officers, directors, employees, and agents may not use a debit card issued in the name of the association or billed directly to the association for payment of any association expense. Doing so can be prosecuted as credit card fraud.

A board member of a condominium association may not serve for more than 4 consecutive two-year terms unless approved by an affirmative vote of two-thirds of the total voting interests of the association, or there are not enough eligible candidates to fill the vacancies. (The new law does not contain limitations if directors serve one year terms.)

The recall provisions have been substantially revised – the board will no longer have the obligation or opportunity to vote whether or not to certify the recall. Recalled board members are immediately removed and could challenge the recall by filing a petition for arbitration at their personal expense.

Associations must furnish the Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares and Mobile Homes with the names of all financial institutions with which it maintains and accounts on an annual basis.

The right of a condominium association to suspend voting rights of an owner for non-payment of a monetary obligation to the association is limited to a monetary obligation of more than $1,000, and proof of such non-payment must be provided to the unit owner at least 30 days before such suspension takes effect.

Arbitrator qualifications have been strengthened as well as an intent to speed up the arbitration process.

The foregoing is general in nature, not intended to be an exhaustive and complete rendition of all of the legislative changes for 2017, nor should it be considered legal advice. If you have any specific questions regarding any of the items set forth herein, as well as any other legislative change, please contact this office.

 

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APPELLATE COURT LIMITS ASSOCIATION ABILITY TO STOP OWNER POSTING OF NEGATIVE OPINIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

APPELLATE COURT LIMITS ASSOCIATION ABILITY TO STOP OWNER POSTING OF NEGATIVE OPINIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

APPELLATE COURT LIMITS ASSOCIATION ABILITY TO STOP OWNER POSTING OF NEGATIVE OPINIONS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Many community associations throughout Florida have experienced an owner who opposes the board and is vocally negative toward the efforts of the association representatives. With the development of social media and the internet, many have also experienced these disgruntled owners posting their opinions on the internet through blogs, website and the like. Quite often these owners are not expressing accurate information regarding the association and boards look for help from their attorneys to stop what they consider to be abusive and harassing conduct. The Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal has recently issued a ruling that identifies some limits that court action can take in dealing with such disputes and leaving questions regarding other actions that can be taken unanswered.

 

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In Fox. V. Hampton at Metro West Condominium Association, Inc., Case No. 5D16-1822 (July 21, 2017), the Appellate Court was presented the situation in which the Condominium Association had initially brought a legal action against the unit owner to obtain an injunction to stop the owner from what they claimed to be conduct that was harassing, intimidating and otherwise threatening to other owners, and for his on-going publishing of negative claims about the Association and/or the Board on the internet. No trial was held as the parties entered into a settlement agreement that was ultimately incorporated into a final judgment under which Fox agreed to stop certain actions. Soon thereafter, however, the conduct began again and the Association filed a motion for contempt and enforcement of the agreement, claiming that Fox had willfully and intentionally violated the terms of the agreement.

After holding a hearing, the trial court did find Fox in civil contempt for the violations of the agreement and, in addition to enforcing the provisions of the settlement agreement, also ordered Fox to stop posting, circulating, and publishing any pictures or personal information about current or future residents, board members, management, employees or personnel of the management company, vendors of the Association, or any other management company used by the Association, on any website, blog or social media. Fox was also ordered to take down what he had already posted on any of his websites or blogs. The trial court also prohibited Fox from starting any new blogs, website or social media website related to the Association. Fox was also told by the trial court that he could not respond to an inquiry about living at the Community online, but rather could only respond with a telephone call to the inquirer. Fox appealed the added requirements of the trial court that went beyond the original agreement and judgment, claiming that they violate his right to speak freely, and the appellate court agreed as to the added limitations.

In reaching it’s conclusion, the Appellate Court applied the Freedom of Speech provisions of the US and Florida Constitutions, noting that the “penalties” and additional limitations imposed by the trial court beyond the terms of the settlement agreement constituted what is termed “prior restraint” (or censorship) by the government, which is not allowed. This action by the trial court effectively was sufficient “State Action” to trigger the Constitutional protections for the unit owner.

While the Appellate Court notes that freedom of speech does not extend to obscenity, defamation, fraud, incitement, true threats and speech integral to criminal conduct, the conduct of Fox in this case did not reach any of these levels. The Court indicated that it is more legally appropriate to address the conduct of an owner posting or publishing allegedly false statements and/or other actionable statements after the fact rather than before it occurs. Consequently, the Appellate Court decided that the trial court made an error when it prohibited Fox from making any future statements whatsoever pertaining to the Community or the Association without conducting a proper constitutional inquiry first and reversed that part of the trial court decision. However, the Appellate Court did not reverse any aspect of the trial court’s enforcement of the original settlement agreement and final judgment. Only by it adding the “punishment” terms did the Appellate Court conclude that this particular trial court went too far.

This particular case is unusual in that Constitutional protections are being applied to a situation that traditionally has been considered one of private contract. Constitutional concerns apply to actions of the State or government and generally do not apply to private agreements or individuals. Time will tell whether this is a trend that may be starting among the courts or simply an anomaly decision limited to the facts of just this case. This is particularly so in light of the Appellate Court upholding the restraints on the speech of Fox that was set forth in the original settlement agreement and judgment, which also was enforced by the trial court, bringing State action into the situation as well. As with any case of this nature, much will depend upon the particular facts involved as to whether court action may be considered and/or worth pursuing.

 

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Aaxon Success Story- Waterford Point Condominum

Aaxon Success Story- Waterford Point Condominum

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With downtown cityscape views on one side and the beautiful intracoastal waterway on the other, Waterford Point Condominiums is a true gem of a community in Pompano Beach, FL.

Waterford Point Condominiums is home to more than 500 residents and was once equipped with coin-operated laundry facilities. Tired of the maintenance and having lost all patience counting coins, Waterford Point turned to Aaxon Laundry Systems for a total laundry room transformation. The community now has Smart Card operated Speed Queen laundry equipment, a major upgrade from the previous.

Michael Sparano, property manager at Waterford Point chose to work with Aaxon after building a strong foundation of trust with Bob Sanchez, Aaxon Multi-Housing Sales Manager. “It was a very big decision for the community to outsource our laundry system. We interviewed three different companies, and the reasons why we chose Aaxon is because we worked very closely with Bob, and being an ex-salesperson, I was very comfortable with him as he was being persistent but without being overbearing. It was nice,” says Sparano.

Waterford Point Condominium’s laundry rooms are now operating at their best, and Aaxon is happy to play a part in improving such an important task in residents’ daily lives. “I’m happy to commence this project together,” adds Sparano.

 

 

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Amber is Marketing Coordinator at Aaxon Laundry Systems, one of the nation's innovators in coin/card laundry design and development, multi-housing laundry room solutions and on-premise laundry equipment applications. Amber works closely with Aaxon’s multi-housing team to tell the stories of multi-housing laundry room transformations, laundromat retool projects, and new entrepreneur success stories. A University of Central Florida alumna, she has nearly a decade of experience in the writing and communications fields.
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The Benefits of Card-Operated Laundry Equipment in Miami Multi-Housing Properties

The Benefits of Card-Operated Laundry Equipment in Miami Multi-Housing Properties

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The common comparison, card-operated laundry equipment versus coin-operated laundry equipment- which is best for your Miami multi-housing laundry room?

There is solid evidence why Smart Card operated laundry equipment is best in the multi-housing realm. Miami property managers and tenants alike can experience many pros of using cashless laundry equipment, including no more counting coins which in turn eliminates accounting stresses, reduces the risk of theft by eliminating cash-filled laundry rooms, and the best of all, property managers have access to choosing the most advanced laundry equipment for residents to enjoy.

Speed Queen® Smart Card multi-housing laundry equipment is superior in both categories of performance and durability, perfect for high-volume rental properties and large condominium properties in Miami. The following is a breakdown of the pros of switching to cashless Speed Queen® laundry systems in your Miami multi-housing property.

Eliminate Coin-Counting Stresses from Residents and Coin-Collection Hassles
In a coin-operated Miami apartment or condo, the laundry floor may be littered with dropped coins from tenants. Or worse, the underneath of the washers and dryers may be filled with loose change resulting from frustrated attempts of retrieving said coins. Your tenants become angry and upset because doing the laundry now equals losing money at the same time. Gift your residents the joy of using card-operated Speed Queen® washers and dryers. Residents will love the convenience of inserting their Smart Card into the machine and not being limited by the number of available mix coins in their pockets. Cashless operated commercial laundry equipment is operated by Smart Cards which are then reloaded at VTM (value transfer machine) kiosks placed inside the laundry or wherever you see fit.

Reduce the Risk of Theft in Your Miami Multi-Housing Laundry Room
A cash-filled laundry machine and ATM is a tempting target for thieves. Think about it, a coin-operated laundry machine is like a big white piggy bank just waiting to be cracked open! Reduce the risk of theft and vandalism in your Miami condominium’s laundry room by the eliminating the source of temptation. Speed Queen® card-operated laundry equipment works to keep laundry rooms safe and secure by only accepting payments by Smart Card, credit or debit cards. Although VTM machines are 100% safe and secure, property managers may choose to place their building’s VTM near a well-lit lobby area adjacent to the security desk for added protection.

Enjoy Advanced Technology with Smart Card-Operated Laundry Equipment
In today’s world of chip readers and simplified cloud-based electronic payment processes, carrying around loose change and dollar bills has become a nuisance. Top washer and dryer manufacturers have turned away from developing new coin-operated laundry machines and now focus on the advancement of card-operated laundry equipment. Speed Queen® manufactures world-renowned, top-rated Smart Card operated laundry equipment used in multi-housing properties across the nation. Keep your Miami condo ahead of the curve and appealing to residents and future residents by maintaining a modern card-operated laundry room.

Are you ready for a fresh, clean laundry room?
Aaxon offers affordable card-operated commercial washer and dryers for lease in Miami. We are conveniently located in Fort Lauderdale off of I-95 with quick access to the highway and to your Miami multi-housing property. Aaxon remains on-call to service your Smart Card-operated laundry equipment for the entire duration of the lease. Aaxon’s certified technicians are your Miami property’s dependable service team, ready to be there onsite to correct any issues with the laundry equipment including hardware problems and card reader errors should those arise. Request a quote today!

Read more about the advantages of leasing commercial laundry equipment for your Miami property with Aaxon Laundry Systems here.
Hundreds of Miami multi-housing communities trust Aaxon Laundry Systems with all of their laundry needs. Read some of our Success Stories!

 

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Amber is Marketing Coordinator at Aaxon Laundry Systems, one of the nation's innovators in coin/card laundry design and development, multi-housing laundry room solutions and on-premise laundry equipment applications. Amber works closely with Aaxon’s multi-housing team to tell the stories of multi-housing laundry room transformations, laundromat retool projects, and new entrepreneur success stories. A University of Central Florida alumna, she has nearly a decade of experience in the writing and communications fields.
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Is your Community having a Holiday Party? Five holiday party ideas

Is your Community having a Holiday Party? Five holiday party ideas

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Holiday Parties Sure To Please Your Residents

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The holidays provide the perfect opportunity to bring your neighbors together to celebrate the season. When you have community amenities such as a clubhouse, there’s no need for a neighbor to go through the hassle of hosting your HOA holiday party at his or her home.

Want to throw a holiday party that will bring residents of your community together for a fun-filled evening? Here are five holiday party ideas that are sure to please your residents:

  1. Tacky Sweater Party

While so cliché these days, hosting a tacky sweater party is a great way for residents to break the ice and start mingling with each other. The ugly holiday sweater that was once popular in the 80s is making a big come back, and residents can easily find this festive attire online or come up with their own creations. Encourage residents to channel their inner-tackiness by offering prizes for the ugliest sweaters. If hosting the party at your neighborhood clubhouse, you can spruce up your community amenities for the event with bright-colored lights, oversized holiday inflatables, and tinsel-filled trees.
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Register Today! – CONDO & HOA EXPOS get information on booth availability, show sponsorship or speaking opportunities

Register Today! – CONDO & HOA EXPOS get information on booth availability, show sponsorship or speaking opportunities

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Register Today! – information on booth availability, show sponsorship or speaking opportunities

This coming spring, L&L Exhibition Management has four events that give you the opportunity to meet and have face time with Property Managers and Board Members in South Florida.

If you would like more information on booth availability, show sponsorship or speaking opportunities, please call me at (800)-374-6463 or reply to this email.
 
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Contact:
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The opportunity an HOA can capitalize on is negotiating a cell tower lease agreement that ensures consistent rent for years, often decades, to come.

The opportunity an HOA can capitalize on is negotiating a cell tower lease agreement that ensures consistent rent for years, often decades, to come.

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Companies like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint continue to explore options to meet their wireless customer demands, and part of this search includes the construction of new cell sites across the United States. Cell sites come many sizes, from a traditional tower that is big enough to climb, to an antenna that sits hidden on a rooftop, only seen by those flying over.

Cell phone usage has skyrocketed to the point of near saturation in the US. According to Pew Research Center, 95% of adults have a cell phone & a growing share of Americans now use smartphones as their primary means of online access at home. In 2016, wireless subscribers’ connections hit 377.9 million, with over $1.4 trillion (yep, trillion with a “t”) having been invested globally in the last 18 years. This is BIG business & there are opportunities for landowners to capitalize.

The opportunity an HOA can capitalize on is negotiating a cell tower lease agreement that ensures consistent rent for years, often decades, to come. There are certain pros and cons that an HOA or Condo Association must ponder if a cell tower company or wireless carrier approaches them about putting a tower on their property.
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ANNUAL MEETING TIPS FOR ASSOCIATIONS

ANNUAL MEETING TIPS FOR ASSOCIATIONS

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ANNUAL MEETING TIPS FOR ASSOCIATIONS

by Enrolled Agent Steven J. Weil, Ph.D., EA, LCAM, Royale Management Services, Inc.

 

As associations plan their annual meetings, these reminders and specific steps will be useful.

The annual meeting is a membership meeting in which every member can and should participate. Participation comes through properly-made motions, seconds, taking part in the discussion of motions and through voting.

The first order of business he is to appoint the chairperson to run the meeting.  The chairperson can be anyone who the members agree should chair the meeting.  In many associations the board president chairs the meeting; however, this requires approval of the members. Some associations ask their manager or attorney to chair the meeting.  This is acceptable as long as it is approved by the membership.  In large associations having a professional chair the meeting can help to keep it on track and see that the required business gets done properly.

A motion as to who shall chair the meeting can be made by any member of the association.  This motion must be seconded and then voted on by the members present. If the motion is approved by a majority of the member’s present, the chairperson is elected for the meeting.
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Aaxon Success Story- The Residences on Hollywood Beach

Aaxon Success Story- The Residences on Hollywood Beach

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Residences in Hollywood Beach

Sitting atop gorgeous golden sand and overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is The Residences on Hollywood Beach condominium, a chic 15-story condominium building off of Ocean Drive in Hollywood, Florida.

Steven Zamora of Atlantic Pacific Management is the property manager of The Residences and chose Aaxon for his community’s large laundry room retool and upgrade to stainless steel Smart Card-operated machines.

“My experience dealing with Aaxon since the beginning has been beyond spectacular,” says Steven. “From the contract negotiations to the scheduling of removing old equipment and putting in new, to the final completion- everything has gone smoothly!”

Housing more than 2,000 residents with 31 laundry rooms, Aaxon tackled the large-scale project quickly and efficiently.

Aaxon replaced the condominium’s current machines with high-end stainless-steel Speed Queen Quantum Commercial Washers and Dryers equipped with SmartCard technology. The machines will service the entire two-building condominium property.

“The equipment and technology they provided to the building are excellent, above the industry standard. Their commission split is very competitive,” Steven adds. “I highly recommend Aaxon for your laundry business needs.” Watch Steven Zamora’s video testimonial here.

Ready for a fresh, clean laundry room? Contact Us Today.

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Meet Your Florida Laundry Service Company

Meet Your Florida Laundry Service Company

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Aaxon Laundry Systems, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida is your number one choice for the most reliable multi-housing laundry services in the state. Trusted for more than 40 years, Aaxon has been transforming multi-housing laundry rooms in condominiums and apartments statewide.

Our dedicated Aaxon Consultants are multi-housing laundry equipment experts, with decades of experience working with property managers and board members alike to deliver the best for tenants. Aaxon consultants guide you every step of the way throughout the entire commercial laundry equipment leasing process, leaving no questions left unanswered.

Commercial Laundry Equipment Services

Aaxon provides commercial washer and dryer leasing for multi-housing properties throughout Florida, including condominiums, apartments, on premise laundry facilities in clinics, police stations, factories, and more. Our full-service commercial laundry equipment company operates entirely in-house and does not outsource any installations or deliveries, staying true to providing our customers with the best service possible. All laundry equipment installations are performed by screened and skilled technicians who will neatly install your laundry equipment hassle-free. Aaxon has laundry equipment installation experience in high-rise condominiums with multiple laundry rooms, low-rise condominiums, apartments, and more across the state of Florida. In addition, Aaxon offers laundry room enhancement services to qualifying multi-housing properties.
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Amber is Marketing Coordinator at Aaxon Laundry Systems, a Huebsch distributorship based in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Amber works closely with Aaxon’s consultants to tell the stories of multi housing laundry room transformations, laundromat retool projects, and new entrepreneur success stories. A University of Central Florida alumna, she has nearly a decade of experience in the writing and communications fields.
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