RESIDENT NEWS BOARD:
JULY 14, 2020 AT 7:50pm :
RESIDENTS LOCATED IN THE MT WASHINGTON AREA OF BOGGS AVE AND SOUTHERN AVE HAVE REPORTED NO WATER OR LOW WATER PRESSURE. PWSA IS WORKING ON A WATER MAIN BREAK ON BOGGS AVENUE.
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.
Ikos FOr property owners and renters will COntinue to Host Listings as they have done in the past.
MAY 11, 2020 AT 11:30AM:
Showings of occupied or unoccupied will resume in allegheny county on may 15, 2020.
May 5, 2020 AT 11:50am:
Residents located in the Mt Washington area of Boggs Ave and Southern Ave have reported no water or low water pressure. PWSA is working on a Water Main break on Boggs Avenue. THey have stated work may last until 5pm this evening.
PWSA UpdateS can be found here: https://www.pgh2o.com/projects-maintenance/service-outages/odd-addresses-boggs-avenue-lelia-street-arion-street
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:
-ENGINE COOLANTS (ANTIFREEZE)
-GAS OR MOTOR FUELS
-GREASE & FATS
-PAINT & PAINT THINNERS
-PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS
-SEPTIC TANK ADDITIVES
-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 HIM AND 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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