Explore home improvement vendors for ideas, demonstrations, quotes and just about anything needed around the home for improvements or future project s. Admission is for 12 and older.
If there’s no shower in your house, think about putting one in. You can lower your water usage by putting in a shower. Also, showers are more accessible. You can save 75% of your normal bathtub water by taking a five minute shower instead.
When was the last time you utilized the swings for anything other than a mobile seat to rest on? When’s the last time you went down the slide rather than waiting to catch the kids at the bottom? When’s the last time you played “hot lava”? When’s the last time you got home smelling like spit from the metal on the playground and took a bath that left your water brown from dirt and with little wood chip floaties in it? When’s the last time you were King of the mountain, glowing in childish praise?
The best way to find these good deals is to make some friends within the departments. If you have some local home improvement stores in your area you should start visiting them fairly regularly checking for closeout deals. When you visit make note of the people who work there and start building relationships with them and get suggestions. Allow them to be experts at what they do.
There is nothing better than seeing the sun come out in the morning. Something about summer just brings life into most souls. Yes, it is time to get out that home improvement project idea. One of the best projects you can do is fixing up the lawn. There are many good home improvement product supplies for lawn care. You could add a planter box or two to the front of your home. Thinking of having some friends over for a barbeque? A new deck may be in order.
Every time we take the kids out I race them to the best toys. I can’t help it. I turn into an 8 year old again, and i love the weird little games kids make up out of absolutely nowhere. Remember those “K, the game is you can’t step on anything blue, and when you get to the top of the slide you have to turn 3 times and go down the pole with your legs out” impromptu games you made up with your friends when you were little? They’re so much more fun when you’re a grownup who is just one of the kids for a second, trying to remember the odd rules of an ever-changing playground game while adding the “yellow twisty slide is base!” rules of your own. You get to bond with your kids while having a blast yourself.
“If you are a person faced with a possible layoff, you aren’t going to buy a boat, but you might buy a log splitter,” says David Therrien, Timberwolf’s chief executive.