Friday, September 28, 2018

The Sanctuary on Spruce Creek

Homes For Sale In The Sanctuary on Spruce Creek

The Sanctuary on Spruce Creek is a prestigious gated community in Port Orange, Florida.
Many of the homes in this community are large, luxurious homes that are architectural masterpieces. The community has large four and five bedroom homes as well as smaller homes for those who do not need large living spaces. The Sanctuary is situated in a quiet area off Taylor road, but still close to great schools, parks, shopping and excellent medical facilities. This could be your perfect place to raise a family!
If you are interested in buying a home in The Sanctuary on Spruce Creek click the link below

The Sanctuary on Spruce Creek

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Daytona Beach Shores Oceanfront Condos

Daytona Beach Shores Oceanfront Condos!

Daytona Beach Shores is a charming and friendly oceanfront community. It has: beach, parks, recreational opportunities, and restaurants. This city has something for everyone! There is an executive golf course in The Shores along with a Tennis Club.  The white sandy beaches in Daytona Beach Shores along azure waters bring visitors from near and far. If you are searching for Daytona Beach Shores Condos for sale, be sure to check out our website to learn more. Oceanfront condos are great for relaxing in paradise with ease. Click the link below for beautiful oceanfront condos!

 Click here to see Daytona beach shores oceanfront condos  for sale. 

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Ponce Inlet Riverfront condos

Ponce Inlet Riverfront Condos 

Ponce Inlet is home to Florida's tallest lighthouse! Ponce Inlet also offers a marine science center with interactive exhibits, a boardwalk, observation tower and nature trails. These riverfront condos are great for easy access to all the amazing actives this city has to offer! It is also for those who want to relax by the water in the comfort of their own home. Click the link below for beautiful Ponce Inlet condos on the river! Ponce Inlet Riverfront Condos

Contact our team at (386)566-8091 for more information on all Ponce Inlet real estate and condos!

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Tips for Remodeling your Kitchen

Kitchen Trends

Each year brings about new home design trends, and one of the most popular rooms to study is the kitchen. Looking at trend studies can provide inspiration for homeowners considering updating or remodeling their kitchens, so check out these findings from the latest Houzz report:

   Organization and decluttering are top priorities. Seventy-five percent of homeowners want clutter-free countertops, and 63 percent said adequate storage was the most important feature in a kitchen. Custom storage options have become popular, especially pullout waste and recycling bins, utensil and dish organizers, and wine/bar cabinets.

*    Countertops are getting a new look. Countertops are the most commonly upgraded feature in the kitchen (94 percent), as well as the one homeowners are most willing to splurge on. Engineered quartz has also gained popularity over granite.

   Open layouts are in. Half of renovating homeowners open their kitchen to other interior spaces, with a  completely     open transition or double doors being the most common. One in 5 homeowners made their kitchen more open to the   outdoors, usually by installing exterior doors.

           Design is transitional. Iconic styles such as modern and traditional are falling out of favor as homeowners lean toward transitional, contemporary and farmhouse styles. And they are choosing shaker-style and flat-panel cabinets over raised-panel.

But what about color? White is a predominant color chosen for cabinets, countertops, walls and backsplashes, while wood is the top choice for floors. Natural wood continues to be most popular, but is on the decline as homeowners are choosing engineered wood or laminate flooring

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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Port Orange Homes in Golf Communities

Port Orange Homes In Golf Communities 

With a great community and wonderful people, Port Orange is a great place to settle down, and relax with a good game of golf with friends and family! Port Orange has great golf community homes! Cypress Head Golf Course is surrounded with beautiful homes and is located in the top school district in the area.  Port Orange is well-known for it's amazing schools.  If you are looking to make a move to Port Orange, we welcome you to contact us.

Click the link below to see the amazing golf community homes Port Orange has to offer Port Orange Golf Community Homes

For help buying a great home in a golf community, call Mark 386-566-8091

Monday, September 3, 2018

Forgotten Chores

Forgotten Chores

            Test for water leaks. Water leaks not only waste water, but can also increase your water bill and cause serious damage inside walls or other hard-to-see places. The easiest way to check for leaks is to take a reading of the water meter, avoid using your water for a few hours and then take another reading. If it changes, then you have a leak.

           Seal stone countertops. Natural stone counter tops are porous and absorb liquids, bacteria and stains, leading to irreversible damage. To seal counter tops, clean them with a stone-safe cleaner or soap and water, then let them dry. Then apply the sealer, wait 15 minutes and wipe off any excess.

          Clean dryer ducts. Lint, dirt and other residue can build up on the dryer screen, inside the lint trap, and around the machine and vents. Buildup blocks airflow, leading to less efficient drying or fires. Wash the lint screen with soap and water, use a long brush to clear out the lint trap, and vacuum out the tube and any stray lint.

          Reseal tile grout. Most grout is a mixture of sand and cement, which can absorb liquids, bacteria and stains. Before sealing, scrub the grout and tiles to remove dirt and particles. Then apply sealant and wipe off the excess. Wait 15 minutes, apply a second coat and remove the excess. Grout is successfully sealed when water beads on top.
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