20 Unspoken Rules Of Good Neighbor Etiquette

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Don’t do dangerous stuff, like setting off fireworks. Someone could get hurt, and you could also damage a neighbor’s property.

“Do NOT set off fireworks in your backyard! Fourth of July or not, DON’T DO IT. You could very easily hurt yourself or others and cause property damage. My neighbor set some off in his backyard and they went off over OUR house so sparks and debris came down on our roof and yard.

Another neighbor set some off in the parking lot and caught the asphalt on fire because they didn’t know what they were doing. They nearly couldn’t put it out. 

There’s a reason there are rules and laws against it — it’s dangerous. If you want to see fireworks, go to the local firework show that every town has. Don’t put yourself and your neighbors in danger just because you want to see some pretty lights and think it’s as simple as lighting a match.”

—gracelyn

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/meganeliscomb/homeowners-neighborhood-etiquette-rules

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