Back To School Help

It’s almost back to school time and we’d like to re-publish this recent article by Rachel Southmayd over at the Fort Mill times and request anybody that can help out even a little bit will be making a huge difference… “Anyone who has walked into a Walmart, Target, Staples or any other store where pencils, binders and notebook paper can be found can testify that back-to-school shopping season is on. At the Newport Walmart, you can’t even get past the cash registers without running into displays of composition books and crayons. School supply lists have been published, and some families can already be spotted shopping. While shopping for new supplies can be fun, for some, it’s a cause for anxiety because of the additional cost. […] Read more »

Low Cost Remodeling Ideas To Increase Your Home Value

To increase the value and appeal of your home with cost effectiveness in mind, you might want to consider these remodeling ideas: Attack the cabinets. “The money’s in the kitchen” as many will tell you.  The best bang for your buck when done right will be realized in your kitchen.  Many start with their existing kitchen cabinets but instead of replacing the cabinets, you can spend about $250 per door to refinish (sand and stain) the cabinet doors, or refacing the cabinets (covering with desired wood or veneer covering) that costs around $250 to $500. Both options will save you thousands of dollars in comparison to purchasing new cabinets. Add a fresh coat of paint. Take a good look at your walls.  The little things you’ve grown accustomed to or […] Read more »