Remodeling can add significant value to your home, but completing any project while living in it is not easy. We've got firsthand experience in surviving remodels, and have come up with a handful of tips to make it a little more manageable.
Archives: July 2015
Wilson Downtown Gallery: Only One More Month of Swartz Photography
Swartz Photography has major talent. They capture the intricate beauty of our very own Shenandoah Valley and have adorned our gallery walls with their glorious portraits. Stop in any time from now through August to take a look! If you see something you like, they can have one printed for you!
13 Practical Ways to Save Over $2,000 on Your Annual Electric Bill
The arrival of your electric bill every month doesn't have to be a day of dread, doom and gloom. We've compiled a helpful, practical list of 13 ways to save a ton of money on your annual electric bill, plus a couple of tips for more future savings!
Area Parks: Wildwood Features a Perfect Blend of Sun, Shade, and Beautiful Scenery
Take a tour of the scenic Wildwood Park, nestled along a bend in the river in the Town of Bridgewater, featuring an abundance of shade, short walking path, playground, suspension bridge, picnic shelter, and much more.
Bridgewater Received $944,000 from VDOT to Fund Dry River Road Project
Dry River Road, situated behind Marshall's Distribution Center, Shickel Corporation, and Perdue, connects the Town of Bridgewater with Route 257 heading west of Dayton and into Montezuma. This is a heavily traveled road for folks with a variety of transportation needs: vehicles, big rigs, buggies, tractors, bicyclists, and pedestrians. Though the speed limit is only 25 mph, it can prove quite dangerous with such heavy traffic on a "commute" route. Enter VDOT...
Area Parks: A Dream Come True Playground
For the third park in our Area Parks Series we visited the always colorful and aptly named A Dream Come True Playground. This park really is a dream come true, not only because of the fantastic and extensive play equipment, but because it all started with a small Girl Scout Troop who had a big dream. They dreamed of a playground where all children, regardless of age or abilities could truly play side by side. Now that’s a dream worth fighting for! After 9 years, this fully accessible and inclusive park was a reality.