In California, the landlord's maintenance responsibilities vary. You
can typically find these responsibilities listed in the lease. If you
are a landlord or you want to find out if your landlord will purchase
blinds in San Jose for your business or office, watch this video clip.
Landlords in California are normally responsible for maintaining the structure
itself. Necessities for living such as air conditioning, heating, water,
and plumbing should be taken care of by the landlord. Landlords are usually
required to install smoke detectors in residential properties. The landlord
is not responsible for cleaning up after the tenant or pay for repairs
that are due to the tenant's negligence. Some landlords install blinds
or commercial blinds depending on the property because this lowers energy
bills and gives the tenants additional privacy. However, landlords are
not required by law to provide window coverings.