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Home Plastic Waste Reduction

Aloha,



These are the top 10 ways to reduce plastics in your home per the below article.
"RRR" Renew, Reuse, Recycle this is a great way of life!

When you are ready to buy or sell a HOME please contact me so we can get started!

Mahalo and Aloha, Denise






Plastic Rap - 10 Ways to Reduce Plastics in Your Home
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By Lisa Davis
RISMEDIA, January 14, 2009- (MCT)-It seems like hardly a day goes by without some new report about the health hazards of plastics. If it’s not plastic teethers, it’s baby bottles, or sports bottles or old Tupperware. Trying to tell the polycarbonates from the polyvinyl chlorides is enough to make your head spin.
For an informed yet practical approach to plastics safety, we consulted two experts who also happen to be parents:
Susan Nagel, a professor of obstetrics, gynecology and women’s health at the University of Missouri, who’s been researching plastics for more than 10 years. She’s also the mother of 6-year-old twins. She is slowly but methodically repl…

Neutral or Color Schemes?

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Beige, it is a safe color that goes with anything, a neutral, and a background color. Or, is it a starting point to add in some color? I was just reading this article below about going beyond beige and wanted to share it with you. Paint color and accessories are very inexpensive ways to update your rooms or neutralize them. This is very important when getting ready to sell your home, or if you are buying a home it is an easy and fast way to make eye pleasing updates. I have personal experience with selling my personal investment property and the paint color green. I received a few comments during an open home about the shade of green paint that I just painted and that I loved, may not be the favorite of others. So, I decided to neutralize the green and paint everything off white. Well, shortly after doing so, I received an offer and closed on the property. I then was able to realise that this buyer wanted the home to be move in ready and didn't want to paint …

Dishwasher Decisions

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Washing dishes by hand, not a fun daily chore for me and probably a lot of people. So, a dishwasher is the way to do it! If you are needing to replace a model that is ready to retire or are buying one for the first time read the article below for some pointers.
Dishwashers are a standard for todays kitchens and something that a buyer will be looking for when viewing your home. Lets get your property listed and start looking for a new one today!

Aloha, Denise


How Not to Get Soaked When Buying That Dishwasher
By Barbara MahanyPrint Article
RISMEDIA, February 17, 2009-(MCT)-For as long as there have been plates and forks and hungry folk who have polished off a meal, there’s been the art-nay, chore-of doing dishes. As recently as 1970, 8 out of 10 American households got the job done the old-fashioned way: scrubbing with soap and sponge. Not so, of late. As of 2005, the latest available statistics tell us nearly 74% of U.S. households now have a dishwasher. A machine that does…

Outdoor Living Trends

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Outdoor living spaces spruced up are a great way to create an inside room outside!
This idea has become very popular. I see wonderful examples of outdoor safe furniture and "bling" at the local Lowes and Home Depots. If you are wanting to sell you home this is an idea that you can invest in to sell your home now and move with you to use at your new home. An outdoor room is excellent for entertaining, bbq's and just plain relaxin'! With just a few accessories you can update your plain boring Lania into something exciting and new!

Lets get started today!!

Mahalo and Aloha,

Denise


Home Trends - Outdoor Living
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Commentary by Melissa Birdsong
RISMEDIA, April 8, 2008-A homeowner’s experience doesn’t stop at the back door. With leisure time and entertaining moving seamlessly from indoors to out, creating an outdoor “room” remains high on the list of must-haves.
As the passion for outdoor living continues to grow and evolve, many homeowners have upped th…