Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Monday, February 3, 2020

Back Fence

Sections of the back fence fell off a few days ago. It is being fixed this morning.

Monday, December 30, 2019

Parking Lot Lights

You may have noticed that some of the parking lot pole lights are out. The breaker keeps on tripping. There's not a whole lot we can do tonight. We'll do some more diagnosing tomorrow to determine which pole is causing a short.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Annual Fire Inspection

On Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 beginning at 8:00 am, Custom Security Systems will be conducting our annual fire alarm test mandated by the Everett Fire Department.

They will inspect the central alarm and fire extinguishers. The main alarm is very loud and will be tested several times in each building that day. Please refrain from disconnecting your smoke detector in a futile attempt to kill the noise in your unit. It is not your smoke detector that is making the noise, although it would be a good time to make sure that your smoke detector is working properly:
  • First locate your smoke detector, attached to the ceiling, in your hallway.
  • Examine the smoke detector for a little round “test” button. All detectors have one. Press and hold the test button for a few seconds to see if it beeps. If it does, your detector is working properly. If not, remove the smoke detector and check your batteries. Batteries should be replaced twice a year. 
  • According to the manufacturer’s instructions, all smoke detectors should be replaced after 10 years of use. The date will be listed on the back of the detector. If there is no date on the smoke detector, it is over 10 years old and needs to be replaced.
  • If you hear your smoke detector “chirping” (it continuously beeps every few seconds up to a minute). This is an indication that the battery needs to be replaced.
Washington State law (RCW 19.27.530) requires carbon monoxide alarms to be installed in new residences. As of January 1, 2013, carbon monoxide alarms are required in existing apartments, condominiums, hotels, motels, and single-family residences, with some exceptions. Owner-occupied single-family residences, legally occupied before July 26, 2009, are not required to have carbon monoxide alarms until they are sold. To comply, simply install the CO alarms in the area right outside of each bedroom. They can be found in most hardware stores, etc.

Thank you,

The Board of Directors

Monday, September 23, 2019

Carpet Cleaning 3

Building 1 is now being done. No miracles there either, but an improvement for sure.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Carpet Cleaning 2

The crew is now cleaning building 2. Don't expect miracles, but it does look better. Looks like they will be doing building 1 on Monday.