My everyday life

Living at ARPEJ: Tips for a happy daily life

Leaving the family cocoon to live on your own can be a big step towards independence. Here are a few tips to help you live well in your new ARPEJ apartment:

1. Space organization

  • Optimize your space: Use smart storage solutions to maximize the space available.
  • Decorate with care: Personalize your space – a pleasant environment can greatly enhance your well-being.

2. Respect your space and the space of others

  • Avoid drilling into walls: Use alternative solutions to hang your decorations, such as removable adhesive strips that won’t damage surfaces.
  • Keep communal areas clean: Whether in the life place, the work place or the laundry, maintaining cleanliness is essential for good cohabitation.

3. Save energy

  • Turn off lights when you leave a room: This helps preserve the environment.
  • Unplug unused appliances: To save energy, avoid leaving appliances in standby mode.

4. Care and maintenance of your home

Cleaning routine: Maintain a regular cleaning routine to keep your space clean and welcoming.

Report problems promptly: In the event of a problem with your accommodation (plumbing, electricity, etc.), contact our services immediately to prevent the problem from getting worse.

5. Best practices for a healthy environment

  • Air your apartment regularly: Opening windows to let in fresh air helps maintain a healthy, pleasant environment.
  • Reduce noise: Respect quiet hours and use headphones when listening to music or watching TV, to maintain a peaceful atmosphere for all residents.

6. Social and community life

  • Participate in ARPEJ events: Take advantage of activities and events organized for residents. It’s a great way to meet new people and build relationships.
  • Respect community rules: Living in a community means respecting other residents.

Download the MyArpej application to keep up to date with what’s going on in your residences.

By adopting these best practices on a daily basis, you contribute not only to your own well-being, but also to that of the ARPEJ community.