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    Best Day Trips From DC for Couples

    By Lori Mang | July 30, 2020

    People in DC work hard and play hard. Which is probably why we have so many great restaurants, clubs, and recreation areas in town. Whatever your neighborhood, you probably can find world-class cuisine, creative cocktails, and exciting clubs and performance venues to ensure you always have something fun to do on a Saturday night. But... Read More

    Protect Your Investment! 4 Home Gym Equipment Maintenance Tips….

    By Lori Mang | July 27, 2020

        Nothing sets off the panic button quicker than losing your outlet for exercise and stress relief during these pandemic stricken times. Gyms worldwide closed up suddenly, leaving you hanging. Some are beginning to open up, but under restrictive guidelines that might keep you from getting a solid workout in. If you were smart... Read More

    The 5 Best Schools in DC for Your Child

    By Lori Mang | July 23, 2020

    Washington DC is one of the most desirable markets for real estate in the entire country. And no wonder. Besides the proximity to the job opportunities in the area, there is so much to love about DC. Museums, historical sites, natural beauties, and more contribute to the incredible richness of this part of the mid-Atlantic.... Read More

    Red Hot Shopping in DC

    By Lori Mang | July 20, 2020

    The DC area offers an array of options if you’re looking for something fun to do. The city is one of the most walkable in the country and offers incredible outdoor and recreational opportunities. Also, of course, there are all of the historic homes and buildings, the monuments and museums, and many other ways to... Read More

    4 Fab Ways to Create an Outdoor Space Your Friends Will Love

    By Lori Mang | July 16, 2020

        Closing your eyes and listening carefully, you can almost hear the cheerful chatter of your guests amid the sweet tunes of Summer, as they spread out across your backyard. The hub of all this playful activity is your patio area. Creating an outdoor living space can make all the difference between a dazzling... Read More

    4 Simple Steps to Protect Your Home From Heavy Rain

    By Lori Mang | July 13, 2020

        If the rumble of a Summer thunderstorm sends chills up your spine, you’re not alone. Lightning isn’t to be taken lightly. Or maybe you’re the type that enjoys a Summer deluge, and the cooler temps that follow. No complaints here! For some though, the fear of the lightning or the fun of being... Read More

    Surprisingly Simple Ways to Update an Older Home

    By Lori Mang | July 9, 2020

        Maybe you have lived in your current home for a long time, or perhaps you’ve purchased a beautiful Victorian in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood. Whatever your home’s age, if it’s been around awhile, you’re going want to implement changes to keep it looking fresh. Easier said than done.  What if you don’t have... Read More

    Who is Responsible for Sewer Repairs?

    By Lori Mang | July 8, 2020

          After a long, hard day at work, coming home to a flooded basement or a backed-up toilet is just a teensy-weensy upsetting. Sewer problems cause nasty messes– and sometimes require expensive repairs to flooring and walls. The average cost to repair a sewer main is about $2,500, but you could spend anywhere... Read More

    Best Pet Friendly Spots in Washington DC

    By Lori Mang | July 6, 2020

    In Washington DC, we take our pets seriously. People here all seem to have at least one, if not more, pets. And these dogs and cats are not just sitting at home waiting for their pet parents to come home. People take their pets everywhere with them. Thus, many DC establishments of all types have... Read More

    4 Easy Ways to Make An Eco-Friendly Home

    By Lori Mang | July 1, 2020

      So much energy that goes into powering a home. Some would say too much. From air conditioning, water consumption, and running appliances, hundreds of vital processes either use electricity or require it to get you what you need. Not only can this strain your budget, but it’s hard on the environment. If you’re hunting... Read More