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Close Call
Saturday, 19 August 2006

Recieved the following the other day from a guy named cBeasal:

"Hey Zoro. I took a look at 1075 Jervis the other day and I thought I might move in. My intuition was sending out other vibes so at the last minute I Googled the address and came up with this site.  I'm not going to take the chance. Thanks for the heads up and good luck. Cool idea!"

 Happily, it looks like we are having an impact. Send us your Horror Stories if you have them or near misses if you don't. We're more than happy to save your bacon.

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This site is dedicated to helping the victims -- or rather tenants -- of Zoro-owned residential dwellings.


False Economy

Since the New Year, the folks at Zoro have reduced water pressure to a minimum in an effort to cut costs. With petroleum prices at an all-time high, no doubt heating up water for a building this size can be pricey.

Water use in one part of the building can have a severe impact on the water temperature at any given time in other parts so cutting back water supply will end up costing just as much if not more as residents spend more and more time in the shower adjusting the hot and cold rather than getting on with their ablutions.

Since residents are paying for but not receiving an adequate supply of hot water [or cold water for that matter] the Zoros may end up making reimbursements for services not received. So much for a money-saving strategy.

The pipes at 1075 Jervis Street are so old and corroded that it takes little more than a hiccup to blow them apart. Rather than replace the pipes, reducing the water pressure is seen as a way of avoiding the inevitable indefinitely. The problem with that theory is that the low-to-no pressure results in air bubbles in the line. The uneven pressure caused by the air as it seeks to escape simply blasts out pinholes in the weakest parts of the pipes. A real savvy strategy that one too.