Recent years have seen a rise in the harshness of severe weather and the cost of repairs for the damage left behind. It is not uncommon for severe weather relief to cost in the billions. This means it is more important now than ever to protect your property from severe weather.
Residents want to live where they feel safe. Invest in small security upgrades that show safety is a top priority. Maintaining a safe community is one of the best things you can do to help attract residents and improve retention. Many safety products may seem like small additions, but they send a big message to families, seniors, and others that you put safety and security first.
Are you spending too much time worrying about how to replace locks, knobs, and other door hardware? We've eliminated the guesswork for you with the products that are best suited for your property, so you can be confident that your projects will be hassle-free.
Each year, OSHA releases its top 10 list — the most frequently cited violations of OSHA standards across all industries. Complying with OSHA standards helps you keep workers safe and avoid costly fines.
Property managers are responsible for providing safe and healthy conditions for their tenants. Rental property safety includes keeping tenants safe from physical harm from insecure or damaged structures, reducing the threat of criminal intruders that could harm or threaten your tenants, and providing a property that does not negatively affect a tenant’s health.
Every June, National Safety Month brings awareness to preventing injuries in the workplace. Workplace safety is not only a universal business need, it's a government-mandated right. Effectively safeguarding your multifamily property and its personnel is paramount to the health and success of your business.
Power your business with the right commercial electric generators from Edge Supply. We carry a variety of portable and standby generators built for use by businesses like yours.
DID YOU KNOW? For residents, theft is largest cause of property loss. Keep your property safe and secure. Here are some tips to deter crime at your properties:
Managing properties involves making sure standards are met and procedures are understood by your staff, visitors, and residents.
Preparation is key to avoiding the devastation of fire in a unit. Use these 5 tips to guarantee fire safety measures are being followed on your property.
Getting the flu is expensive and can compromise the health of the people in your facility. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu costs American businesses $7 billion a year in sick days and lost productivity. Each year, employees miss approximately 17 million workdays due to the flu.