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5 Ways to Prepare Your Yard for Summer in Pennsylvania

By | May 17th, 2017|Seasonal|

While it hasn't even really felt like we've had a spring yet, summer is right around the corner in Pennsylvania. You know what that means: humidity, flash storms, thunder, lightning, and a ton of fun to be had by everyone. Instead of wasting your days trying to finish up outdoor activities or keeping up with [...]

5 Best Landscaping Tips for Pennsylvania Residents

By | April 20th, 2017|Gardening, Hardscaping, Lawn Care|

Landscaping is a difficult job for many people, especially in Pennsylvania. The problem is that the climate and seasons make it difficult to create something that lasts a long time if it isn't done by a professional. We see landscaping that could have been great go wrong all the time because people just didn't quite [...]

Tax Offices in State College to Help You This Season

By | March 11th, 2017|Money Matters|

Tax season has a bad reputation for a good reason: it can be extremely stressful. Many people don't really understand tax law and they just hope that whoever does their taxes understands enough that they don't get in trouble with the IRS. That isn't the way to live. You should feel confident in your tax [...]

7 State College Florists for Valentine’s Day

By | February 13th, 2017|Seasonal|

While the weather outside is still trying to figure out what it wants to do, the holidays keep rolling by us. With Valentine's Day readily approaching, you have only a few hours left to make your choices for florists to prepare your bouquet for the person you love. The good thing about flowers, however, is [...]

Where to Get Your Heater Inspected in State College

By | January 13th, 2017|Seasonal|

Though it might not seem it for the next few days, winter is here. The cold is coming, whether we like it or not, and we all have to prepare for consistent cold for weeks, if not months at a time. It is during this time that our homes cool off, the coldness seeps into [...]

Best Christmas Lights Displays in State College

By | December 16th, 2016|Seasonal|

Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year. It seems like no matter what else is going on in the world, everything just slows down a little bit and we can all breathe and enjoy ourselves - once the shopping, decorating, traveling, wrapping, cooking, and calling have all stopped of course. Christmas [...]

7 State College Business Where You Can Buy Live Christmas Trees

By | November 13th, 2016|Seasonal|

Decorating for Christmas is a favorite pastime for just about everyone. It brings your family together, marks the start of the season, and makes your house smell great. However, it can also be really stressful. Trying to find the best place to buy a Christmas tree is extremely difficult because there are so many options [...]

8 Services to Get This Fall in State College

By | October 11th, 2016|Seasonal|

In our post last month, we went over some of the fun things you could do in the fall months and some of the things you could do yourself to prepare for the season. However, this month we are going to cover some things that you might want to get checked by a professional. These [...]

Preparing for the Coming Months: 8 Companies to Reach Out to in State College

By | September 15th, 2016|Gardening, Hardscaping, Outdoor Decor|

Fall comes quickly and many of us are unprepared. In fact, each year it seems like more and more people are caught off guard when that first frost hits. That is most likely because fall is one of the busiest times of the year with back to school, sports, working overtime for holidays, and trying [...]

7 Companies to Help Make an Outdoor Haven for Children

By | August 16th, 2016|Hardscaping, Outdoor Decor|

In today's world, it isn't always cool for children to spend their time outdoors. Between texting, Netflix, Twitter, Tumblr, and all of the other inside fun, going outside and sitting in the shade of a tree or reading a book in the sun just doesn't cut it anymore. But what if it didn't have to [...]