With a recent surge across the U.S. in COVID-19 cases, it is more important than ever to invest in technology that keeps you, your on-site staff, and your residents safe. We have previously discussed ways, such as UV-C Disinfection Lighting, to combat the spread of the virus, but how do you combat a resident or staff member testing positive for COVID-19?
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification is recognized as a globally used green building rating system for all building types to provide the foundation for healthy, efficient, sustainable, and cost-saving green buildings.
In partnership with LED Lighting Consulting, Converged Services recently announced a safe and smart way for community associations to open during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by utilizing Ultraviolet (UV-C) disinfection lighting.
With everything that 2020 has brought so far, it is hard to believe that hurricane season is upon us. While it is vital to stock up on water, non-perishable food, and batteries, it is also important to invest in the proper technology, which could save your life during a hurricane.
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Apartment rentals have spiked 11% since 2018. The increase is in part due to Millennials not wanting to be tied down to lengthy mortgages. Others believe it is more affordable to rent than to buy.
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There’s a good reason why a report found that by 2022, there will be 29 million connected devices. It’s almost impossible to navigate society these days without reliable internet and cellular service.
When you’re managing an apartment complex, one of the things you’ll have to decide is which utilities you want to include. Utilities for an apartment can cover everything from water, sewer systems, and electricity to security systems and landline phones. Which of these you cover and how well they work can have a big impact on both your renters and your bottom line.
According to the Department of Defense in the mid-1990s, over 300,000 houses on the base required significant renovation. However, the issue is that they could not afford the cost to modernize the home.