3 Areas To Focus On As A Property Manager In The Summertime

Posted on: 13 June 2016

As a property manager, it is your job to keep the properties that you are responsible for in good shape. Here are three areas that you should focus on during the summer months in order to ensure that the properties you are responsible for stay in top shape. Landscaping One of the primary areas you need to focus on during the summer months is landscape maintenance. Summer is one of the most popular times of the year for families and individuals to move and relocate.
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Ideas For Refinishing Your Basement For A Homeschool Room

Posted on: 13 April 2016

Homeschooling is an option that is being chosen by more and more families, which means that it makes sense to carve out a space in your home to serve as the main learning area. Otherwise, you may end up with school books and science projects taking over the kitchen table or living room. An unfinished basement provides just the blank canvas you need to create a learning room that is separate from the rest of the home, allowing you to shut the door on half finished projects until the following day.
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Enhancing The Security Of Your Storage Shed

Posted on: 11 November 2015

If you plan to store valuable items in your storage shed, there are some additional steps to take to ensure that the shed is as secure as it can possibly be. Below, you will find several tips that will help you choose the best location for your shed and do all that you can to prevent thieves from breaking into it. Location Choice You probably don't want your storage shed planted right in the middle of your yard, but you do want it to be somewhere that you can easily see it from your house--yet slightly hidden from the direct view of the road.
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Restaurant Owners: How To Prevent Odors In Your Restaurant

Posted on: 25 June 2015

No matter how hard you might try to avoid it, there is always a chance that odors could find their way into your restaurant. Between cooking, throwing away old food and dealing with spills both in the kitchen and in the dining area, it's inevitable that everything might not smell fresh and clean all of the time. However, unpleasant odors can make your restaurant seem less than pleasant and appealing and can even affect your reputation.
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