Tuesday, July 24, 2018 / by Shelley Costello
There are times you might long for the relaxed leisure of the spa experience, but with the cost of a manicure it's not always a pleasure one can afford. If your current bathroom set-up isn't the optimal place for rest and relaxation, here are some cues for how you can turn it from a bit of a problem to a consummate pleasure.
Install A Vintage Vanity
The look of slick steel and porcelain can certainly be classy, but if you're looking for an upscale room you'll love to spend time in, consider a vintage dresser that you can turn into your very own unique vanity. While you'll need to develop some plumbing and woodworking know-how to make this dream a reality, it will easily fancy up your bathroom and lend for an elegant, everyday experience.
Spring For A Bold Color
Part of the spa experience is often the palette of jewel-toned colors that are used on the walls, but it can often be considered a risk to take on such an intense tone in one's own bathroom. Howev ...
Saturday, June 23, 2018 / by Shelley Costello
Summer officially arrived this week it's an exciting time in Boca Raton.
Lets start with the Fabulous Fourth Celebration – City of Boca Raton that starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Countess de Hoernle Park aka Spanish River Athletic Facility
What can you expect at the fantastic event? To start The fireworks start at 9 pm. Celebrate the Fourth of July with presenting sponsor, the Boca Raton Airport, live music and performances, carnival rides, games and crafts, food and drinks, and of course, fabulous fireworks to end the night!
Make sure to take summer outdoor safety precautions.
Free parking will be plentiful with several nearby public parking lots including Boca Corporate Center with complimentary shuttle service will begin at 5:30pm and run continuously until 10:15pm. Blankets & lawn chairs permitted. Personal fireworks, sparklers, alcohol, and family pets are absolutely prohibited.
All of the in ...
Friday, June 15, 2018 / by Shelley Costello
Summer is approaching and it's time to go around the home looking for potential safety hazards. Inside and outside are potential dangers that could cause harm.
It’s important to us all that our home be considered safe. Accidents happen all the time within the home, though. Listed below are several tips to follow to ensure safety in each room in your home.
In the Kitchen
* Keep flammable objects away from the stove. Do not let oven mitts, paper towels, etc. come into contact with the hot pots and pans or the burners.
* Use cleaning products with caution. Ensure that you do not put the cleaning products within reach of your children. Keep them out of reach so they cannot accidentally poison themselves.
* Never leave sharp objects and tools unattended in a place where little hands can reach them.
* Ensure that all electrical cords are kept away from water and flammable objects like curtains and hand towels. The cords could overheat and c ...
Sunday, May 6, 2018 / by Shelley Costello
The front door is the first thing visitors see when they arrive at your house. A beautiful entrance can transform the look of the entire home and is an essential component to creating curb appeal. Doors provide the opportunity for you to express your unique taste and style by allowing you to customize the entrance to your home.
Remodeling Projects With The Highest ROI
Even on a budget, you can give your entrance a makeover and transform an ordinary front door into something which welcomes guests from the moment they walk up.
The truth is, an entry door replacement is one of the most affordable and important investments you can make in your home — one that will pay for itself many times over throughout the life of the door.
• Replace – While certainly the most expensive option, an elegant front door can set the tone for the home. Options from beautiful wood to industrial steel doors compliment the home’s architecture.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 / by Shelley Costello
Your home’s air conditioner needs a regular tune-up just like your car does. If you don’t know much about air conditioners, here are some quick tips and facts:
Your home’s air conditioner consists of three main parts:
1. The Compressor: It’s the large outdoor unit which is usually on the side of your house or behind the garage. It compresses the refrigerant, or Freon®, into a liquid that then evaporates, resulting in cooling.
2. The Blower Unit: Pushes the air throughout the system.
3. The Ductwork: Circulates the air. Cool air is carried into the home; warm air is exhausted.
Anything having to do with refrigerant should be left to professionals. Hire someone to inspect the refrigerant and the compressor lines.
Here are several do-it-yourself tune-up tasks for your home’s air conditioner:
• Change the air conditioner filters: Schedule a day each month to change your filters. It can be the first, the fifteen ...