March Madness is over, flowers are blooming, the birds are singing and our houses are ready for some spring cleaning inside and out. Spring cleaning is a practice that allows us to freshen up our homes and get us geared up for the spring and summer seasons.
Part of spring cleaning is removing the clutter you don’t need. Plan a garage sale. First, check the regulations for your community on garage sales and advertising with signs. Please check your HOA rules or contact Diversified Association Management if you need to know the regulations of your community.
Spring Cleaning Community Events and Yard Sales is another good way to get the homeowners involved. You know the saying “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”. Diversified Association Management could help your HOA spearhead a community yard sale or clean up event. There are many options to reach the community, contact your community manager at Diversified Association Management for advertising options in the monthly newsletter.
As our lawns finally begin to turn green after a long winter, it’s time to pay attention to it. Give your lawn a good spring cleaning to promote grass growth by removing leaves and debris, gently rake, and aerate. Your lawn mowing equipment could also need a spring tune-up. Sharpen the blades on the mower to make summer mowing a breeze!
Spring cleaning is the ideal time, also to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
Diversified Association Management is dedicated to making sure the community is abiding by the guidelines set forth in your HOA Covenants.