Do I have any legal avenues I could pursue against my apartment complex?

A sprinkler near my designated parking spot at my apartment complex sprays my car several times a week leaving hard water stains on the paint. I know the stains can eventually ruin the paint. It is both annoying and time consuming fixing the problem because the stains do not just wash off, they have to be buffed out, EVERY WEEK. I was hoping for some advice before confronting the management. Thanks.

Asked By: iknowudouknowme69 - 6/11/2008
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I don't get this at all... More
Answered By: wendy c - 6/11/2008
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I would have talked to them after the first time. The sprinkler can easily be redirected.
Answered By: americanfreeman - 6/11/2008
Bring it to the attention to the management. Perhaps the sprinklers could be adjusted so they don't spray your car. Is your car the only one that gets water on it... More
Answered By: Terri M - 6/11/2008
...if it one of those "pop-up" sprinklers...? just kick the top off the sprinkler and jam a piece of wood in the pipe (most likely a piece of plastic or PVC...just make sure you have a piece that will jam up the flow... it wont hurt the system and you'll eliminate the water...since the sprinklers come on at night... More
Answered By: SirWilliam - 6/11/2008
first ask nicely if they refuse u could have a case. but u will have to prove that its more damage then rain cause cars are designed to take that. Chances are it can simply be redirected or can be given another spot to aviod headache
Answered By: Jupiter Ceasar Leprechaun II - 6/11/2008
No there is nothing you can do, the apartments have the right to use the sprinklers to keep the landscaping alive and in good looking shape. I think you should get a car cover, I know it's a bother but do you really want to live in a building with only mud and dirt around it because they cant water the grounds... More
Answered By: rtleggettsr - 6/11/2008
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