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Category Archives: a-Long Beach
Financial Reasons to Buy a Home Today There are a number of personal and emotional reasons to buy a home. But there are also some strong financial reasons to make the investment. Here are just a few of those reasons: … Continue reading
Long Beach Jergens Tunnel Built in 1927 and opened to the public in 1928, the Jergins Pedestrian Subway, was built to create a safer transportation to the beach. Named after pioneer oil baron Andrew T. Jergins, it also lead to … Continue reading
Whether you are a Car race fan or not the Excitement is in the air as the 40th annual Long Beach Grand Prix has arrived.
Gates open at 7 a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 13.
Tickets starts from $28 for a Friday general admission to $135 for a three-day pass that includes reserved seating in grandstand upper levels on Saturday and Sunday.
So much more tan the races themselves. You will find exhibits, awards and destinations all over the venue. Worth traveling to for a family day or even a weekend of fun and adventure. Continue reading
Hermosa Beach celebrates St Patrick’s Day 2014! Come out and enjoy the Parade & 5 K run. Lots of fun activities to celebrate this weekend! Continue reading
If you are thinking of selling your home and wanting to repaint to attract buyers, then you’ll want to know what colors to avoid. Check out these great tips from Realtor Magazine The Worst Colors to Use in a Home On … Continue reading
South Bay Market Trends .com February 2013 Greater South Bay market including: Carson, El Segundo, Gardena, Harbor City, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Lawndale, Lennox, Lomita, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes Estates, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Rancho Palos Verdes, Redondo Beach, Rolling … Continue reading
10 Predictions for Housing in 2013 DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2013 The new year could be the best year in real estate in years, but the housing recovery still remains fragile and challenges remain, says Dave … Continue reading
#2-1 DRY OUT TOILET BOWL AND TANK:
Before I have to do any work on a toilet, I use a wet vac to suck out all of the water from the toilet bowl and tank. No more messes.
#2-2 ON RE-PLANTING GRASS SEED:
Put a window screen over a spot in your lawn that you’re reseeding and you won’t have to worry about birds eating the seeds.
#2-3 FIX A DRAIN CLOG:
The plumber couldn’t budge the clog in our upstairs bathtub drain, so he said we’d have to tear out the ceiling below in order to get at the pipe. But a contractor we know had another idea that made a lot more sense. He stuck the nozzle of a wet-dry vac into a roll of electrical tape to get a tight seal against the tub’s drain, and covered the tub’s overflow hole with a flexible rubber pad. Then he turned on the vacuum and, voilà: the clog was sucked out of the pipe, saving our ceiling—and our bank account.
#2-4 NO MORE STUCK OUTDOOR LIGHT BULBS:
Screw-in bulbs in outdoor fixtures can corrode and become stuck in their sockets over time and will often break when you try to twist them out. Rub Vaseline on the bulbs’ threads before screwing them in and you’ll never have a problem replacing the bulb when the time comes. Continue reading
Is GREEN POWER on your 2013 New Year Resolutions List? Learn more about being GREEN in 2013! Start the New Year GREEN! Join me and representatives from the South Coast Air Quality Management District and JPy Magazine for a presentation … Continue reading