You recycle. You use energy efficient lighting. You bring your own bags to the store. Sounds pretty good! What’s next? Maybe composting? |
Composting is a fantastic way to reduce trash in the landfill, and you get a major reward, too—rich... (Read More)
We know you’ve heard the term “haste makes waste.” But don’t be too hasty in reading the blog below. Here you can find helpful trips related to preventing waste when it comes to property management.
Start off with savings
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Salt Lake City Utah – Smart Rain is excited to announce the launch of our new IOS and Android mobile applications; a new and amazing mobile app that will help landscapers, and property managers better manage their irrigation watering needs. The... (Read More)
A great way to go green or live a sustainable lifestyle is to start with taking a closer look at the materials we purchase and use in our life. If you'r considering upgrading your home's flooring but you're concerned about the environmental impact... (Read More)
If you’re trying to increase the recycling rate in your community AND you have a homeowner’s association, you’re in luck. They may be your ticket to getting residents of your properties to recycle more. Read on to see how.
Make a... (Read More)
Warm weather means more time outdoors! While you're enjoying fun in the sun, don't ignore the interior of your home. Summer is a great time to go green inside and look at some things to reduce your energy usage, improve air quality, and save some... (Read More)
You want to be the best property manager that you can, but it’s hard. Challenges constantly present themselves – especially when it comes to saving energy for the buildings you oversee. If you’re tired of watching utility bills skyrocket... (Read More)
How long has it been since you looked around your home or office and done an audit for chemicals or toxins? Maybe now is the time to refresh and detoxify your space. Doing so may lead to feeling better and being healthier short and long... (Read More)
Property managers rarely work alone. Just the word “manager” implies you’re in charge of corralling something, be it staff, projects budgets or more. And if you do have a staff, how do you get them to work as hard as you do?
Set the... (Read More)