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Can you name the holiday movies where these homes appeared?

Posted by Anna Jotham on December 06, 2016 in  Uncategorized

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With the gift-giving season come the shopping lists—usually topped by newer, shinier and faster versions of last year’s smart phones. Now, however, it’s time for those smart phones to move aside. There’s a new tech in town that’s not only changing the way we live but the very homes in which we reside.   Smart home technologies are quickly becoming the tech to have. It’s a trend, sure, but it’s one that’s here to stay, and it’s one that can save you money,... read more
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Smart Homes for Dogs: Yes, That's a Thing

Posted by Anna Jotham on August 15, 2016 in  Uncategorized
Dog owners are famous for loving their pets—like, seriously doting on their dogs. Doggy sweaters, doggy ice cream and cookies, doggy daycare; some canines live in the lap of luxury. If you are one who lavishes love on your pooch, hold onto your kibble. You’re not going to believe the latest in smart home technology…for dogs. Doggy smart homes are emerging on the market, each with more exciting features than the last. Some compelling developments in canine smart homes enhance entertainment, con... read more
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Five hidden spots to clean this spring

Posted by Kristina Fore on April 26, 2016 in  Maintenance and Repair  Uncategorized
Five Hidden Spots to Clean This Spring   “Spring” and “Cleaning” go together like “Cute” and “Kitten.” When you think of one, you think of the other. The sun comes out, the world turns green, we open our windows and bust out the dusters. As you work through your spring cleaning routine, remember these hidden spots.   #1 Rain Gutters. It’s amazing how much flotsam and jetsam can gather in your gutters over the winter: leaves and twigs can block down... read more
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Five Strategies to Bust the Wintertime Blues

Posted by Annette Mikat on December 26, 2015 in  Decorating and Staging  Uncategorized
‘Tis the season of winter, and even if it’s more wet than frozen this year, it is definitely dark. On winter solstice in December, we get only about nine and a half hours of daylight, total. Strings of bright lights and holiday shopping marathons keep us distracted for a bit…but once the excitement of the holidays dies down, we have several weeks to go before the sun wakes us again in the morning.  Those last weeks of winter can drag like a sleigh with no runners, but they don’t have ... read more
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