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Uncategorized Support Windsor Businesses Now is the time to support our local businesses. As of March 26th, below is the status of businesses that are open and will be delivering, open with online order, and businesses that offer gift cards.
Uncategorized St. Patrick’s Day – Crowds, Solitude and The Coronavirus Have your annual St. Paddy’s Day celebration plans with friends and family and maybe hundreds or thousands of other people now changed due to the COVID-19? I know mine have. In an effort to slow the spread of this disease and to protect others, most of us have chosen to opt out of celebrating the […]
Uncategorized Furry Friends Love Colorado!    Colorado ranks at the top in pet-friendly states alongside Maine, Virginia, Arizona, and Oklahoma. Filled with dog parks and pet-focused businesses, such as doggy daycare, puppy spas, and canine hotels, Colorado really knows how to socialize and spoil our furry friends. As developers build new communities and architects design new homes and businesses, our four-legged […]
Uncategorized VETERANS DAY – LET’S NOT FORGET THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VETERANS AND ACTIVE MILITARY. In a time when every day is a national holiday, ‘National Wine Day’, ‘National Siblings Day’, ‘National Hot Dog Day’, let’s not forget the significance of this day that should be celebrated to its fullest. On this day we honor those who have served, sacrificed, […]
Uncategorized The Slow Down in Foreign Buyers The United States housing market is experiencing a significant reduction in foreign buyers. Windermere Chief Economist, Matthew Gardner, cites several factors that could be contributing to this trend and offers his opinions as to what to expect in this recent Market Update.
Sellers Increase your living space—and your home’s value Cooking and dining alfresco is arguably the single greatest thing about warm weather in spring and summer, but most backyard barbeques involve a million trips to and from the kitchen. As such, one of the hottest trends in new home construction is outdoor kitchens. Outdoor kitchens typically feature a comfortable eating area with a combination […]
Uncategorized Simple Ways To Conserve Energy In Your Home With the increased emphasis on global warming in recent years, combined with rising energy costs, more and more people are asking what they can do to make their homes more energy efficient. Energy conservation can be as simple as closing your curtains at night, changing a light bulb, turning down your thermostat, or closing the fireplace […]
Uncategorized Childproofing: Protect Your Family and Your Home from Potential Hazards When you think of your home, it likely conjures up feelings of safety, shelter, and comfort. However, accidental injuries in the home are one of the leading causes of harm to children 14 and younger. By taking certain precautions, many of these accidents can be prevented. While supervision is the best way to keep your […]
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Uncategorized Is a “home exchange” vacation right for you?   It is finally summer; time for barbecues, summer camp, and family vacations. In recent years we’ve  heard of people shortening their vacations, staying closer to home, or going nowhere at all for “staycations”.  Another way to save money, while still getting away, is to leverage your own home for a home exchange. A home […]
Home Facts Make the Most of the Home You Have If you have been in your home for a while you may be restless for change. The great part about having a home of your own is you can make improvements and give your home a chance to evolve over time. You just need to help your home live up to its potential!  Here is […]
Home Improvement 10 Steps to Get Your Home Clean and Ready for Spring Warmer months are ahead, so now is the time to plan for spring cleaning and maintenance. A clean home offers a fresh start for the year, and a checklist of tasks guides your efforts towards efficiency. For many homeowners, spring cleaning can be a personal challenge. It can also be one accomplished with the help […]
Home Facts Transforming Your House from a Summer Home to a Winter Hideaway None of us want to admit it, but Winter is Coming. The new season of Game of Thrones might not be until 2019, but your home will need preparation before then. As the days shorten, you can mitigate many mid-winter headaches with some preemptive prep. Proper weatherizing can help protect your investment from preventable damage, save money […]