FEB2021: ONE MONTH CLOSER TO WARMER WEATHER!
ONE MONTH CLOSER TO WARMER WEATHER!
One month down, 11 more to go. Even though this is one of the coldest and dreariest months of the year, there are still ways to make it sunnier.
To help brighten your home, spruce up your entryway. After the holidays and dealing with any snow, your entryway might need some attention and sprucing up. Getting it tidy and organized again will be a welcome sight for you when YOU get home.
One thing that will help declutter is hauling out old batteries, cell phones, and printer cartridges for recycling.
You can start looking now for that summer vacation spot. Hopefully, we will be able to travel this year and get a jump on booking travel plans before the prime locations are taken.
To brighten your kitchen, clean the range hood or vent fan on an over-the-range microwave.
To remove any built-up grease, clean with a citrus-based cleaner, inside and out.
Use a microfiber cloth to clean and degrease your kitchen cabinets while you’re at it.
Last, but not least, spend some time on your oven and cooktop.
To brighten someone else’s day, try making hand-made Valentines, or simply a hand-written note. Try doing some baking or prepare dinner for someone. Showing your appreciation for someone else is never a bad idea.
This isn’t a hand-written note, but we want you to know how much we appreciate YOU. We wouldn’t be where we are today without your support over the years. Thank you!
2021 HOME & GARDEN SHOW
Usually, in February, we are preparing for the Nebraska Builders Home & Garden Show. The 2021 Home & Garden Show will be held on March 12, 13 & 14 at the Lancaster Event Center. Hope to see you there!
If you’re looking forward to spending time outdoors this summer, check out the outdoor space we completed this past fall. To help reduce trips to the kitchen, we installed an outdoor kitchenette area with a sink and some counter space to help with the outdoor cooking. The cabinet has a stainless-steel frame with a weather-resistant exterior and stainless-steel doors. We added a roof cover to help keep things a little cooler on those hot summer days.
WHAT WOULD JENNY DO?
A client recently asked, “Is there a way I can keep my black and white floor in a new bathroom?” Jenny responded, “Luckily you are no longer limited to a hex tile for a black and white tile floor. There are a lot of designs available.” Come visit WCI Kitchen & Bath Design in Sutter Place Mall for your tile selection.
On February 17, 1911, the first electric self-start was installed in a Cadillac.