Home Sweet HomeThere is no place like home and we want it to look its best!
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.
If you’re looking for a home loan or even trying to save a purchase, it’s a good bet to seek out a mortgage lender because they focus only on home loans. That means they know the home loan business inside and out.
In Prescott, the folks at New American Funding mortgage company say they left other financial institutions just for that reason.
For Prescott-area residents, the most important thing after staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic is staying connected. All online activities—school, work, and play—are up and the reliance on the quality, reliable, fast internet has never been more significant.
Healthy living has become the focus for many of us. Eating right, exercising consistently, and drinking water have become an integral part of our lifestyles.
Can we say the same for our homes?
Most people are familiar with the “garden window,” a deep window box, usually behind the sink (for access to water). These windows are usually single pane glass, aluminum framed, and hard as heck to reach. They often leak, and in the winter months, they do little to protect fragile plants from the cold. So which plants are best to grow in the kitchen, and how do we best plan for them?
As your yard wakes up from its long winter’s nap, it is officially that time of year: the time to dream of green.
To help welcome spring here is some helpful advice from Josh Crothers of Prescott Landscape Professionals: “As we thaw out from winter conditions and move into the warmer days of spring, you’ll want to be sure your plants get the nourishment and water they now require,” he said. “Once the weather has warmed, you can increase your water and safely trim back frostbitten material.”
A new year and a new decade have begun, and we are excited about the trends for 2020!
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.