by Andrew Ruhland
In order to protect the well-being of residents and onsite associates alike, apartment communities have a myriad of health procedures and best practices in place.
From doing routine smoke alarm testing and changing air filters to cleaning up trash around properties and ensuring well-kept curb appeal, operators aim to protect the health and safety of their residents and onsite team members.
Beyond the obvious issues like excessive trash or insufficient smoke alarms, one of the more sinister health threats at apartment communities is pet waste.
Read Andrew Ruhland’s article in Rental Housing Journal.