Brian ScatesTuesday, August 14, 2018
Minneapolis is certainly not your average midwest town. In fact, this city is the largest in Minnesota and boasts a plethora of family friendly activities year-round. While the Twin Cities are infamous for their cold winters, the fall season is tough to beat with it’s beautiful autumn foliage and many lakes.
Along with its typical tourist attractions such as the Mall of America, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Mill City Museum, and Weisman Art Museum, this city has plenty to offer its residents, both new coming and established. Keep reading for the best things to do in the fall in Minneapolis and St. Paul.
Brian ScatesWednesday, June 20, 2018
When planning out a potential garage expansion project, there are quite a few factors to consider while going through the entire process. For example, living in the Greater Minnesota Metro Area, homes are consistently exposed to our infamously frigid winters. Though one would not typically think of the effects of cold weather on their garages, the fact still stands that harsh winter conditions can really do a number on your garage.
Brian ScatesFriday, May 11, 2018
Moving itself is a stressful process. Often times there are goodbyes involved, sentimental feelings about the home itself, a strict timeline...not to mention the high cost of doing it the right way.
One thing that can add stress to a move is the added responsibility of caring for a pet. Unfortunately, you were not able to have a conversation with them ahead of time to let them know that everything will be okay and you are not abandoning them, so the stress of change will likely not sit well.
A stressful and chaotic move can send your pet directly into sensory overload and give them a dose of unnecessary stress that could have been avoided. In an effort to keep all parties calm, consider these steps.
Brian ScatesTuesday, April 10, 2018
Summer is Approaching: Tips for Maintaining Your Deck
Picture it now: The entire family out on the deck enjoying a Minnesota weekend with food and fun. This may not be a reality if your deck is out of shape or you let it go after the snow finally clears. (Which could be forever at this point.)
However, there are easy and affordable ways to update your deck right now and maintain it for future good times outside.
Painting your house or deck in Minnesota doesn’t have to be a headache. Whether you have the skills and supplies to do it yourself or want to hire a professional, here are several tips to help you maintain your deck all year long.
Brian ScatesMonday, March 26, 2018
Minneapolis Home and Garden
Beginning March 30, the notorious Home and Garden Show will make its way to the Minneapolis Convention Center for two weekends. Anyone looking to refresh and renew their homes inside and out will be able to find the inspiration needed at this one-stop-shop event.
The Home and Garden Show has endless design options for viewing, including windows, cabinets, flooring, and landscape. Along with the latest designs to inspire attendees, the expo event will feature dozens of experts waiting to help guide your remodeling plans.
Tickets are available online, with prices ranging from $4 to $12. You can also find discounted prices here for single-day tickets. The discounted offer likely won’t last long, so if you plan on attending, you may want to get your tickets as soon as possible. To avoid expensive parking pains when you arrive, also book a parking space ahead of time with SpotHero.
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