Curb appeal in the winter is as important as it is every other season of the year. When young flowers and plants are burgeoning in spring, it is easy to spruce up the exterior look of your home. Similarly, in the summer, ideas for having fabulous curb appeal seem endless. Once fall comes, you can easily take advantage of the vibrant colors of the season to create fantastic curb appeal. But, in the winter, the task is much more difficult. Often winter days are full of gloom and it seems like there is stark white and bare trees everywhere. But there are ways to make your curb appeal pop amidst the often cruel backdrop of the season. Here are a few great ideas to get your creative juices flowing.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, the decorations are already out in the stores, I think it’s time to start thinking about how you will prepare your home for Thanksgiving. If you are hosting the festivities, or having overnight guests, it’s especially important that you begin now.
As the winter months approach us, you need to be thinking about how to keep your plants safe during the harsh winter season. That’s why we’ve compiled some tips for you on how to keep your plants safe in winter.
If you were hoping to sell your home before fall but you just haven’t found the right buyer, it’s not too late. Many home sellers feel that they would fare better to sell their home in the spring and summer months, but the benefits of selling your home before year’s end are great too.
All Hallows Eve is upon us and that means lots of adorable, as well as scary, figures tromping through your neighborhood and knocking on your door in search of goodies. Ben Buys Indy Houses wants to show you the top 5 safety things you can do so no one can break into your home this Halloween.
Ghosts, witches, paw patrol and clowns….oh, the clowns. Halloween is upon us and you are probably trying to determine how to keep your home safe for Halloween. But keeping your home safe is just a matter of taking some simple steps to set your concerns aside.
Many potential homeowners wonder how they can find out when the last time the furnace or A/C unit was serviced. It’s a solid question and one that bears some explanation. After all, you don’t want to purchase a home thinking everything is in proper working order, only to find out that the furnace is on its last legs.
You’ve dreamt of having rental property and now you have it, but with all the perks of being a landlord, you have drawbacks to deal with too. One of the most difficult drawbacks is determining how to get a renter to move out. After all, it can’t all be bubbles and moon pies or everyone would be a landlord.