Are you suffering from secondhand smoke drifting into your apartment or condo? You are not alone. The secondhand smoke from even one tenant smoking indoors can drift into multiple other units and cause health problems and reduced quality of life for other residents.
Thankfully, landlords and property management companies are becoming more responsive to the majority of their tenants who want to live in a home that is free from secondhand smoke exposure. A smoke-free building is in the best interest of both tenants and landlords. Many types of rental housing are adopting smoke-free policies to not only protect the health of the tenants, but also to save money by reducing maintenance and turnover costs, and reduce the risk of fire.