Home Sweet HomeThere is no place like home and we want it to look its best!
Transforming a twenty-two-year-old RV into a modern and functional living environment. Prescott Woman Magazine interviewed Sarah Rainwater, business owner, mother, and transformer of small spaces.
Haley Construction has established a deep foundation in Prescott, and that foundation only continues to build with the third generation of owners.
Jim and Frances Haley brought their construction business to Prescott in 1960, which likely makes Haley Construction the oldest continually running general contractor in Yavapai County. Jim and Fran passed the business on to their sons Tom and Bill in the 1970s. Then Tom’s daughter Gillian and stepson Allan Crary bought the business in 2014.
An elevated level of elder care is now available in the Prescott region with the opening of the Summit Senior Living home in scenic Williamson Valley.
Dr. Kurt Krupnick and his wife Debbie, a nurse practitioner, co-own and operate the home with their longtime friends John and Dana Marti. A retired police officer, John handles the security and property management while Dana, a CPA, manages the home’s financials.
When we think of pet healthcare we may think of the usual needs like veterinary visits, healthy pet food, supplements, and exercise. The team at Pet Headquarters blends the healthcare needs of humans with the needs of their pets. From CBD to chiropractic to pet training, humans and pets alike can enjoy a long healthy life.
The Prescott Area Association of Realtors (PAAR) provides a wealth of information and resources to its agent members and consumers alike. With an extensive background in real estate and non-profits combined with a master’s degree in Public Relations, PAAR CEO Suzanne Westrum brings the perfect fit of skills to a busy organization in a fast-growing community.
When Carissa Maxwell set out to become a real estate agent, she did so to change her life. This past January, when she launched Glow Realty, she did it so she could change the lives of others.
Gardeners seeking beauty in a variety of designs or inspiration for their own outdoor spaces, or those who simply enjoy strolling through a feast for the eyes, are invited to the Alta Vista Garden Club’s biennial Prescott Garden Club Tour. This event takes place from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 4 throughout Prescott.
Each year, Women’s History Month commemorates the vital role of women as contributors to society. Prescott resident Judy O’Higgins, who lives at Touchmark at The Ranch, continues to affect others’ lives. Her life is an example of surviving and thriving.
At Board & Brush Creative Studio, our goal is to turn you into a “DIY master” by educating you to understand and appreciate the beauty of raw materials — the wood, the knots, the color variations, and the simple imperfections — that will make your project unique. Distressing, sanding with the grain, and staining are a few of the important steps we will guide you through to make your personalized wood sign look as though it has been with you for years — like a vintage heirloom.
You probably remember the phrase, “Home is where the heart is.” Candlelight makes a house a home, doesn’t it? It bids you welcome. It heralds the beginning of the evening with a whisper. Candlelight signifies that all will be well.
Spring is here! By now you may have noticed a shift in the color and textures playing out in the images you see on sites like Houzz and Pinterest, on television, and on retail shelves.
What are some reasons not to renovate your home? Although it may seem odd that a major remodeling company would want to discuss reasons not to remodel, the goal of any company should be serving its people. People come first.
Some of the questions I hear most frequently from potential customers include whether or not to remodel, what to remodel, and how much of an investment a project might be.