September 2020

Found 35 blog entries for September 2020.


This week, CEO James Prendamano rolls out his 10th episode of the Casandra Properties podcast, sitting down with the witty and optimistic CEO of Snug Harbor Cultural Center Ms. Aileen Fuchs, whom Mr. Prendamano considers a visionary and a forward thinker. Not only has Snug Harbor seen tremendous growth from her presence; she is a gift to the community at large.

Originally, Ms. Fuchs hails from the Westchester area, so Staten Island was kind of a culture shock to her to say the least. However, she says that she’s truly grown to love it here. She went to college in Pennsylvania and completed her graduate work at NYU She admits ‘fine arts isn’t her thing.’ She is all about being resourceful, renewable, and the value to the community.

A kindred

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Last month, nearly 1.5 million houses were built and completed in the United States. 

Many people prefer to build a home because they can design it for their needs and it doesn't have any damage.

If you are considering building your home, there are a couple of tips you will want to follow. Otherwise, you might get overwhelmed. 

Continue reading to discover some of the best tips and steps to building a home that you can call your own! 

Building A Home

1. Write a List

One of the most important steps to building a home is to write down a list of everything that you want to have and need to have.

Writing all of this down can help you prioritize what you want to put your money and time towards. This is also your reference sheet throughout the building

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It’s always a horrible ordeal when you need an AC repair for your air conditioning unit. When it shuts off, or stops working, the effects can be devastating – especially when it happens during the summer months, leaving you to sweat it out. Fortunately, you don’t have to. We’re going to use this guide to tell you what you can do when your AC unit is in need of repair. Sometimes, it may need replaced, but maybe with this guide, you’ll know what you’ll need!

Getting Your AC Repaired is Beyond You

Unless you’re an electrician with an HVAC license, more than likely you need to know that it’s always important to hire a contractor or an HVAC technician for the job first and foremost. Doing anything with such high voltage can even be deadly, and

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The average lease term on a commercial building lasts between 3 and 5 years. At the end of that term, you’re faced with a big decision: renew your lease or relocate to a new and better building.

Moving to a new office building can be stressful. However, it can help you grow and expand your business. Once you make the decision to relocate, there are a few things you can do to get the building ready before you move in.

You just need to know where to start. Here are a few key tips you can use to get your new commercial building ready for your company before the movers arrive.

How To Get Commercial Property Ready

Do a Thorough Walkthrough With Your Landlord

Before you can move anything into your new commercial building, you’ll want to do a walkthrough with your landlord to log

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Lately, pools have become a thing. More and more house owners decide to have a swimming area that uses salt instead of chlorine. But that's not just a trend to make you feel like you are somewhere by the sea. It has many other benefits, about which you can read here.

The water in these pools is not nearly as sour as seawater but contains a tenth of its salinity. That's because the chlorine amount is less than in oceans. The compound used for sanitizing swimming areas is not pure chlorine, but hypochlorite. 

The installation of a pool with salt water is more expensive than a traditional one using chlorine. But less chemistry, better water quality, and more comfort while swimming are the long-term benefits of this investment.

Do You Need

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