Hammersmith Management is very thankful for all of our Team Members who participate in HammerTime Day of Service! So far this year, Hammersmith Team Members have volunteered their time to support the GLBT Community Center of Colorado, American Cancer Society - Cancer Action Network, and The Beautiful Scar Project. Our volunteer efforts will continue throughout
Thank You to all Hammersmith team members and clients for all your donations to Coats for Colorado. We collected over 150 warm coats for those in need and Lifestyle Services dropped them off today. There is still time for you to donate at any Dependable Cleaners.
From Board Meeting to BBQ For most, the work-life balancing act leaves little time to build community. However, community associations have a built in infrastructure to help promote socializing beyond the board meeting. With social media, we live in an atmosphere where personal interaction is no longer necessary to stay connected. This makes it harder
This past Thursday evening, October 30, 2014, the Denver/Boulder Better Business Bureau (BBB) awarded Hammersmith Management, Inc., the 2014 Torch Award for Marketplace Trust in the Large Business Category. This award is offered in recognition of a company’s commitment to fair, honest, and ethical practices. “It is a great honor to receive this award, and
As we wrap up our series on Keeping the Peace in your community association, it seems that no matter how much effort is put into resolving conflicts peacefully or preemptive measures taken to welcome new neighbors and invite the entire community to events, there are the inevitable struggles that arise between neighbors. In Part 5
Talking with immediate neighbors is an easy thing to do. When you are next door, you see them most often either coming to or going from their house and you can quickly say hello, or ask a brief question. But what about those neighbors a few houses down? You may not get the chance to
In community associations, neighbors may come and go without many of their other neighbors even noticing. In Part 3 of our "Keeping the Peace" series, we discuss how just the smallest act of welcoming a new neighbor or family to the community can make all the difference. Be Welcoming. HOAs should engage their community with