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VIDEO: Holiday Home Tour

by HGExpo.com on 01/08/2014 - 11:13 am
Category: Décor & Lighting

By Morgan Lasher
In my house, January 2nd is the official close of the holiday season.  Stockings still hung, ribbons still curly, and lights still ablaze throughout the final days of December.  But one day after a new year has started, the once glorious tree is unceremoniously dragged to the slushy grey curb.  So before we close the holiday season, we invite you to take a peak inside a stunning Rocky River home—decked out for the holidays.  This charming Tudor-style cottage is the home of Donna and Tom English (and, as you'll see, a very loving dog, Miss Molly).  The Rocky River Women's Club Holiday Home Tour featured this home on their annual tour, and Susan ...

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Garden To Table: Christmas Gift Ideas...

by HGExpo.com on 01/08/2014 - 04:20 pm
Category: Lawn & Garden

By Jane SnowThe garden is put to bed and now it’s time to dream. I’ve jotted down a few of my dreams and will give the list to my husband, who never knows what to give me for Christmas. You’re welcome to print the list and give it to your own Santa.A garden journal helps you keep track of what you planted, what varieties thrived, when the first hard frost arrived…. in short, everything you need to know to repeat the successes and avoid the failures of last summer’s garden.Gardener’s Supply Co. sells a handsome 5-year journal sprinkled with planting and pruning tips, reminders of seasonal gardening chores, a daily calendar, a pocket for seeds and a pocket ...

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VIDEO: Benefits of RK Contracting Met...

by HGExpo.com on 12/10/2013 - 01:31 pm
Category: Home Exteriors

Metal roofs are becoming an increasingly popular choice for Northeast Ohio homeowners frustrated with what our special brand of seasonal change does to shingles.While we get our fair share of wind and hail, the real bane of the asphalt shingle is more boring—changing weather. Volatile temperature changes cause shingles to contract and expand, resulting in cracks and gaps around borders and nail holes. Then, it's only a matter of time before water slips in and attacks the integrity of the roof from the inside.At the time of this writing, it's 55 degrees °F in December. Additionally, direct sunlight followed by rain is a one-two punch that softens up and then washes away the protec ...

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