Archive for June, 2017
The Nautical Way
Many people live in or have a second home in coastal shoreline counties and decorate these homes using nautical themes. Most have the typical seashell, lighthouse, and anchor decorations. However, only one out of five homeowners are happy with their home decor. There are many other nautical-themed decorating options available to them, like pirate decorations but a lot of homeowners don’t take the time to shop for home decor. Interestingly, though, for those men and women that are willing to shop, they would rather shop for decorating items than they would for shoes.
With men and women willing to take time o
Your husband’s idea seemed like a good one when he first explained.
He had seen storage shelves built above the garage door in several neighbors’ homes, so he proposed that he should make one.
With a plan that he downloaded from the internet, he went about collecting the needed materials from the local hardware store, he set up shop in the garage one weekend and completed the project that he installed above the single car garage door. Several trips up and down the ladder later the shelf was full of things that had been cluttering the area for years, and you now had room to park a third car inside, just in time for your oldest daughter’s 16th birthday.
Fast forward four years. With your youngest daughter ready to drive you again find that the garage is more crowded than ever. Your oldest daughter h
Being the owner of your own home can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences in life. A lot people spend a lot of their time and effort trying to gather the financial resources that can be one of the most important requirements for owning a home, and the results can be extremely rewarding. If you have similar aspirations, and have been trying to find the right mix of income and lifestyle to save enough money over the years so that you can purchase your own home some time down the line, it is likely that you already know that the process of purchasing a new home can have certain steps that are important to pay attention to. Of the most important things to decide is the right property to purchase, and the right people to purchase it from. A lot of it comes down to the quality of the assistance th
When living outside a big city, it can be hard to decide what to do with your outdoor living space. Some people scrap together a seating arrangement and a grill, others lay down a fire pit, and still others consult outdoor furniture specialists. It’s this last group who is probably onto something.
For the better part of a century, Amish made outdoor furniture has been a staple in rural and suburban settings. The reason is simple: the Amish are indoor and outdoor furniture specialists. They make hand-crafted wood furniture, typically out of hickory, oak, cherry, walnut, and maple woods, which mean they last a long time. For example, a shed — for a garden or backyard — should last at least 15 years and, if properly maintained, can last well beyond 20 years. This is perfect because in a
Having a whole home water filtration system is very important, especially for individuals that work out a lot, or those that have families with small children. Considering that most homes use over 300 gallons of water a day, having clean drinking water is very important. Water is present in everything individuals use in their home, from ice and drinking water, to bathing and washing the dishes they eat off of. By having a reverse osmosis water system in the house, individuals will never have to worry about hard water or high lead quality. Here are three benefits of using a whole home water filtration system.
Having Whole House Filtration Means Clean Drinking Water at All Times
The words “senior living community” still conjure up some dread among most people in our society, when in truth, these communities are significantly different than they were decades ago. There are so many positive benefits to living in retirement communities or independent living communities and shouldn’t be discounted when families are beginning to look at elder care options. A senior care community isn’t the sterile, institutional center that many imagine — instead, they can be anywhere from a very simple, homey apartment o