You can reserve a parking space or inquire about available spaces by contacting Espoon Asunnot’s customer service. If there are no spaces available, you can join the queue to get a parking space later. Some of our parking spaces are in a parking garage, some have heating poles and some do not.
Parking space agreements are made with the main tenant. Once the parking space agreement has been made, the maintenance company will provide you with a parking permit and a key to the heating pole or parking garage, if necessary. For the maintenance company, you will need a confirmation of the parking space agreement as well as your ID card.
Most of our properties have the option to purchase a charging point for electric and hybrid cars. At the moment, we only offer slow charging (power 1.8 kW), which, however, can charge the car for more than 100 km overnight, which is good enough for most hybrid cars. To get more information and order a charging point, please go to https://eparking.fi/fi/espoonasunnot (in Finnish).
When a new charger is installed on a heating pole for an electric or hybrid car, the adjacent parking space also receives a new, slightly different heating outlet. The outlet has a token lock that works with, for example, a shopping trolley token or coin. Therefore, there is no need for a new key. Instructions for use and adjusting the heating time can be found inside the casing.
Please call our customer service if you want to change your parking space.
You can also cancel your parking space by calling our customer service. The period of notice is one calendar month.
Guest parking spaces are only intended for short-term use by residents’ guests. Guests can usually park in the spaces for four hours and must use a parking disc. At some of our properties, guests need a separate guest parking permit. You can apply for long-term guest parking spaces at the maintenance company.
Please note that only inspected and insured cars can be parked in our parking spaces. It is forbidden to park recreational vehicles, caravans, trailers and lorries in our parking spaces.
Each resident is responsible for winter maintenance of their own parking space. The maintenance company ploughs and sands the access routes, but removing snow from the parking space and sanding it belongs to the resident.