Spring Is Here: Five Things to Expect in Your Denver Apartment
Although March is typically one of Denver’s snowiest months, we are consistently seeing the temperature climb into rooftop-patio weather. With this in mind, we wanted to give you a breakdown of how you can expect your living environment to change in the next few weeks.
It Might Get Hot!
Spring in Denver can pull a fast one on our heating and cooling systems, so we like to make sure the last of the cold fronts have come and gone before taking heat away from our residents. If your building’s heat comes from a boiler, warmer days might seem even warmer until the boilers are shut off in late April to early May.
If your building has a pool, you can expect to see maintenance staff tending to it, making any necessary repairs, and ultimately opening the swim area in early May. You can reach out to your property manager for more information on when your pool will be open.
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It’s time to clean up all the salt and snow that built up over the winter months! You can expect to see our grounds team working hard to make the building you live in one you want to come home to. Our sprinkler systems will start watering the lawns, and your landscaping may be updated with fresh mulch and flowers. The windows will be cleaned as well as the carpets, and we will even brush out the air ducts so our residents can breathe easily after a long winter of being cooped up indoors.
Say Hello to New Neighbors!
With Denver’s spring on its way, we’re already seeing an increase in tour requests, and more and more leases are being signed every day. Cornerstone Apartments’ busy season is on its way, and that means you’ll be able to greet new neighbors soon! Make sure you say goodbye to the neighbors who might be leaving your community this spring.
Cornerstone Will Take Care of You
Whether you’re moving into a Cornerstone Apartment building this spring, or you’re a current Cornerstone resident, we want you to know we’ll take care of you through every season in Denver. We treat our residents with care and respect, and we strive to create an environment that fosters community and a sense of belonging at each of our buildings.