Category: Home & Garden

Five To-Do’s For your Home Exterior in March


With the official first day of spring being March 20th, there’s a long checklist of things to get done. As the snow begins to melt away, Denver homes need tune ups for springtime. Simplify your life and use this short to do list to ensure the exterior of your house is prepped for nicer weather with a bit of spring cleaning, fresh flowers and dirt under your nails.

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Window Wise: How to Choose What’s Best for Your Home


Whether you’re replacing old windows in your existing home or planning which windows you’ll want in a new construction, there are a few important points to consider when picking out the windows in your kb home. Here are a few bits of information to help you make your choice

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How to Grow Herbs Indoors All Winter


Gardeners have been pulling out the last of the plants from their gardens for weeks now. The pumpkins have been turned into pies or front porch décor, tomatoes were canned while the sun was still warm, and bags of sweet corn have been neatly stacked in farm freezers everywhere daily life has allowed time for some DIY food storage. But what if you just aren’t ready to give up the taste of homegrown goodness? You don’t have to! You can easily grow an herb garden right in your window and enjoy the taste of fresh herbs all winter long.

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Tropical Tucson Gardening


If you are one of the lucky owners of a new construction home in Tucson, Arizona then you are poised to turn your yard into a tropical paradise. Tucson is one of the rare locations in the United States that is rated as a USDA zone 9a. This means that an avid gardener can grow beautiful plants all year-round without fear of winter freezing damaging their plants. It also means long, hot summers which are perfect for the production of some of the most desirable fruits and vegetables around.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Buy Yourself Flowers


Everyone knows how delightful it is to get a bouquet of flowers delivered to your door. It’s just a little out of the ordinary step of daily life; makes us smile and lifts our spirits. But why wait for someone else to decide to give you a bunch of flowers? Here are 10 reasons why you should buy yourself flowers.

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Antelope Valley Xeriscaping Basics


If you’ve recently purchased one of the new homes in Antelope Valley you may be looking for some water-wise landscaping ideas. For anyone living in the Mojave Desert, planning a yard that is careful about water consumption is a must. With drought and hot days an ever present reality, determining how to maintain curb appeal while being conservation minded might sound like a difficult task. But by utilizing a gardening method called “xeriscaping” you can have a beautiful yard without using much water at all.

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Composting Carnival


In consideration of the “climate change” and all of the pollution being spread world-wide when thinking about Earth Day this month on April 22nd let’s talk about composting! It is fun and economical and a great learning experience for your entire family! Improve the quality KB home you live in in Tampa, Florida.

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Best Ways to Save Energy in your Orlando Home


Make your Orlando homes energy efficient and save yourself some cold, hard cash every month on your energy bills. There are simple things you can do to not let your home drain your money pocket dry.

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Love Your Raleigh Lawn


It is that time of the year again and your home in Raleigh should be ready to prep the lawn for spring! Here are some great tips on how to have the best looking lawn on the block.

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San Diego County: A Garden of Eden for Gardeners


Have you been considering purchasing one of the new San Diego homes for sale? A new place for the new year? Well, here’s another reason to consider San Diego as one of the finest places on earth to settle.

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