Please let us know if there is anything we can do to provide better service for you and your home. It is very important to the GHMS Team that we provide a high level of customer service and ensure your satisfaction. Thank you for being a loyal customer and if there is anything you need, [...]
Being right in the middle of hurricane season, it would be silly to ignore the very real possibility of a tropical storm hitting the Palm Beach Gardens area. While the Atlantic hurricane season for 2015 is predicted to be the least active hurricane season in decades, there are still an expected 8 named storms, 3 of which can be expected to turn into hurricanes. Owning a home in this area, quite possibly one that is largely unoccupied during the storm season, means you need to have a hurricane plan in place.
Maintaining a home in the South Florida area can be a challenge, especially if you are using your home as a seasonal escape from the cold up north. The problems occurring at homes always happen at the least convenient time, making it easy to put off or ignore the on-going maintenance required to keep your home in good condition.
The Gardens Home Management Services team would like to take this time to wish those of you who celebrate the Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah a Happy and Healthy New Year. We hope you have a year filled with health and happiness for you and your family. The Gardens Home Management Services Team
Owning more than one home, especially a home in a different state, can be difficult to manage and maintain. Like many home owners in Palm Beach Gardens County, you could be living in your winter home for only 6 months of the year, or using your property sporadically when on business travel. Keeping an eye on things and staying on top of the never-ending maintenance can be a huge worry or burden to bear.
El Nino is also a Powerful Hurricane Slayer This year, as we enter the peak of the season, which runs from the end of August until October, NOAA is predicting just six to 10 named storms in the Atlantic, including three that have already struck. One to four will become hurricanes and no more than [...]