I’ve been cooped up in my house all day today because of “Snowmageddon 2020.” Now to see if the snowplows will come out here and clear my neighborhood streets in time so I can get to work in the morning. If I’m feeling better – my cold came back for a sequel #allstuffy 😖
Our neighbor’s garage door was damaged by a plow during a recent snowstorm, and the condo association provided her with a new one. Now my husband has joked about painting a giant target on our garage door so that ours can also be replaced for free! The repairman who worked on our neighbor’s garage took a look at ours and said they don’t even make parts for ours anymore. It’s on our “to do” list when weather is warmer. We can’t just get any door – it has to be approved by the association. My dad has offered to help install a new opener if we need it (he can install those in his sleep).
Yes, condo living can be a bit restrictive. But there are plenty of benefits, too (such as not mowing lawns, no repairing roofs/siding/pavement and no snow shoveling). A neighbor’s condo is listed for $198,000 right now, and Zillow estimates our condo’s value to be more than double what we paid almost 10 years ago.
Ahh, adulting! I don’t wanna!!!! 😁