Everyone knows the typical ways to decorate a home for the holidays. These are fun, meaningful, and often traditional. You might begin to feel like some are overly familiar. If years have passed since you've shifted up your decorating scheme, maybe it's time to add a few new and special notes into the mix. Holidays are a time to feel warm, comfortable, and cared for, so focus your decorating on practical things that you'll use and enjoy.



Every year, over 100 million Americans head out for holiday travel. Whether you are going to visit family or escape to warmer climes for a bit, it is important that you take steps to protect your home in your absence. Don’t worry: they’re easy! But taking the time now means you won’t come home to mess, inconvenience, foul odors, and other hassles. 



There is no better place to be in the autumn than in North Carolina! As you wind your way through roads and trails in the Great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains, you’re greeted with brilliant reds, yellows, oranges, and golds. No doubt that the foliage is gorgeous - but what do you do with all the leaves in your yard when the trees shake them off? We have five ways to put nature’s bounty to good use!



Your home is your sanctuary, a place where you should be able to leave the cares and worries of the world at the door.  Safety and security are the foundation of all of this. But there is a pervasive belief out there that modular homes are not as safe “stick-built” homes, especially during severe weather. Is this true?

No! That’s the short answer. Let’s look at a slightly longer one. 

If you are looking for a home in Asheville, North Carolina, modular homes often help move the dream of ownership closer to reality. Safety is a primary concern. Here’s what you need to know:



For many people, the dream of homeownership is achieved thanks to more budget-friendly manufactured homes. And when you’re part of a welcoming community, your house truly becomes your castle! The best part of moving in is making this space uniquely yours. Here are some interior design tips for manufactured homes to help consider.

What are your goals? To maximize the use of space? Make smaller rooms look and feel bigger? To create a light, airy atmosphere? Some ways to achieve them:



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