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TELEPHONE NUMBERS: (02) 89522894, 09774994659 

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ADDRESS: NO. 10 DAISY ST., ZONE 10, PILAR VILLAGE, LAS PINAS CITY, PHILIPPINES

http://stmichaelsplace.yolasite.com

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Choose St. Michael's Place!

ST. MICHAEL'S PLACE IS ABSOLUTELY IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.  ALL OUR ROOMS AND STUDIOS ARE CLASSY, ELEGANT AND COMFY.  THE ENTIRE BUILDING IS MADE FROM VERY STRONG MATERIALS STRONG ENOUGH TO WITHSTAND VERY STRONG EARTHQUAKES, CRIMINALS AND FIRE.  THAT IS WHY ALL THE TESTIMONIALS ARE FROM EXPERTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY:

CONTRUCTION FOREMAN VIC RIVAREZ:  "ITO NA ANG PINAKAMATIBAY NA GUSALING GINAWA NAMIN.  SOBRANG STRIKTO AND MGA MAY ARI AT ANG PAMPANGA BLOCK BUILDERS, INC.: TINIYAK  TUNAY NA MATIBAY ANG GUSALI LALONG-LALO NA SA LINDOL, SUNOG, ANAY, PESTE AT BAGYO.  PATI MAGNANAKAW AT MGA MASASAMANG LOOB, IMPOSSIBLENG MAKALUSOT."

SUBCONTRACTOR MARC RIVAREZ: "BINUHOS NAMIN LAHAT NG KAYA NAMIN TO THE BEST OF OUR ABILITY.   super tibay and gusali. HALOS ISANG TAON ANG CONSTRUCTION, KAYA NGAYONG TAPOS NA ANG ST. MICHAEL'S PLACE, MAGBABAKASYON MUNA AKO!"

ARCH. ELINO SADI:  "ANG GANDA AT CLASSY ANG PAGKAGAWA.  KUHANG KUHA ANG DESIGN KO."

ARCH. ART M. CANLAS:  "MAHUSAY AND MAXIMIZED ANG DESIGN AT HOTEL-LIKE AND MGA ROOMS.   PURO FIRST CLASS MGA MATERIALS NA GINAMIT.  HINDING-HINDI TINIPID.  ST. MICHAEL'S PLACE AND EVERYTHING IN IT IS CERTAINLY ELEGANT!

NEIGHBOR WHO SAW THE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICALLY EVERY STEP OF THE WAY:  "IF YOU REALLY VALUE SAFETY AND SECURITY, YOU WILL SURELY PREFER TO STAY HERE." 

SAFETY

VERY IMPORTANT SAFETY TIPS:

When you are searching for a place to live, here are very very important safety and practical considerations that you should make sure you do not forget:

Always remember, your life or your health certainly depends on your making of the right choices.  At the very least, the safety of your valuables or belongings depends on your decision.  Don't forget the fact that you are going to live in this place, be it a room, a dorm, housing unit or an apartment.  Remember also the following facts:

It's no secret that crime is increasing every year and is invading what once were considered "safe communities." The latest news you saw on TV or you read in the newspaper really show how worse the level of criminality has become.  As statistics show, crime is on the rise and most victims are women. Lately, here has also been a continuing surge in the number of rape cases.  Internet, social networking have been blamed mostly for such continuing increase in criminality with perpetrators using the internet and texting especially in rape cases.  Crimes against property occurs on the staggering average of 20 times a minute with an estimated P30,000 loss for each occurrence. Burglary is a crime of opportunity where entry is gained due to the carelessness of homeowners or residents or due to the poor quality of building materials used or lack of security precaustions.

Single family homes are twice as likely to be burglarized than apartments. While receiving a lot of publicity when it happens, dorms, hotels and motels account for less than 3% of all burglaries. The most likely things to be stolen in a burglary are cash, small electronic equipment, laptop computers, cameras, jewelry, tools and hand guns.

Few people really bother about security until something bad happens to them or a neighbor. The public's complacent attitude is the burglar's best friend and your worst enemy. There are many things the average person can do to make the place where they live less of a target. (We have House Rules on Safety and Security available to our residents intended to make sure St. Michael's Place is truly a safe and secured place to live in.) In fact, it is better, while you still have the option, to carefully choose the place where you will live and make sure it is a safe neighborhood.    These safety tips will get you started on the right road. Remember, the two things a criminal fears most are being seen and having to take too much time to complete the crime.

While burglars typically "target" a home when no one is home, if you surprise one in the act, your chances of being injured or even killed are too high to attempt to intervene. A sobering statistic shows many homeowners attempting to defend (themselves, family members, or their property) with a weapon end up having it turned on themselves.

It is important to point out that it is not burglary that is more worrisome, for women, especially young ladies, it is the crimes against persons and against chastity that are really dangerous.  Hence, here are some very practical tips that could save your life or that of your loved one:

1.  The neighborhood of the prospective place where you are going to live (or where your daughter or loved one is going to live) is of utmost importance.  If there are squatters next door or nearby, it won't certainly be a nice place for you.  Chances are, the crime rate in the vicinity will be high and chances are, you or your loved one could be a victim.

2.  If the neighborhood of the prospective place, dorm or apartment has some idle people loitering around all day doing nothing, again, the vicinity may not be a nice place for you.

3.  Are the streets where the prospective place wide or narrow?  Are they usually crowded with people?  Wide streets are a lot safer than narrow streets.  Firetrucks and firefighters can not access houses and buildings located in narrow streets.  That is why most houses and apartments located in narrow streets are often burned down.  Narrow and crowded streets are also favorite hunting grounds of criminal elements since it is easy to hide in narrow streets or get lost in a crowd.  Remember also that ambulance, police patrols and other rescuers can easily help those located in wide and uncrowded streets.

4.  Is the building and its walls made of concrete materials and strong foundation?  Or is it made of wood or other materials that easily get burned or destroyed by earthquake, typhoon or other calamity?  Is it strong enough to prevent forced entry by robbers or other criminals?

5.  Are emergency exits provided for in your prospective place? And are these adequate?  Are CCTV cameras, fire alarms, fire sprinklers and other security and safety facilities and policies in place?  Is access to the premises of your prospective place restricted and properly controlled?  These are very very important and any "No" answer is a danger warning.

6.  Is the prospective dormitory or apartment strictly for women?  Are house rules on safety and security (such as curfew) in place and strictly enforced?  Again, any "NO" answer is a danger warning.  Remember, the city government of Manila prohibits coed dormitories for very valid reasons and this is a very good policy of the city as it greatly help diminish and avoid criminality and undesirable problems such as unwanted pregnancy.  Remember too that a consistent advice to parents to help avoid criminality is to tell their children, especially daughters, to avoid dark places and avoid going out late at night.  

7.  Is the building and its premises well kept or is it a great breeding place for all kinds of pests and vermin such as rats and cockroaches?

8.  Are the water systems facilities adequate and pest-proof?  Without stainless water tanks and cistern that are adequately pest-proofed, the water of houses and dormitories located in Metro Manila are very prone to being contaminated by pests and vermin, thus, unnecessarily exposing yourself to health hazards.

9.  Are police stations, barangay office, fire stations, hospitals nearby?

10. Finally ask yourself:  Does this home/apartment and surrounding neighborhood feel safe?  It is important to trust your instincts about the general safety of a place, but the foregoing tips are specific things you can look for to determine how safe a place is from crime, fire, earthquake and other calamities or emergencies.


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TELEPHONE NUMBERS: (02) 89522894, 09774994659 

You can also call or message 09774994659 using viber or imo

ADDRESS: NO. 10 DAISY ST., ZONE 10, PILAR VILLAGE, LAS PINAS CITY, PHILIPPINES

http://stmichaelsplace.yolasite.com






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