Whether you’re buying or selling, it’s important to choose representation that best meets your needs in the transaction. There has always been that one house in town that you drive-by constantly and say if it ever came on the market, I would buy it. One day that actually happens. Do you...
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By: Wendy Paris Published: August 28, 2009 Preparing and keeping a fully stocked home emergency preparedness kit could be the key to your family's safety if disaster strikes. You can’t prevent disasters, but you can take charge of how you respond if you’re prepared....
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It is very disheartening when the plants in your garden fall prey to disease. The question everyone asks is how exactly this came about. In the event that it spreads out will it destroy all your plants? For a fact, preventing disease when it comes to plants depends on the host, pathogens that attack...
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Ready for the colder months? You will be if you follow these simple guidelines to keep your wood fireplace burning brightly — and safely. 1. Only Burn Dry, Cured Wood That is, logs that have been split, stacked, and dried for eight to 12 months. Cover your log pile on top, but leave...