Winter is by far the fiercest of our seasons. Tumbling temperatures, icy precipitation, and fluctuating sunlight can wreak havoc on your home’s exterior. Don’t let the ferocity of winter create undue damage to your home this year. Before the weather turns, take a few steps to protect your humble abode. Read More
Come join the fun at the FestiFall. The 3rd Annual event is from 10-3 pm on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at Hudson Gardens. There will be a food drive collection to help support IFCS Thanksgiving baskets program.
It is a fun time for families to enjoy the fall season with a pumpkin patch, music, straw bale maze and much more.
Also, bring your non-perishable, non-expired food to kick off the Harvest Food Drive benefitting IFCS’ Thanksgiving basket program!
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Well before those last few warm days of summer begin to fade away, is time to think about winterizing one’s home. Drastically changing weather can put a strain on even the newest of homes, but all it takes is a little time and energy during the fall to ensure that expensive damage and repairs will not be needed this coming winter. Take the time now to winter proof your place.
Making an unfinished basement habitable is a good way to add to a home’s living space. Basement renovations can be both easy and inexpensive, if the homeowner is able to identify and focus on the right projects. It can be a DIY project, or the homeowner may use the services of Newmarket custom home builders. An unfinished basement can be made into a functional office, a children’s play area, or even a home gym. There are a large number of possibilities, but the first step should be to fix some common basement problems.
As children grow and develop, it can become common to face phobias that make have fear with different experiences. Children have a natural need for safety and security, making a discomfort and the unknown difficult for them to endure. There are a number of common phobias that most children experience at different ages, as well as a few ways to treat the problems. Read More