As the pandemic continues, one of the biggest concerns facing housing providers is operating safely, in a sustainable way, in the long-term. Read on for tips on keeping staff, tenants, and contractors safe during COVID-19.Read More
To help slow the spread of COVID-19 transmission, housing providers have been operating with enhanced cleaning protocols to help protect the health and safety of tenants and staff. Some have been using fogging machines to augment regular cleaning routines. Read on to learn more about foggers and how they work.Read More
As the need for social distancing wears on, it may no longer be feasible to put off less urgent maintenance work, fire inspections, and general unit inspections. So how can housing providers conduct repairs and inspections while protecting the health of residents, staff, and contractors?Read More
Spring has officially arrived, and this particular spring comes with a unique set of challenges. Many community housing providers are finding it difficult to maintain services due to reduced staff availability and the need to work under the constraints of social distancing protocols.
Read on to learn about some of the important tasks you may be able to get started on, even with reduced staffing.
The school buses are back on the roads and the air is getting cooler. That can only mean one thing for non-profit housing providers – it’s time to start thinking about fall and winter maintenance!Read More