The gas fireplace in our home is basically decorative. It has a glass screen and emits very little heat. Does anyone have information (tips, contractors, etc.) on converting the fireplace so that the gas logs emit more heat? … Continue reading →
A new trend: Decorate your laundry room! Considering that the average family does over 400 loads of laundry a year – it may not be such a bad idea – we do spend quite some time in our laundry rooms. Some laundry rooms … Continue reading →
The most important tip is to make every inch count! If you have limited space in your backyard, there are a few ways to maximize the area. Create outdoor rooms or sections, an eating area, an intimate garden.. Design tiers of plants … Continue reading →
The annual drinking water report published by LCWSD says that conservation is key. It is extremely important for everyone to cooperate with conservation tips and measures. High temperatures and record low rainfall is the main reasons for the drought. Fact: … Continue reading →
I saw on this website there is a coupon for a free in-home estimate from Sunrooms Windows in Fort Mill. Sue … Continue reading →
Did you know that more than 70 million Americans feed and watch birds, making it one of the most popular pastimes? … Continue reading →
Installing window awnings can significantly reduce the cooling energy usage in your home.
A Certified South Carolina Grown (Coordinated by the South Carolina Department of Agriculture) label on your produce ensures that the item is first – quality product grown in South Carolina. To access the website, just go to certifiedSCgrown.com and click on … Continue reading →
“Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” is coming to Charlotte in a few weeks, surprising a family on July 28th with a total home makeover. You could be on TV saying “Move that bus!” Stay tuned for updates.
All homes in SCCL have programmable thermostats. When making AC adjustments “Buzz” recommends that you don’t vary temperatures more than 2 degrees at a time. Going from 78 degrees to 70 degrees will be less efficient than maintaining a constant temperature. … Continue reading →