You have finally signed the lease on you new apartment and moving day has arrived. You are likely full of excitement and joy. You may also be experiencing a twinge of anxiety. Before you move in, there are a few things you may want to consider doing. For example, you may want to get an extra set of keys made. If you do not do this, you might find yourself locked out of your apartment. Give a set of keys to a trusted friend and family member just in case an emergency arises.
Meet your neighbors. Living in apartments close to LSU means that you are going to be in close quarter with your neighbors. The better you get along with them, the more pleasant your overall experience will be. Take the time to introduce yourself. This creates a sense of community. In some cases, it means that you will make new friends. Your neighbors will appreciate the gesture.
Next, set about making your new place safe. Check the smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Even if the landlord of apartments close to LSU said that the batteries are new, it is worth it to spend a few dollars and put new batteries in yourself. You want your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors to be working if an emergency situation arises.
Learn about the apartments available at Redpoint Baton Rouge that are off the beaten path but still convenient to LSU campus by taking a few minutes to visit their website.