Community News And Events
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Community News And Events Newsletter Editions
Click or press the link to read our February, 2020 newsletter edition.
Freeze Warning Tips For Residents
An important part of our initial online Community News And Events newsletter follows.
When temperatures are forecast to be below 32 °F, water pipes can freeze, burst, and
cause a great deal of damage. Help protect your apartment home by taking these steps
during a freeze:
- Let your faucets drip! Run both hot and cold water in a very fine stream in each of your apartment’s faucets: kitchen sink, bathroom sinks, bath tubs, showers, etc.
- Open your cupboards! Leave the cabinet doors under all sinks open so that the pipes will be ventilated with warm air. Leaving the bathroom and kitchen doors open helps too.
- Heat your home! If you leave for the day (or an extended period of time) do not turn the heat completely off. Turn it on, set to the lowest setting you wish (60° is recommended).
- Be alert! If you see anything unusual – for example if your water does not come on, or if you see water leaking anywhere in or around your apartment building, notify the rent office and the maintenance team immediately!
Community Newsletter And More
We hope you enjoy reading our Community News And Events newsletter. If you want to know more about Paloma Terrace history and plans for the future, there is also a page about us that covers it all.
Simple Safety Tips for Apartment Living
For additional reading, the blog post at Multifamily Insiders is important for us all even though it wasn’t published in our Community News And Events newsletter. These safety tips are timeless as you can see from the 2010 publication date.