StatePoint - Now is the time to plan and decorate your home for fall. This autumn, consider trying your hand at do-it-yourself home projects that add seasonal warmth and color to the home, while creating fun for your whole family.
StatePoint - It is time for raking leaves, pruning shrubbery, and other seasonal fall lawn care tasks.Never has the old adage "work smarter, not harder" been more apt than when tackling yard work and preparing lawns for next season.
StatePoint - Whether it is to help beautify their neighborhoods, foster a sense of community or to grow their own vegetables and fruits, more Americans are starting local community gardens.According to the latest U.S. government statistics, more than 23 million Americans, including 6.
StatePoint - With so many people now optimizing their living spaces for energy efficiency, the risk for indoor air pollution in homes can actually increase, say experts, as pollutants can get trapped indoors as a result.Clean air inside your home is vital.
HIT - Nothing says "welcome to my home" quite like an impressive entryway. Attention to detail and some added extra touches of hospitality can transform any "ho-hum" entry into a warm and inviting approach to the home.
Do not let fall or potentially frosty temperatures stop you from enjoying garden-fresh produce. Extend the nutritional value and homegrown flavor into the fall and early winter meals with the help of short season crops and season extending strategies.
StatePoint - Owning a home is a 365-day-a-year commitment, a mortgage to pay, a yard to maintain and bills to juggle. But experts say that evaluating key exterior elements of your home at least once annually can prevent some bills from skyrocketing.
HIT - No matter what the setting, the good looks and durability of hardwood floors can be maintained with minimal effort. It is simply a matter of proper care and maintenance.The American Hardwood Information Center, www.HardwoodInfo.
StatePoint - Once upon a time you loved the look of your living space, but now it feels so last century. If this sounds like you, consider injecting new energy into your home by making a few high-impact changes without a high-roller budget.