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According to the March 2022 issue of Fortune magazine, “New home construction soars 22% as America finally starts building houses again. After a decade of construction that has failed to meet demand, homebuilders are stepping up their efforts to match the red-hot U.S. housing market.” Most anyone who has been looking for a home or...
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“In the spring rain, the pond and the river become one. Into every life some rain must fall.” -Langston Hughes Most everyone enjoys a beautiful running river. Most everyone enjoys a gentle pond. However, in spring, when rain after rain after rain falls, the two – river and pond – often become one. No one...
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Mary Jo Ridgeway eased her car into the driveway, her beloved Tudor-style home up ahead. Nestled in a grove of pine trees, the historic brown and beige home with a deep red front door was a true beauty. Mary Jo and her husband Jim purchased the decades-old home ten years ago. Yes, they had to...
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We at Rock Foundations would like to wish you the happiest of holidays! From everyone here, we hope you experience peace, joy, and happiness this festive season and all of 2022! It’s hard to believe another year is ending, with a new year close at hand. New year’s eve is always a wonderful time of...
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  Nancy and her daughter Beth, both master gardeners with Phd’s in Horticulture, were working outside late November prepping Nancy’s flower beds for winter. While Nancy searched for diseased plants and some invasive species to remove, Beth pruned the perennials and replenished the mulch for the cold months to come. Then, while Nancy was kneeling...
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Halloween is fast approaching: a fun and scary time that signifies winter is on the way. It’s a playfully spooky time; however, other aspects of October’s end are not so fun. Winterization is also on the calendar. It’s that time of year when a thorough home inspection is recommended and winterizing is a must. Preparing...
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“Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.” – John Ruskin The English writer and philosopher John Ruskin, who pondered many topics, including the environment, concluded that there is no bad weather. Good can be...
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The stately colonial, the windswept Cape Cod, the enduring saltbox, the classic cottage: All across the country, Americans enjoy living in a variety of long-established and beloved home styles. In fact, many younger people are flocking to such historical varieties as people more and more appreciate the architecture of the past.   A home is...
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For Michiganders living under umbrellas and constantly scooping water off decks, awnings, and flower pots, the upcoming forecast is welcome news. Drier and warmer weather is on the horizon. Yes, the state will still experience some rainfall, but it is forecasted to be on the lighter side. Drier days are ahead. Unfortunately, though, the damage...
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