Property Management

team with a vision

" Our unique and exclusive product programs will provide a cost effective specification, tailored for your property every time. "

PDC Interiors Property Management Division is dedicated to providing multi-family residential Property Managers and Owners, and also Commercial Real Estate Asset Managers, not just with cost effective products and services, aimed at meeting everyday resident or tenant turn-over needs, but also long term upgrading strategies to enhance the income potential of a particular property, thereby creating the all-important equity appreciation.

Even though servicing the needs of the income property management industry is only one part of PDC Interiors business, we’ve created enough scale and specialization in this field to compete cost effectively with any company you might want to compare us to. And; we’re proud to say we have long time exclusive relationships with several major property management accounts who will attest to our capabilities and competiveness.

With many years of experience, specific to the property management industry, our account representatives are well versed in the specialized needs of this field. We maintain inventory of carpet, (both tile and broadloom), hard surface flooring materials, and other finishes and fixtures designed and produced specifically for this very price competitive part of our business.

And; even though price is important, we know that dependable service and, especially, fast response can be even more critical to your bottom line. Particularly in multifamily residential income properties, we realize that every day a unit sits unavailable is lost revenue. Our dedicated account representatives, who understand and appreciate this critical element, have established processes and procedures to ensure your timeline will be met quickly and efficiently.

When acquiring or being referred to a new income property owner, or asset management company, our first goal is to assess the particular needs for this potential client and learn their individual short and long term goals and expectations. This enables us to create a consistent strategy to most effectively service the account in general, and even a secondary strategy designed for each particular property in that client’s portfolio.

So; even though common wisdom might dictate that income property owners and management companies would have similar needs and priorities, our experience has taught us that each client’s preferences and goals are different. And, only by recognizing your needs and priorities, can we maximize the benefit PDC will bring to you. We believe this approach is essential. And yet, it is an approach that is hard to find among our competition.

If you are looking for a new and consistently superior source for your property management needs, we invite you to contact us.

Healthcare & Corporate Clients

Richard Long - President American Capital Realty Group
Walter Fuentes - Environmental Services Director Emerald Court
Ron Kolar - President Labri Management
Dr. Martin O’Toole Pasedena Cosmetic Surgery
Karen Price - Gharzeddine - CEO San Gabriel Hospital
Chris Parker - CEO Solvang Lutheran Home / Solvang
Michael Fontana - President Michael & Associates Contract Group / Palm Desert
William G Heideman - President Hollenbeck Palms / Los Angeles
Harris Koenig - CEO San Antonio Community Hospital / Upland
Mike Marcus - General Manager OC Water District / Fountain Valley
Steve Rogers - Director of Facilities Pilgrim Place / Claremont
Andrea Stassi - Project Manager Jacobs / Orange
Mike Rembis - President Avanti Health / El Segundo
Calvin Fakkema - Director of Facilities Anaheim Regional Medical Center
Paul Fice - Director of Facilities JFK Memorial Hospital / Indio
Meghan Domer - Director of Facilities Edwards Lifesciences / Irvine
Dan Bowers - C.O.O. Riverside Community Hospital / Beverly Hospital
Bruce Sepielli - Director of Facilities Desert Regional Medical Center / Palm Springs
Debbie Webber - CEO Prospect Health / Santa Ana
John Rudolph Fountain Valley Regional Medical Center
Devin Hugie - Director of Facilities CHOC / Orange



Luxury Vinyl Tile for Apartment Flooring Replacement

The apartment industry is finding better ways to keep from getting floored by high turnover costs when it comes to providing effective walkable surfaces under residents’ feet. As the comparative cost differential for hard surface floors, versus carpeting, is narrowing, luxury vinyl tile or L.V.T., in particular, is growing in demand as an appropriate surface in areas previously specified for carpeting.  Income property owners and management companies are increasingly opting for L.V.T. due to two factors: First, the replacement cycle for L.V.T. is at least twice as long as a carpeted surface, and secondly; the wood plank look, (the most common…

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Carpet Tile Versus Broadloom

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Not commonly known by facilities managers, and certainly not known by the typical commercial tenant, is the “Lift System Technology” modular carpet installation option, increasingly in use for occupied office areas, especially for those with built in work stations, now almost universally in use. In times when broadloom carpet was the primary option for higher end commercial carpet installations, there would be no installation procedure choice, other than removing and replacing all the contents from the work areas, including the tearing down and re-assembly of any built in work stations. With the advent of modular carpet tile, (first used mostly…

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