Fall is the perfect time to complete those pesky home maintenance projects left on your to do list. If you’ve been putting off these chores, you’re not alone, but it could cost you.
Now and then, every home gets to the point at which a quick tidy-up here and there just isn’t cutting it anymore.
With the shorter days and cooler nights of fall can come the urge to hibernate.
Fresh flowers on the coffee table are so welcoming and help bring out outside in.
The 36th annual Yakima Valley Tour of Homes is set for Sept. 9 and 10 and Sept. 16 and 17 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Daily lunches filled with fresh produce
Most mornings Wilbur Ellis employees Reynaldo Barragan and Jose Cardenas spend a few minutes before work caring for a large garden plot to the north side of the business property.
If your idea of enjoying the great outdoors is relaxing on your deck with a tasty beverage while the grill heats up, you’re in good company.
Buying a home for the first time? You may discover that one of the biggest obstacles is learning the lingo. Homebuying can be overwhelming and perhaps a bit intimidating if you aren’t familiar with the terminology.
Building a home with sweat and tears
Building one’s own houses is a long process, but if you have problems navigating the financing process, the options of ever being able to build a home may never become a reality.
The 2017 Garden Tour featuring the well-kept gardens of Yakima gardeners will be open to the public from noon to 4 p.m. June 17 and 18.
Looking for fun items to decorate the home or garden? Check out the variety of vintage markets planned this summer.
Landscaping changes offer bonuses
Sometimes a well thought out landscape plane doesn’t work out as planned.
Transition your interior décor when temperatures drop. It’s a great time to tap into your creativity and make a statement. Here are some ideas – big and small – to freshen up your home this season.
Seasonal pumpkin cabbage and kale combine to create a welcome salute to autumn.
Tour homes this month
This year’s Central Washington Home Builders Association Tour of Homes featured two lower valley residences filled with modern custom detailing.