We are well into January, which means the New Year’s resolution season is in full swing. In that spirit, check out our ideas about how to become a better homebuyer or homeowner.
Many Nevadans suddenly find themselves struggling to make mortgage or rent payments. There are organizations that can help, but they need to be contacted.
In our last post, we talked about the dangers of tree roots and how they can not only damage your home, but your neighbor’s as well. In this blog we’ll learn what to do about the darn things without starting a neighborhood feud.
Trees add value to our lives in so many ways. They prevent erosion of the soil, they provide shade, they’re beautiful and, oh yeah, they help us breathe. But those roots can cause problems. Big problems. Read on to learn how to deal with them to save you hassle, as well as actual cash money.
Whether you rent or own your home, it pays to take pipe maintenance seriously. Not only will you avoid the hassle of a back-up or leak, you could save yourself the expense of a busted pipe and water damage.
If you have a yard in Nevada, you have weeds. If not today, rest assured you’ll have them tomorrow.
Do you cling to clothes that no longer fit, stash paint you’ll never use and hold on to baby gates even though your kid is 12? If so, you may have U.A.S. — Unhelpful Attachment Syndrome.
Even if you love yard work, no one enjoys redoing work they’ve already done. So, when designing your yard, do your homework first.
Southern Nevada is full of surprises. We talked to some locals to get the scoop on living in a place that non-residents associate with bachelor parties.
If you consider holiday decorating more of a sport than a nod to festivity, have we got the contest for you—complete with trophies. Go big and you could go home with a Pier 1 gift card.