Pre-season football is underway, and now it’s time for you to get your home theatre game ready for the season. Whether you enjoy the Saturday afternoon following your favorite college team or watching your favorite NFL team on Sunday, there’s nothing better than watching the game with friends and family. However, you don’t want to be huddled around a small TV trying to see the replays. Here are a few tips to help get your entertainment system ready for game day.
Spring is finally here, and a new season gives us all the opportunity to open up the windows and let our houses air out from a particularly rough winter. The warm temperatures make it the perfect time to refresh your home with spring cleaning. Here are a few ideas to help you tackle spring cleaning.
Even though it’s been one of the harshest winters in years, and we can all expect at least one or two more good storms from Mother Nature, it’s never too early to begin thinking about spring and landscaping your yard. Whether you’re thinking about a backyard overhaul or a small upgrade here are a few tips to help you prepare for when spring arrives, and you can begin digging.
Home improvement projects are some of the most significant resolutions for homeowners. Home improvements can bring a fresh new look to your home as well as add value. Before any project, you most likely weigh the pros and the cons, plan for a budget, and determine if you’ll see a return on your investment. Here are a few projects that will get you the best ROI.
With winter officially slamming the mountains of Colorado, you can trust that it won’t be long before everyone along the eastern slope and the front range will feel the chill. Before Mother Nature turns on her freezer and piles on the snow, here are three things that you need to do to winterize your home. These tips will help keep your house warm and will save you money this winter.
As the temperatures begin to drop and the snow begins to fly over Colorado, it’s time to think about winterizing your home to ensure that your home is warm and cozy throughout the unpredictable Colorado winter. The last thing anyone wants is to have a drafty home. Here are a few tips to help you winterize your windows and doors to keep the cold air out and the warm air where it belongs – in your home.
Temperatures might still be topping out in the 70’s and 80’s, but if you look around at the colors, you know fall is here. In Colorado, you just never know when Mother Nature will decide to drop temperatures and sprinkle in a few snowflakes. So, now is the perfect time to take advantage of this beautiful weather and get your home ready for the winter months.