So you feel good in your apartment and your area, we have assembled a couple of tips for you:
Imagine. At the point when you have settled in a little, do the rounds and acquaint yourself with your neighbours – this is voluntary, however, because of this custom you will rapidly get to know new individuals and you also will know who else lives close to you.
Night rest. Generally, no commotion is made between 10 p.m. furthermore, 6 a.m. with the goal that everybody can get their deserved rest. This implies, for instance, that you can stand by listening to music at room volume or that the clothes washer can’t be run during this period.
Pets. Small animals, which are for the most part kept in cages, aquariums, or terrariums can legally be kept in each apartment. While keeping bigger animals, for example, dogs and cats, you should acquire the assent of your landlord in advance. Whether small or large: to keep a decent relationship, inform your landowner in advance which animal flatmate you might want to get yourself.
Sweeping week. In practically all federal states in Germany, there are agreements about who cleans the lobby in an apartment building or the walkway in front of the house. However, relax – what could appear as though a task can rapidly transform into a weekly chat and socialising with the neighbours!
Regular water is viewed as the best-controlled food in Germany. So you can as a rule hydrate from the tap and use it for cooking. Just in old buildings, would it be a good idea for you to have the water quality checked in advance because of the old pipes?
Waste separation, are you aware of it? We Germans are undisputed world champions in waste separation. Whether blue, yellow, green, or dark bin: Gathering, isolating and arranging safeguards the climate by reusing unrefined components.