Clogs aren’t just nuisances. Backed-up water puts added pressure on your wastepipes, stressing them and shortening their lifespan. So avoid plug-ups by watching what goes down your drains. That means keeping food scraps out of kitchen drains, hair out of bathroom drains, and anything but sewage and toilet paper out of toilets.
Install screens over drains in showers and tubs, and pull out what hair you can every few weeks to prevent buildups. Scrape food into the trash before doing dishes, even if you have a disposal, and never put liquid grease down the drain; pour it into a sealable container to put in the garbage after it cools.
We all appreciate good Neighbors
Notice the time of day and what others might be going through.
Noise levels can be a huge issue with neighbors, especially late at night.
Notice who and what is around you.
Assist your neighbor if possible in an emergency situation.
Being a good neighbor makes the community more enjoyable for everyone.
Please return all shopping carts to the lobby or the trash area, the front desk staff is always available and happy to assist in bringing the cart down to the lobby if needed.
Boxes need to be broken down and placed in the trash area in the garage. Do not shove boxes into the trash chutes as this causes a huge back up.