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Monthly Archives: November 2013


Nov
26
2013

He’s been here forever, he’s the grumbling grizzly bear that occasionally climbs down out of his den after some busy months of placing winter buys or making show orders, and steps back into the sales position. Ed Smith grew up with a background in the grocery business, he has dabbled in owning and operating his own store, …


Nov
25
2013

Market Monday – Hustle in Housing

Posted in What's New by Kate Whittemore

Housing A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about the depressing news that kept surfacing about the housing market and other economic forecasts, but as soon as I did that, my requests for positive insights were answered. First I read an upbeat article in Forbes  about the bullish housing market and how we …


Nov
21
2013

Pest Patrol – Rodents

Posted in What's New by Kate Whittemore

From Mice to Squirrels, Home Central is infested with pest control solutions.   Jackie, the pest expert, has some handy tips for controlling your pest problems:   Mice and rats can quickly become a problem for anyone! A female mouse can start to reproduce at about 30 days old, from there, about every 30 days she …


Nov
14
2013

Deck Railing Update

Posted in What's New by Kate Whittemore

A couple months ago I wrote an article about deck/porch railing options and my own search for a look that would appease myself and my husband. By the end of writing the article I felt we had chosen a look that would make us both happy, but when it came down to ordering the materials my husband …


Nov
06
2013

The Renassaince Roof

Posted in What's New by Kate Whittemore

It feels as if we have come full-circle in the roofing industry. Several generations ago metal roofing was tried and true, every farmhouse in the countryside had a metal roof, but over the last 100 years asphalt shingles took over the marketplace, full steam ahead. With rising petroleum costs and changes in design aesthetics, people …


As I looked through articles trying to find some relevant information to share with you this Monday, it became clear that the people we rely on to keep tabs on the housing industry are in dire need of some mood enhancing drugs, or at least some of those smiley emoticons   Here is a list …