The kids are back to school and the house is empty. Now is a great time to shift your focus away from busy summer schedules and back to your home to-do list.
If you’re looking to increase home security, have an area for your pets or children to play, or even keep unwanted critters from your home, a fence can help get the job done! But be careful not to get too ahead of yourself…there are a few things to keep in mind prior to digging that first post hole!
While you can just pack up your dishes, home décor, and your kids’ toys during a move, you can’t just wrap up house plants with bubble wrap and shove them in a box. Plants need a little more care.
With inventory levels at record lows, strong buyer demand prompted home prices to rise at a faster pace in the first quarter of this year, according to the latest report by the National Association of REALTORS®.
Has your patio been in a state of hibernation since last year?
Happy New Year! This time for new beginnings and resolutions is also the time of year that the county government sends out property tax bills.
When ice forms on your walks and patios, what should you do? Grab some rock salt and spread everywhere? Absolutely NOT!
Be SAFE! Carbon monoxide can kill!
BRRRRRR!!! I hate to say it but Baby, it’s cold outside!
We all know that Kryptonite can take Superman’s powers away, but did you know that a common fruit may be able to repel Spiderman?
Your property value has gone up, so now what?
Anyone else tired of rain and fast growing grass? I certainly am!
Every year about this time I start to see what look like bumble bees flying around my deck posts and trim boards.
Radon gas is naturally occurring, it is odorless and colorless. It is also known to cause lung cancer by the EPA.
The early spring garden brings a sense of renewal to the winter-weary (we are all itching to start our garden planting now that the weather is warmer!).
Spring is a great time to aerate and over seed your lawn if your lawn looks thin from the winter months.