Power outages are a common occurrence in residential homes. If your property loses power, first call your utility provider. There may be an outside factor causing the problem, including bad weather.
If you're the only home impacted, you may have tripped your circuit breaker. Locate the breaker for your home and make sure the lever is in the ON position. If it isn't, reset it and the power should be restored.
Try to identify what overloaded the circuit and prevent future reoccurrences to stay safe.
Your home's water heater should simply a constant supply of hot water for your property. If you don't have hot water access, locate the tank and check that the temperature control settings are correct.
If you reset your tank, wait at least 20 minutes before testing whether or not the tank is working properly.
Don't have heat or air conditioning in your rental property? Check the main thermostat and make certain that the settings are accurate. You may also need to replace the filters on your furnace or an electrical problem could be causing the outage.