Hurricanes are stressful situations. It’s important to take control early, securing everything you can, and making sure you have what you need to prepare for the impending storm. Coastal residents are at higher risk, but in Florida, even inland structures can incur damage if a powerful storm crosses the state.
It was a dark and stormy night… and you had no idea how to find the safest spot in your apartment building for you and your family to ride out the storm!
Don’t let your next dinner party go up in smoke! Cooking fires are the most common cause of household fires, and you don't have to own a commercial-sized Viking range to feel the heat.
Moving can be strenuous exercise. When you’re not prepared for the rigors of a move, injuries can occur.
Will you be receiving new electronics, jewelry or other big-ticket items as gifts this holiday season? And (hint, hint), will you also be getting the receipts?
Summer is still officially one month away, but swimming pools everywhere will be opening this Memorial Day weekend. Sure, the summer is beach season, but at your apartment community pool, there’s no risk of painful jellyfish stings and hidden dangers lurking in the sand.
So to prepare you for the months ahead, here are eight pieces of advice to help you make the most of pool season before it's too late!
As cliche as it may sound, we must remind you to keep safety first. Every pool has its own set of rules that need to be followed. They should be clearly posted in the pool area. You, your children and guests should become familiar with the rules to avoid being banned for silly things like splashing, diving or excessive cannonballing. Most importantly, never leave children in the pool unattended - not even for a quick run to the bathroom. Stay in the shallow end of the pool if you have to.
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Living in an apartment has many perks: maintenance on call, amenities, no need to rake leaves, and less space to worry about cleaning. Apartments buildings aren’t only beneficial for adults but also for children. If you think about it, apartment…