Attention Students Getting Rid Of Junk Makes For Happy Neighbors
One of the things that makes Perth such a great city is the number of colleges and universities with campuses in the area. The influx of students makes the city seem much more international, more cosmopolitan. Students are also a major boost to the local economy, shopping at Perth stores, eating at Perth restaurants and paying the salaries of thousands of professors, administrators and supporting staff.
Not everyone sees things the same way, of course, and those Perth residents who live near student rental units sometimes complain. There are ways that students can help reduce conflicts with permanent residents and make sure that everyone in the city continues to see the yearly arrival of young people as a good thing. Among the suggestions for ways university and college students can make life more pleasant for their neighbors:
Keep the noise down. Respect the people living around you by turning the stereo down, especially after 10pm.
Keep parties under control. Everyone likes a good kegger, but consider renting a hall instead of throwing the bash at home. Not only does this keep down the damage to your apartment or rental house, it cuts the noise, mess and parking issues, making for happier neighbors.
Pick up the trash and junk. Students have a bit of a reputation for being messy and simply picking up the garbage, empty beer bottles and pizza boxes goes a long way toward keeping everyone happy. If a couch is ruined in a party, instead of tossing it on the porch, driveway or lawn, have it properly disposed of. No-one wants to look at ruined furniture. Contact an affordable removal company to help out.
The cleanliness issue is one that comes up again when it’s time to move home for the summer. Many students end up losing the deposit on their apartment or rental home because they leave large objects and bags of trash behind for the landlord. With the convenient and affordable options for removal south Perth and other neighborhoods have, there’s no excuse.
Students don’t have to sort out recyclables and deal with hauling old mattresses, couches or broken TVs to disposal centers, so no complaining about complicated garbage rules -and no losing the real estate deposit because a property manager had to remove the abandoned junk.