MAY 10, 2021 AT 9am: A general note to all tenants- Greetings! We hope this email finds you in good health. Spring is upon us and lawn maintenance season has begun. Our returning landscaper is Lou’s Lawn Care and lawn maintenance is performed on a bi-weekly basis. Their next scheduled lawn cut is May 17-18, weather pending.
We ask that you refamiliarize yourself with Tenant responsibilities as it relates to exterior maintenance so that our lawn service can properly complete the regularly scheduled procedures.
Tenants are typically responsible for Maintenance of Flower Beds, Patios, Sidewalks, and Driveways (Including pulling weeds). If you are unsure of your responsibilities, please refer to the PROPERTY SPECIFIC CONDITIONS clause of your lease. Please note that: After 2 warnings of poor maintenance by the Tenant the Landlord may opt to have the grass and beds maintained on its own and bill the relative charges to the Tenants.
All pet owners are responsible for ensuring that all pet waste is removed from the yard prior to the Landscapers arrival. Please be sure to take some time to ensure that all pet waste has been removed from your yard, as pet waste present in the yard could result of in a loss of lawn service and / or fees.
Pet Agreement – Item 5 Tenant will clean up and dispose of all pet waste and keep all areas clean on a daily basis. After two warnings for failure to remove pet waste from the yard, Landlord may remedy the waste issue at its convenience. The Tenant will be responsible for all expenses and will reimburse Landlord in accordance with the TENANT DAMAGE TO LEASED PREMISES clause. Should the pet waste cause a disruption in yard maintenance service, Tenant agrees to all fees associated with lawn service for the remainder of the lease agreement.
Lease Agreement Page 2 TENANT DAMAGE TO LEASED PREMISES Tenant must pay additional charges for any damages to the Leased Premises. Additional charges for damages are due within 30 days and will take precedence over rent payments, meaning that damages will be satisfied prior to rent payments being satisfied.
We thank you in advance for your help with in addressing the items above. Have a nice rest of your day. Cindy
APRIL 30, 2021 AT 1:52PM: This is an urgent notification from Pennsylvania American Water. Our crews are making emergency repairs due to main break In the 19th Ward of Pittsburgh. You reside in the affected area and may experience discolored or cloudy water, low water pressure, or no water. Repairs are expected to take approximately eight hours to complete. When water service is restored, customers may experience discolored water. If your water is discolored, run the cold water taps only, at the lowest level of the house for about 3 to 5 minutes until the water runs clear. You will not receive any further notification unless additional action is required or conditions change.
MarCH 16, 2021 at 8:51pm: LAWN CUTTING BEGINS April 12, 2021 WITH LOU'S LAWN SERVICE. LOU IS A LOCAL SOUTH HILLS RESIDENT AND WE WELCOME HIMAND HIS CREW for their second year TO OUR TEAM OF SERVICE PROVIDERS. PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF YOUR PET DROPPINGS IN YOUR YARDS OR GATES THAT ARE LOCKED FROM THE INSIDE. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SPRING AND SUNSHINE IN PITTSBURGH!
February 17, 2021 at 11:18am: To date Pittsburgh is experiencing one of the snowiest winterS on record, ACCORDING TO THE us nATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH. The average snowfall per year is 25.6 inches, we have received 52 inches of snow thus far. We remind all residents in single family homes and duplexes to clear the snow from ALL WALKS WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE SNOWFALL ENDING. iN MANY CASES, ICE ACCUMMULATES FASTER THAN 24 HOURS AND REMOVING THE SNOW FROM YOUR WALK IS EASIEST BEFORE FOOT TRAFFIC OCCURS. wHEN CLEARING SNOW, PLEASE CLEAR THE SNOW FROM AROUND YOUR FURNACE EXHAUST TO PREVENT A BLOCKAGE. lOU'S lANDSCAPING IS OUR SNOW REMOVAL PARTNER AND WILL CONTINUE TO SERVICE APARTMENT HOMES WITH 3 UNITS OR MORE tending to the walks and designated lots. If you have a question if your building is serviced by Lou, pLease reach out to us at email@example.com.
JULY 6, 2020 AT 2:21PM: heat wave advisory: as are aware, the Pittsburgh Region is currently experiencing a heat wave with 90 degree temperatures for the next 1-2 weeks. AC units will be pushed to the limit during this time. While our staff is available during normal business hours to address your cooling concerns, please consider the following tips to keep your home cool. 1. Set the thermostat higher In extreme temperatures it's best to set your thermostat on 75-78 degrees (or higher) and learn to live with a little heat for a short amount of time. 2. Turn the fan switch to the "on" position Turning your fan switch to the "on" position instead of leaving it on "auto" will help circulate the air in your home and will also help rooms that are too hot or cool. This approach will help "some" with the temperature differences in 2 story homes. 3. Keep shades closed on extremely hot days Keeping the shades closed on the sunny side of the house will assist in cooling the home on extremely hot days. 4. Close off unused rooms to conserve energy Take a few minutes and close the air vents inside the unused rooms or bathrooms. The doors should also be closed to these rooms to conserve energy and force the cool air to stay in the occupied areas of your home. 5. Consider using fans to keep you cool The fan cools the occupant, not the air. A fan will dry up the perspiration on your skin and make you feel cooler...so your thermostat can be set higher, so your air conditioning system doesn't need to work as hard to cool your home! 6. Don't use appliances on extremely hot days NoT USINg the stove, dishwasher or dryer on extremely hot days will help keep your home cooler by simply not introducing heat into an already warm environment. If you do need to use these appliances, try limiting their use to certain times of the day when the outside temperatures are cooler and your AC unit isn't working overtime to cool your home.
MAY 13, 2020 AT 2:21pm: a team of PA RealtoRs, lead by Mary Ellen Donato, of Howard Hanna Real Estate, is representing Trisda Group Listings. The HOward Hanna team Will be interacting with residents to schedule showings along with yard signs placed for their listings.
MAY 11, 2020 AT 11:30AM: Showings of occupied or unoccupied will resume in allegheny county on may 15, 2020.
APRIL 22, 2020 AT 1:49PM SINCE THE STAY AT HOME ORDER HAS BEEN PLACED BY PENNSYLVANIA'S GOVERNOR , OUR MAINTENAnce satt HAS EXPERIENCED AN EXPONENTIAL AMOUNT OF SERVICE CALLS RELATED TO MAIN SEWER CLOGS IN OUR PROPERTIES. PLEASE BE ADVISED, DO NOT FLUSH ANYTHING OTHER THAN TOILET PAPER AND HUMAN WASTE DOWN THE TOILET.
HERE IS A LIST FROM PA AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES OF ITEMS THAT CANNOT BE PUT INTO THE SEWER SYSTEM AND SHOULD BE PLACED IN THE TRASH CAN: -ACIDS -BABY WIPES -CAT LITTER -CIGARETTE FILTERS -CONDOMS -DIAPERS -FACIAL TISSUES -FOOD SCRAPS -ENGINE COOLANTS (ANTIFREEZE) -GAS OR MOTOR FUELS -GREASE & FATS -HAIR -HERBICIDES -PAINT & PAINT THINNERS -PAPER -PAPER TOWELS -PESTICIDES -PETROLEUM SOLVENTS -PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS -PLASTICS -SANITARY NAPKINS -SEPTIC TANK ADDITIVES -TAMPONS -TEXTILES -TOXIC CHEMICALS VARNISHES -USED MOTOR OILS -WATER SOFTENER BACKWASH
APRIL 6, 2020- LAWN CUTTING BEGINS THIS WEEK WITH LOU'S LAWN SERVICE. LOU IS A LOCAL SOUTH HILLS RESIDENT AND WE WELCOME HIMAND HIS CREW TO OUR TEAM OF SERVICE PROVIDERS. PLEASE BE MINDFUL OF YOUR PET DROPPINGS IN YOUR YARDS OR GATES THAT ARE LOCKED FROM THE INSIDE. IF YOU HAVE A SPECIAL CONSIDERATION FOR LOU'S TEAM, PLEASE REACH OUT TO CINDY IN THE OFFICE. WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SPRING AND SUNSHINE IN PITTSBURGH!
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