Each apartment was professionally cleaned by a cleaning company prior to move-in. At move‐out, or vacancy at lease expiration, Tenants, at Tenants’ expense, must have had their apartment cleaned by approved cleaning companies. Tenants must schedule with an approved cleaning company and make prior arrangements for service. Tenants must provide a copy of the paid, approved cleaning company’s invoice/bill to management at the … Read More
Power Washing on April 9th
On Thursday, April 9th, starting around 11 AM, the exterior of the buildings, including the porches, landings, stairs, walls, doors, and bay windows will be power washed. Earlier that morning, before the work begins, bottoms of each apartment door will be taped to prevent water from seeping in. Vehicles cannot be parked in the areas shown in red below on Thursday, … Read More
In early summer, apartments turn over, residents move out, and new ones move in. Here are some tips and guidelines to help with for a smooth move-out. Be sure to follow these move-out procedures and contact management to schedule your move-out inspection. Trash & Unwanted Items: When moving out, you will have tons of unwanted stuff: trash, unwanted furniture, clothes, … Read More
Spring Break 2020
It’s almost Spring Break 2020! Can you believe it!? There are a few things to relay to you before Spring Break: 1. Over Spring Break (weather permitting), there will be some exterior maintenance to the porches and landings, including power washing. Before leaving your vehicle in the parking lot over Spring Break, please move away from and from under the … Read More
Thanksgiving Break 2019
Thanksgiving Break 2019 is almost here and there are a few things to relay to you before you hit the road on your break. Before leaving your apartment on Thanksgiving Break… Please be sure to do the following for the safety of your apartment and to conserve energy during an extended absence: Turn off all interior lights, including min-lights, string … Read More
Properly Using the Parking Lot
Parking in the City of Williamsburg is at a premium and so is parking at King & Queen Apartments. Space is limited and it is imperative that everyone living at King & Queen Apartments is properly using the parking lot.
General Sanitation: Including Properly Disposing of Trash, Recycling, Cardboard, and Furniture
Rules & Regulations Spotlight: General Sanitation General Sanitation, Including Properly Disposing of Trash, Recycling, Cardboard, and Furniture. General sanitation including properly disposing of trash, recycling, cardboard, and furniture, is important in any community. Located in the Historical Preservation District of the City of Williamsburg, Virginia with upwards of 52 residents living in 26 apartments on less than a half an acre, … Read More
Drain Care: Preventing Hair, Food, and Other Debris from Clogging Your Bathtub, Bathroom Sink, or Kitchen Sink Drain.
Rules & Regulations Spotlight: Drain Care Preventing Hair, Food and Other Debris from Clogging Your Bathtub, Bathroom Sink, or Kitchen Sink Drain. Please refer to King & Queen Apartments’ Tenant Handbook & Rules and Regulations regarding Drains. Bathtub Drain Care: Starting in the summer of 2018, each apartment is issued a new TubShroom Strainer & Hair Catcher. Use and keep the … Read More
Apartment Utility Bills and Charges
All tenants at King & Queen Aartments are responsible for their apartment utility bills and charges. Tenants are responsible for the cost of utilities noted on Section 1 of the Lease Agreement during the Lease term (from the when your lease starts to when it ends). These utilities, found in Paragraph 1, include: electric, heating fuel (which includes fuel for heating the … Read More
Keep Your Apartment in Order. It Is Your Responsibility.
It is important to keep your apartment in order. It is your responsibility. To keep your apartment in order, you must routinely do things such as keeping your kitchen and bathroom clean, disposing of trash promptly, and not providing reasons for insects and pests to live in your apartment. Doing simple things such as keeping your kitchen free of standing … Read More