Archive: June 2013

Home of the Week: A Boston Classic in Beacon Hill

Not only is Boston Strong, but it’s beautiful as well. Our newest ‘Home of the Week’ brings us to a historic townhouse in one of Boston’s most desirable neighborhoods: Beacon Hill

How to Keep Pets Cool and Safe at Home in the Summer

Tips for protecting your pet from the summer heat.

Tips on how to Keep your Home’s Temperature Balanced

Many people want to learn how to help save the environment and save money in return. By tweaking certain things in your home like insulation and sealing, your family will be able to lower the costs of heating and cooling your home as well as help the environment by using less energy.

June 27 / 2013
Author Ariel Williams
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Category Going Green
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5 Must-Dos for Your Home Before Going Away on Vacation

Majority of homes are robbed during the summer months when many are away on vacation. Follow these tips and tricks in order to help prevent your home and family from being burglarized this season.

June 27 / 2013
Author Ariel Williams
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An Emily Post Etiquette Guide for Buying a Home

As in life, there is proper decorum for going about many things, and that also includes buying or selling a home. When looking at homes as a buyer, there are several unwritten rules to follow that will help ensure a smooth and successful experience, no matter what side of the doorway you are on.

June 26 / 2013

How to Remove a Border, Philly-Style

If you’ve had enough of the Phillies’ latest slump, you may be thinking about replacing the team logo border on your wall. Here are some ways to remove a wallpaper border without damaging your wall.

June 26 / 2013
Author Jennifer A. DiGiovanni
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Category Philadelphia
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Neighborhoods with Las Vegas Mansions Offer Celebrity Lifestyle

Touring the homes of movie stars often ranks as a popular pastime when visiting Los Angeles. However, in Las Vegas, most mansions remain largely secluded and inaccessible to visitors staying on the Strip.

June 26 / 2013
Author Terri D'Richards
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Category Las Vegas
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Nightlife in Jacksonville Varies in Type and Geography

Nightlife in Jacksonville is much like the city itself. Depending on what neighborhood you find yourself in, there is a variety of different clubs, restaurants, beaches and bars to keep you entertained.

June 26 / 2013
Author Tracy Jones
Category Jacksonville
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Jacksonville Hiking Trails

One thing that sets the Jacksonville area apart from the rest of Florida is the effort taken to preserve the region’s natural setting. With an abundance of sunshine and mild, sunny winters, outdoor activities are yours for the taking.

June 26 / 2013
Author Jenn Hawkins
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Turf Wars: Hydroseed vs. Sod

Small urban yards may need little ongoing maintenance, but growing new grass can be a challenge. If you are starting from scratch, you have two main options; laying sod or hydroseeding. Which is right for you?

June 26 / 2013
Author Jennifer A. DiGiovanni
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Category Philadelphia
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