Decorating Your New Home to Reflect the Fall Season

As the days become shorter and the nights become cooler, there is no doubt fall is upon us. However, the change of temperatures doesn’t have to be a drag – fall is full of enjoyable things, such as the back-to-school season, Halloween, changing leaves, and it’s a great excuse to cozy up with a good … read more “Decorating Your New Home to Reflect the Fall Season”

How to Blow Out Your Sprinkler System

It’s that time of the year, when the days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder. With that, we wanted to give you a quick and easy guide on how to blow out your sprinkler system in order to prepare your landscaping for winter! Watch this quick video on the basics of how to do this for your yard.

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Preparing Your Landscape for Winter

You’ve worked hard to get your yard, garden, and other aspects of your new home’s landscape looking great. You want to make sure that’s not all lost as soon as freezing temperatures hit! As temperatures continue to cool, now’s the perfect time to start preparing your landscape for winter in the Northwest. Here are some … read more “Preparing Your Landscape for Winter”

Landscape Lighting for Your New Home

Adding lighting to your landscape is a great thing to do in the fall as the days get shorter and the nights longer. Light can bring character to the outside of your home just as the summer blooms fade. Warm and inviting, yard lighting can make your house a pleasure to come home to. Read some ideas for you to create the perfect backyard for your new home!

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Home Renovation Costs of Pre-Owned Homes

When you’re in the market to buy a home, deciding between buying brand new versus pre-owned or used is one of the first decisions to make. One thing that will influence your decision is the cost of renovation, which unavoidably come with a used home. Here are some common costs that you will likely face … read more “Home Renovation Costs of Pre-Owned Homes”