March 2023: Marching Along
We’re “March-ing” along, already in our third month of 2023. For the most part, we’ve had a pretty mild winter in this neck of the woods. Although we’ve had enough precipitation to discover leaks we might not have known about before.
While the roof is clear, look for loose or missing shingles. While outside, check the area around your home to ensure drainage is still leading away from the structure, your gutters are free of debris, and your downspouts are intact.
Inside, test your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and change batteries. It’s also a good time to change those furnace filters. If you need something else to keep you busy, get started on your spring cleaning.
Thank you to those who attended the Nebraska Builders Home & Garden Show last month. It was nice to see so many familiar faces!
Coming up next month is the Tour of Remodeled Homes hosted by the Remodelers Council of Lincoln. This year, it’s open April 29 & 30, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. It’s a great time to get out and check out the work local remodelers are doing.
During The Remodelers Council annual Holiday Party in December, our own Jason Willet was installed as Vice Chair of the Council for 2023.
Featured Project: Minor Repair
Usually, we focus on a recently completed project in this section of the newsletter. But, as some of you may know, we do all sizes of projects – from a whole-house remodel to a minor repair. That’s the focus this month; the little things that have a big impact.
Spark inspiration from our additional projects by exploring our portfolio.
Layered lighting is a way to make your space brighter while adding ambiance. Under-cabinet lighting, toe-kick lighting, and interior-cabinet lighting can be used alone or with room lighting. Recessed lighting combined with pendants is another trend gaining popularity.
As you consider aging in place, lighting becomes more important, as well as motion-activated sensors.
Did you know Veterans Stadium (where the Philadelphia Eagles once played) had a courtroom and jail? The team has notoriously rowdy fans. However, according to a former judge for “Eagles Court,” 95% of the people arrested were not from Philadelphia. Go Chiefs!
Request a no-hassle consultation with our team today.