June 2021 Newsletter Article
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June 2021 Newsletter Article

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Maintenance Reminders

• Check decks, porches, and steps. These areas get very slick when wet or icy; consider installing an antiskid type material on them.
• Winterize air conditioning systems. If you have central air, cover the outside unit with a tarp or plastic sheet and secure with bungee cords.
• Clean carpets. Shampooing can leave residue; try steam cleaning as an alternative. Have them looking great before the family visits for the holidays.
• Enjoy the Holidays

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Maintenance Reminders

• Check decks, porches, and steps. These areas get very slick when wet or icy; consider installing an antiskid type material on them.
• Winterize air conditioning systems. If you have central air, cover the outside unit with a tarp or plastic sheet and secure with bungee cords.
• Clean carpets. Shampooing can leave residue; try steam cleaning as an alternative. Have them looking great before the family visits for the holidays.
• Enjoy the Holidays

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September 2020 Newsletter Article

Make Your Home Safer in Wicked Weather “Wicked weather can happen anytime, anywhere. Being prepared will offer you, your family and your home greater protection. The Manufactured housing Institute offers the following tips. Take Shelter – Often times, the safest place to be during a storm is at home or in a designated shelter, depending on the storm’s severity. That said, it’s important to know more about how your home was constructed. Keep in mind that new homes are subject to regional safety standards to help ensure they can stand up to extreme conditions likely to occur in the area. So, if you live in an older home, consider retrofitting it with newer products that are more resistant to high winds…” -MHI

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