April showers bring May flowers. We had a good amount of sun this month and looks like we are going to end the month with rain. Which is great for the flowers, but I know we all want the sun to stay. I see so many people out and about again, it’s nice to see everyone enjoying this beautiful weather. Remember to keep your mask on in public space and to keep a 6 foot distance from people you do not live with. We want to enjoy this weather but also be smart and remember that we have a pandemic still going on so we need to be safe. With this sun being out I know there are people wanting to build those new patio or decks for outdoor living space. We can take care of that for you. We can help you design, push through permitting and even build. Your one stop shop for your full remodel needs. So if you want that bathroom gutted and redone, or the kitchen is well outdated, or maybe you don’t have a deck, pick up that phone. We will build your dreams. Give us a call for your remodeling project 425-224-2004.
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Classic Remodeling NW Inc. is booking new jobs left and right. We just had 4 new jobs sign this week and looking at having more sign in the coming months. With construction booming this year it would be smart to get in with a contractor sooner than later as everyone is filling their schedules. With such a high demand in services this year homeowners would be smart to get designs and plans started immediately for those big projects. Design processes can take a little longer depending on how many times you go back and forth with changes, so if you are ready to get started our number is below. If you already have a pretty good idea of what you want, the design process can go much smoother and quicker. If you are ready, we are waiting for your call. We offer complimentary consultations, so give us a call at 425-224-2004. We would love to hear about your remodeling ideas.
We’re here to say that growing flowers and veggies is definitely an art, but it’s one you can learn fast with a few shortcuts – aka gardening hacks.
Here are some of the best gardening tricks of the trade approved by experts who say they really work. And the best part? Many of these ideas use home goods that you’ve got lying around the house already.
Fill Your Planters With Bottles and Cans To Save Dirt
The trick here: Fill the pot about two-thirds of the way with cans or plastic bottles from your recycling bin, then pile the dirt on top. This way, you use far less costly soil from the garden center, plus you improve the aeration and drainage at the bottom of the planter. Oh, and you can move it around your patio more easily, too.
Divide Your Bulbs In Half For More Flowers
“When you see your flowers aren’t producing the way they used to, yank them up and then carefully pull the small, offset bulbs away from the base of the plat,” says Susan Brandt, master gardener at Blooming Secrets.
Plant these new bulbs, plus the original one if it seems in good shape (it’s worth planting again if the base is firm to the touch), and you may double your blooms without spending more money.
Take Your Soil’s Temperature With A Kitchen Thermometer
Line Pots With Coffee Filters For Easy Repotting
Place one at the base of your pot, fill with dirt and plant your seeds or plants right in this paper nest.
“And when you go to repot it, lift up the filter gently and evenly so it keeps loose soil from spilling on your workspace,” says Brandt.
“Eggshells are an excellent source of calcium, and you can use them as fertilizer in areas with clay soil,” says Brandt.
When planting, add a little pulverized shell to each hole, suggests Oscar Ortega, maintenance care manager at FormLA Landscaping. These delicate wonders also contain potassium, magnesium, and phosphorus, which can help perk up house plants, too. (Sprinkle some in the dirt every couple weeks.)
Chicken Fakitas Bake (Low Carb and Keto)