Thursday 13 July 2017
Posted by:  10:18 AM CST

Dear Emmerich Properties Fund, First, let me just say, thank you! Your recent support means you understand just how important it is to keep kids safe in and around water. Splash into Safety was a free water safety program for children ages 5-14. The program is designed to teach children about being (more)

Thursday 4 May 2017
Posted by:  3:27 PM CST

Here’s some safety tips we ask our tenants to follow. Grills, barbecues and similar devices are not to be used indoors or in a confined area. The process of combustion or burning gives off carbon monoxide, which can reach toxic levels in an enclose space The placement of grills, barbecues and similar (more)

Monday 20 March 2017
Posted by:  3:03 PM CST

We all want to open our windows and let the fresh, spring air in.  But with spring, comes spring cleanup.  Here are a couple of tips our office would like to remind you of.

Outdoors: With the snow melting debris and yard waste is exposed.  Please wait for the ground to thaw before cleaning up your yard.  If you are in need of maintenance contact the office at 715.359.1500 to put in a maintenance request.  

Indoors: To let the sun in, it's window cleaning time. Wash your curtains, windows, and screens. And with the sun come's the specks of dust floating around.  Get out your dusting clothes, sprays and give your place a good wipe down.  Vacuum your floors and dust bunnies.   


We enjoy creating a clean environment for our tenants and with your help, we can keep everything looking nice.

Thursday 15 September 2016
Posted by:  12:35 PM CST

Make your leaf pick up and spring clean up easier this season by maintaining your lawn up to the very first snow. When your grass is kept groomed entering the winter season, it will come back healthier in the spring and make your spring clean up easier. 

Tuesday 30 August 2016
Posted by:  12:33 PM CST

The kids are going back to school and with cooler temperatures approaching, it is important to change your furnace filters and check your smoke detector batteries. Be prepared for the season change.