How To Survive The Heatwaves In Your Reno Apartment

Riverside Park Apartment interior

It’s never fun to receive a bill for utilities that’s much higher than you expect it to be. Fortunately, with apartment living, there are ways to keep your home cool while saving money.  Riverside Park is committed to helping residents stay cool and comfy during the summer heat. Whether you choose to enjoy a movie in an air-conditioned theater or want to enjoy one of our great outdoor amenities, you have many options for staying cool and saving money.

Enjoy Our Outdoor Amenities

During the summer, avoid using your stove during the heat of the day. Instead, please take advantage of one of our fantastic outdoor cooking and BBQ spaces. Complete with grills and seating, you and your family can enjoy a great meal while keeping the summer heat out of your home. Enjoying outdoor amenities is apartment 101!

Rental-Friendly Ways to Cool Down Your Home

Most electricity companies recommend turning your thermostat to one temperature and leaving it there. That way, the air conditioner doesn’t have to work quite as hard to keep the home cool at night. Setting your thermostat to a higher temperature while you’re at work, then lowering it when you come home, can increase your electricity bill. You can also set it to automatic which will allow your device to turn off on its own once a certain temperature has been reached. 

Local Attractions That Will Help You Keep Cool

Why not take advantage of the many shopping malls or indoor activities in your community to stay cool? Reno is home to the National Automobile Museum. So, what are you waiting for — Learn something new while enjoying the lower temperatures at the museum!

Riverside Park Apartments has many amenities that will keep you and your family entertained for hours. Whether you want to be indoors enjoying a fun activity or outside swimming in our pool, Riverside Park will help you beat the heat this summer!

Find Love Near Your Reno Apartments This February

The great thing about having close friendships and relationships is that they tend to add tremendous meaning to our lives. Are you single and tired of cooking for one? The great thing about living in your apartments in Reno is that there are lots of places you can go to around you where you can meet that special someone.

It’s common knowledge that the more conventional ways of meeting people are at work (even though it’s “frowned-upon”), university, the gym, and through mutual friends. But if you’ve already tried all these avenues and you still haven’t met someone don’t give up hope. There is a chance to meet someone at any of these given places near your apartments in Reno:

  • Try hanging out a coffee shop more regularly to meet your fellow neighbors. This is a healthier approach than trying to meet someone at a bar. Just go there regularly to do work or establish a writing routine and you may find yourself with a crush!
  • Sign up for a class at a gym that is notorious for having members of the opposite sex. So if you’re a single woman, for instance, try signing up for a boxing class….If you’re a guy, try signing up for yoga…don’t think of it as being sneaky or anything, but simply capitalizing on Reno’s resources for you to find the love of your life.
  • Join MeetUp, where lots of singles sign-up to meet locals in their area to bond over common interests.

Even if you (or your “friend”) has been single for a long time, don’t give up hope. If you make an effort, you may find someone in Reno by the holidays.