Water trees, shrubs, lawns and perennials during prolonged dry fall and winter periods to prevent root damage that affects the health of the entire plant. Water only when air and soil temperatures are above 40 degrees F with no snow cover. Established large trees have a root spread equal to or greater than the height of the tree. Apply water to the most critical part of the root zone within the drip line. Don't forget that you need to change your furnace filter every month, if it has slipped your mind please replace it, it will be better for you in the long run. When daylight savings begins it is a good time to check your carbon and monoxide detector, batteries and smoke batteries as well. A working smoke alarm and carbon monoxide saves lives, change your clock, change your batteries.
Remember with warmer weather comes household pests. Per your lease it is your responsibility to spray for your typical offenders like: ants, flies, and spiders. Any multi pest spray will do the trick. If you have an infestation like: hornets or bees, please feel free to call our office for assistance.
It is going to be another hot and windy summer this season. DO NOT put a fire pit in your backyard without management approval and permission first. Also, consider gas grills instead of briquettes as there is less chance of accidental fires.
Remember to be courteous to your neighbors during warmer weather. With the windows open, you share everything this is happening in your home with everyone around you. If you plan to do a BBQ or party, invite your neighbors or make them aware of this special event, this way there are no misunderstandings, hard feelings, or cars towed!
Please remember, AC units are not made to bring the temperature to 60 degrees in your home. Set them for a moderate 70 degrees and you should have no problem, any lower and you may cause the unit to freeze up and cause an expensive service call, you did not expect to pay for. Read the instruction manual for BEST results. Ask permission BEFORE installing window AC units.
HAVE A GREAT AND SAFE SPRING! THANK YOU!