County sees second-highest January sales in a decade!
With the changing of the seasons and the sun setting earlier in the afternoon, everyone is looking for ways bring in more light. You don’t have to remodel or undergo hectic and strenuous renovations to brighten rooms up in your home though. Here are 10 ways to add more sunlight without breaking the bank:
In North Carolina we most definitely feel all four seasons but more times than not it feels like fall only last for a short time and then it’s winter. Take the time this season to prepare your home for the colder months while it’s still enjoyable to be outside.
Here are some steps you can take in preparing your home:
We hope that everyone has survived Hurricane Florence with little to no damage and your families are safe. As homeowners, you prepared as best you could for this historic event. Yet extreme weather is so unpredictable that it’s impossible to prepare for everything that can happen. We know this time is stressful and we hope that this information will help everyone move forward to recovery. Below you’ll find pertinent information on our warranty program as it relates to extreme weather plus some tips on post-disaster recovery.
July 4th falls on a Wednesday this year and it coincides with the Sunset Beach Concert Series! Come on out and join the fun directly across from our office and bring in The Fourth with The Blue Pickups Band! These Nashville recording artists will take to the stage for an Exclusive Summer Concerts appearance. Along with the entertainment, food will also be available for purchase from The Dawg Wagon Food Truck, Papa John's Pizza & Wings, Dixieland Kettle Corn and Sunset Slush Classic Italian Ice. When you’ve got your hands full of Italian ice and kettle corn, be sure to stop by Riptide Builder’s tent to enter for a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card!!!
If you are a native or even a transplant to the Carolinas, one topic that your family discusses around the dinner table when summer is underway is hurricanes. Experts tell us that the best time to prepare for the hurricane is not the weekend before but at least a few weeks in advance if possible. If you’re from the area, you know what a grocery store looks like two nights before the big storm hits it's like suddenly, there is a bread, milk and water shortage. If you plan ahead, you won’t be left PB&J-less.