Meet QPM Team Member April Bellon

San Diego, CA, April 30, 2017 – Quality Property Maintenance (www.qpmaint.com) announced today that April Bellon has joined the QPM team in the key role of Work Order Administrator to provide the QPM unique brand of outstanding service to the growing portfolio of valued clients in the San Diego area.  April has her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and comes with the highest recommendations.

April has a 15 year background in high level office administration. April has the crucial responsibility of ensuring the work order production progresses smoothly. This includes work order entries, support with directing operations, as well as tech upkeep for the work order database program. April works with QPM Team Members in scheduling, tracking progress, and providing field support follow through. She upholds a close working relationship with vendors to gather information and update work order information. April plays an essential role in delivering the supreme customer service and support that QPM is recognized for throughout the property maintenance industry.

Mark Huha, Founder of Quality Property Maintenance says, “We are delighted to welcome April to our team of experienced professionals.  I feel April is a perfect fit to continue providing first class service to our highly valued clients”.

About Quality Property Maintenance

Quality Property Maintenance is an Award Winning San Diego Small Business focused on helping individuals create value in the properties in which they live. We have been delivering total property maintenance services exclusively to HOA’s for over 20 years. The mission of our team is to provide world class customer service every day, one customer at a time. We create value for our customers and work hard to enrich the community in which we live, work and raise our families. We feel a sense of pride of home ownership through the eyes of our customers and pursue excellence with a passion. Our core values and principles are reflected in our Brand Promise, “Big Enough to Serve, Small Enough to Care”.