WEFOUNDLandscaping Tips


Safety is every community association’s priority. Although homeowners associations were not created or designed to provide security for the neighborhood, HOAs typically do use lighting, security cameras, gate locks and electronic access cards to help keep their communities safe. However, there are additional precautions that an HOA can take that may sometimes be overlooked. Below, we have created a guide detailing several of these less obvious HOA safety tips, in hopes of helping you and your HOA build a safer community atmosphere.

Carbon monoxide, or CO2, is a poisonous gas that can be particularly dangerous because it is colorless and odorless. Headache, nausea, dizziness and even permanent brain damage or death can occur. People die each year from accidental CO2 poisoning.

To prevent CO2 poisoning in your home, be sure to educate your family about the following causes of CO2 poisoning and how to prevent exposure to this deadly gas:

Safety is every community association’s priority. Although homeowners associations were not created or designed to provide security for the neighborhood, HOAs typically do use lighting, security cameras, gate locks and electronic access cards to help keep their communities safe. However, there are additional precautions that an HOA can take that may sometimes be overlooked. Below, we have created a guide detailing several of these less obvious HOA safety tips, in hopes of helping you and your HOA build a safer community atmosphere.

Carbon monoxide, or CO2, is a poisonous gas that can be particularly dangerous because it is colorless and odorless. Headache, nausea, dizziness and even permanent brain damage or death can occur. People die each year from accidental CO2 poisoning.

To prevent CO2 poisoning in your home, be sure to educate your family about the following causes of CO2 poisoning and how to prevent exposure to this deadly gas:

These tools and techniques are used by professional landscapers to make quick work of yard and garden tasks. Steal their ideas and make more efficient use of your gardening time and money.

Only buy good quality tools. The best quality may be a bit too costly, and an unnecessary expense for weekend DIYers. Cheap tools are likely to break in the middle of the first job. Save money and time by buying good quality at value prices.

Get your lawn and garden soil tested by your state’s University Extension Service. Guessing on fertility requirements can lead to costly mistakes. Soil test results will show the current conditions and what needs to be applied for your type of lawn, flower garden, vegetable crops, etc.


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