Home Sweet HomeThere is no place like home and we want it to look its best!
People who live and work at Touchmark at The Ranch regularly comment about how comfortable the environment is and how it feels like everyone is part of one vibrant, growing, welcoming family. This is especially true for Julie Calkins, Business Office Manager at the full-service retirement community.
As we close out one year and usher in a new one, we take a moment to reflect on the past and consider how we’ll renew ourselves as we set goals for the future. We first take stock of ourselves. Every inspirational discussion, from “Tiny Buddha” to a myriad of inspirational quotes, points to change happening from within. No matter what our spirituality or level of mindfulness, the years have taught all of us the truth in that.
For the past twelve and-a-half years, Rob and Shaw Hudson (a husband-and-wife team and co-owners of Prestige Security Doors) have been helping keep Arizona families safe with the world’s strongest, most beautiful, hand-crafted and custom-built security doors.
At this time of year, we get plenty of customers who are concerned about painting their home’s exterior. While this—monsoon season—is generally a wetter time of the year, on most days, the rain is usually not a big concern.
In addition to great weather, this community is home to beautiful forest and mountains. That being said, many residents enjoy a deck (or even two or three) as part of their outdoor living space. So if your home is built on anything other than a flat lot (likely), you probably have a deck. That means you have one of the most labor-intensive aspects of your home’s exterior maintenance: a deck top. Why? Because the finishes simply do not last a long time. If you’re lucky enough to have composite decking, this article may bore you.
Pre-planning Tips to Design a Renovation or New Space to Meet the Whole Family’s Needs By Tom Reilly If you’re among the growing number of people taking part in the multi-generational living style—with several generations of the same family living under one roof—you...