Archive for September, 2012

 
Winterizing Your Pool

I know, it’s a sad topic to bring up - winterizing the pool - but if it isn’t done properly, then there isn’t going to be a pool at all come next summer, and you wouldn’t want that right? I didn’t think so. No matter where you happen to live - even in sunny southern California - if you’re closing up the pool for the winter months, you should always take the necessary precautions to ...

Posted at September 26, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
 
 
3 Great Autumn Remodeling Projects

I don’t know about you, but for my money, there’s no season that’s as all-around awesome as Autumn. The Summer heat is finally abating, the leaves are changing color, the baseball World Series is about to get under way, and then there’s Halloween and Thanksgiving to boot. See, pretty awesome right?   Fall’s also a great time to handle some of those remodeling projects that you’ve been putting off too. Well, now that the summer vacation’s officially ...

Posted at September 18, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
 
 
Color Tips For Small Spaces

When it comes to making your home look the very best it can, there’s no such thing as a ‘small’ improvement. Every alteration, no matter its size, contributes to the whole vision coming together as one. In particular, this approach applies to any small rooms scattered throughout your house. Specifically though, we’ll be addressing some of the basic rules regarding which colors to shower those spaces in to ensure that come out looking their very ...

Posted at September 11, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment
 
 
Before You Buy That ‘Historic’ Home . . .

According to Internet sources, the world’s oldest home - that still has inhabitants - is a 900 year-old wooden structure on the Danish island of Streymoy, one of many among the Faroe island chain situated halfway between Norway and Iceland. Wow. Nine hundred years old, and people are still living there. Now that’s an historic home.   Okay, so homes in the United States don’t have to be quite that old to be considered ‘historic.’ How could ...

Posted at September 3, 2012 | By : | Categories : Blog | 0 Comment