• It’s pouring cats and dogs at the municipal animal shelter.

    LYNDHURST – It’s pouring cats and dogs at the domestic animal shelter. The Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center is at capacity and is looking for people to adopt. Worried about adoption costs? Don’t. The Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center will be carrying out a free adoption for cats and dogs over six several months old …

    August 29, 2019
  • Top Fencing Design Ideas This Week

    Do you consider great fences make great neighbors? Or are you with Gene Autry, looking for large open country? If you reside in close areas with your neighbors, you’re likely in the previous camp — whether it’s a fence to keep a dog at home, an aluminum barrier around your pool for safety or a …

    August 27, 2019
  • Top interior design fads in SoCal

    Every home is unique in its own way, especially when it comes to interior design. Homeowners often choose design styles that are influenced by what is popular in their part of the world. Joybird took a look at the styles most searched by state using Google Trends. The most popular design choice across the country …

    August 26, 2019
  • What to Do If You notice an Infestation at Your Self-Storage center

    Discovering mold inside your structures would be a shock for any self-storage operator. It won’t just ruin tenants’ goods, it poses a serious health risk. While it’s best to prevent mold from growing in the first place, here’s what to do if you find it. Judy Olsen | Aug 26, 2019 Owning a self-storage business …

    August 20, 2019
  • Four Secrets Divorce Attorneys Want You To Know

    The divorce rates in California have been going up at a rate in line with the nationwide divorce rate of the U.S. Possibly this is the reason every League City family attorney is busy defending a party every day. The divorce procedure is extremely aggravating, one that can definitely bring out the worse in someone. …

    August 19, 2019
  • Rare Finds at CA Pawn Shops

    Need some power tools, a guitar, a TV or a paintball gun? What about a $15,000 mummy? If you are in the marketplace for something uncommon and perhaps practical, then San Bernardino’s antique stores and pawn shops may be the place for you. One of the most enduring, has been open since 1950. The shop …

    August 18, 2019
  • The Best Three Landscape Design Trends This Fall

    A serious landscaping industry trade group has announced what it believes will be the top 3 landscape design trends this fall. “Move over mums and classic orange and yellow color schemes,” National Association of Landscape Professionals Vice President Missy Henriksen said in a statement. This fall we expect to witness a challenge to traditional fall …

    August 17, 2019
  • 4 Things to Know When Planning Charter Travel in CA

    Whether you’re a San Antonio newcomer, returning visitor, or original resident, there is a lot to see, do, and experience in the city. From strolls together the River Walk to museum-hopping across the ’09, San Antonio’s vibrant skyline is superior viewed when you share it with a friend or two or 20. However, preparing a …

    August 15, 2019
  • Top Plumbing Program Aides Local Homeowners

    If you’ve experienced a plumbing backup, you know it can be a shocking ordeal: water all of a sudden gushing from a floor drain, lavatory, or other basement plumbing. Contrary to the many other reasons of basement flooding, backups are the outcome of heavy rain causing local sewers to become so overwhelmed that water has …

    August 13, 2019
  • 1 Very Bad Habit Is Fueling the international Recycling Meltdown

    If you’re like myself, you’ve looked at a paper coffee cup or an empty tube of tooth paste and thought, “Is this recyclable?” before tossing it in the recycling bin, hoping someone, somewhere, would sort it out. People in the waste management industry call this habit “wishcycling.” According to Marian Chertow, director of the Solid …

    August 11, 2019