Lowering the High Cost of Kitchen Fires

Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lowering the High Cost of Kitchen Fires

By Peter Thor­pe Pres­i­dent, Fire Avert INTRODUCTION In most Amer­i­can house­holds, the kitchen is the most uti­lized room in the house. It is the focal point for many hol­i­days and spe­cial cel­e­bra­tions. It is, for most peo­ple, the cen­ter of dai­ly fam­i­ly life. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, it is also the most dan­ger­ous room in the house. Unat­tend­ed cook­ing is,… Read more »

Micro-Units Invade the Garden State

Pub­lished in NJAA’s Mag­a­zine, AIM, Jan/Feb 2015 Issue By: George Cow­den, Direc­tor of Sales, Mul­ti-Hous­ing Depot As costs across Amer­i­ca con­tin­ue to increase, a Micro- or Mini-Apart­­ment, is the new way for city liv­ing. The aver­age size for these dwellings is typ­i­cal­ly any­where from 250 to 370 square feet accord­ing to USA Today arti­cle by Wendy Koch,… Read more »

What New DOE Regulations Mean for Your Properties

Pub­lished in PMA Bul­letin, Sep­tem­ber 2014 By: Mul­ti-Hous­ing Depot Fridges Ordered to Save More Ener­gy What do you do when a refrig­er­a­tor in an apart­ment unit breaks down and there is no way to repair it? Most like­ly, you’ll hur­ry to order a new one because your res­i­dents are under­stand­ably con­cerned and want a func­tion­al fridge with­out… DOE Reg­u­la­tions Mean for Your Properties”>Read more »

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