Inside this Newsletter
- Important Dates to Remember
- Updates at Hales Property Management
- Spring Grilling Season: 3 Tips for Safety
- Best of the Blog
- Maintenance Tip: Adjusting Closet Doors
- From the Desk of Keith Hales
Important Dates to Remember
- May 2-8 Chicago Improv Festival
- May 7-23 Chicago Symphony Orchestra Spring Festival
- May 14-24 Chicago Craft Beer Week
- May 24 Bike the Drive
- May 28 Chicago Memorial Day Parade
Planning your Chicago summer festival schedule?
Updates at Hales Property Management
Wishing all the Moms out there a very happy Mother’s Day!
Spring Grilling Season: 3 Tips for Safety
As the temperatures warm, you’ll likely want to get outside and do some grilling on your building’s deck, patio, or roof deck. Follow these 3 tips for improved safety this grilling season:
Follow your association’s guidelines. The rules are there for your and building’s safety, and they should be followed at all times. For example, certain exterior parts of the building may be made out of materials that make it unsafe to grill in their vicinity.
Follow proper grill placement. Ideally, the grill should be at least 5 feet away from any building walls or structures.
Follow basic grilling safety precautions. Remember the basic grilling rules, such as never leaving a hot grill unattended, and not operating a grill if you’re seriously impaired.
If everyone follows these basic rules, summer grilling season will be fun and safe for all. More information can be found here.
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