Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Home and Garden Maintenance

Goodness gracious we love Texas. It's so nice here, most of it this time of year, even though some people will share ideas that its  too hot to live here. Finally, we have found a place where we call home. We moved into a house located in a town called Mesquite a while back which was great for us, but even better for my little bunny dog. She loves having a spacious place to play and we love being able to share it with her! It was awesome! Just to think that our backyard becomes a paradise for little bunny dog. There were some needs of course, like getting  cheap zero turn mowers and having to go to the sears to buy. It is not only having  mowers for the backyard but there are other needs when you are living in a big house especially in the summer.
   Air conditioning is of paramount importance when you have to maintain a large property. It may be the right time to check on  lowes air conditioners for the house, which would compliment our desire to provide coolness and serenity for your family.  Can you imagine how lovely it was when you first moved in a house and you can smell the freshness of nature?
   Larger properies may require the installation of up to a 4 ton air conditioner. Other factors that would help keep the coolness in and the hot out in the summer time would be by using proper building materials plus the use of  a quality ceiling tile  for your drop ceilings. In the end, even our little bunny dog will love to smell around and run like crazy. But an underlying factor is that people must do what it takes to protect their health, but at the same time, live comfortabally, and in the means that they can afford. Even our little bunny dog will tell you how she lovse to smell and run like crazy. Even people need to protect their health.

Brother's Land

Guest post from: Constance Rodgers

My brother and I recently bought some land way outside of town with the intention of growing timber on it for resale. I’d read that this was an awesome idea and it didn’t seem like a lot of work, so we pooled the money we had from dad’s estate and got to work finding a place. All was fine until Jim decided that he actually wanted to move onto the property! I was really against it at first but once he showed me the plans for the cabin I had to agree it looked great. He had researched everything, from how they’d pump in plumbing to internet at He was ready to make me an offer for my half of the land when I told him to go ahead and build – it was half his, too! I know it would make dad happy to know we were still hanging out together after all this time and it definitely makes me feel good knowing I’m helping my brother out the best way I can.