Community Management Blog
Blog Entries - 2021
How to Optimize Your Bedroom for Sleep
A good night’s sleep is something we all dream of.
Unfortunately, for many of us, we fantasize about a good night’s sleep the day after we tossed and turned half the night away.
Often, we know we should be getting more sleep, but when it comes time to rest our eyes, we find that we simply are not tired.
Most people assume the issue is with their circadian rhythm, but the truth is that the issue often lies within our bedroom.
Front Porch Trends to Keep Your Eye on the New Year
Everyone knows that a well-designed front porch can be the highlight of even the most opulent homes.
However, if you look around, you will quickly find that many beautifully built front porches are marred by ugly décor and out-of-date fashion trends.
There have been a few subtle, yet significant, changes in front porch design in the 2020s that every front porch owner needs to be aware of.
How to Find Extra Storage Space in Your Home
Clothes, decorations, cords, knick-knacks.
It seems everyone has too much stuff nowadays and no place to put it.
No matter how much space you have in your home, it always seems like you have more stuff than storage space.
Leaving unused items out in your living room is an eyesore and makes any homeowner feel as if they can’t keep up with the Joneses.
Warning Signs of Bad Neighbors and How to Deal with Them
The property is perfect both inside and out. The neighborhood is lovely. The school district is excellent, and the Homeowners Association is an ideal match. You're ready to rent or buy your future home,
How to Take Care of Your Lawn Without Using Harmful Chemicals
Pesticides are harmful. There’s no way around that. Even though they make lawn care easy, pesticides are poisonous to organic life. After spraying pesticides, it is essential to keep off your lawn for the
Appliances in Your Home that can have Hidden Danger (and How to Protect Yourself)
Every homeowner is worried about damage to their property and worse, possible dangers to their loved ones. Many people consider break-ins and falling trees when they think about major threats to their