Saturday, March 19, 2011

Spring Home and Garden Topics for Homeowners

Water flowing from a tapImage via Wikipedia
tap water
Here in Florida, Spring has sprung. I realize some of my readers are still in snow-covered surroundings. If you are one of those, you may have to dream a bit. But, today I share with you a list of articles published with either eHow Home and Garden or eHow Money in recent months.

I hope you find something of interest. I love your comments. So, leave me a comment, ok?

Should I Drink Tap Water?
Should I Line My Garden With Plastic Sheeting? - Is it worth the expense?
Cowboy Nursery Themes - How fun is this?
Is it Better to Buy Solid Granite or Granite Tile for a Kitchen Counter? - excellent expert advice here
How Often Should You Clean a Wood Burner Chimney? - There is nothing like a wood burning stove.
How Much Should Egyptian Cotton Sheets Cost? - You have got to try these sheets.
Should You Keep Your Pond Pump Running in Winter? - What if you do?
Methods for Testing Soil pH - Gardeners heads up - neat new tool for measuring pH
Reasons for Subprime Mortgage Problems - ***one of my personal favorites*** - Send this link to all your friends. Americans need to understand how we got in this shape with our real estate values.
Washington State Real Estate Law - state-specific
Energy Saver Tax Credits for Tankless Water Heaters - tax help for homeowners
High Efficiency Water Heater Tax Credits - Get those tax credits where you can, homeowners.
What Does it Take to Refinance a Mortage? - Will refinancing save you money?
The Housing Bubble in California in the 1990s - interesting information I uncovered on this one
Government Solar Power Incentives for Home Owners - more tax help for homeowners




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13 comments:

  1. Thanks for the visit, following back!

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  2. Nice, to meet you. Come again real soon.

    Malinda

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  3. So glad you followed me- I followed you right back from Adventures at Greenacre : )

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  4. Hi, I am your newest follower. I found you through Mondays blog hop and I look forward to coming back. I am new to all this blogging and hopping so it really helps me out if you can come and visit me. Here in Norway spring is still a long way off but I like to dream. I am sooooooo over winter!

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  5. Welcome, Laura! I appreciate your presence here

    Malinda

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  6. Siv Maria,

    Our temperature highs here in Florida are creeping into the upper 80s this week. Whooo Hooo! It's time to hit the beach, wouldn't you say?

    I just visited your blog and enjoyed it so much I decided to follow it. Keep blogging!

    Malinda

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  7. Thanks for visiting my site - I'm here to follow back!
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  8. Just stopping by to follow you from the blog hop. Hope you'll come visit me and link up with my Wordless Wednesday blog hop, too! http://hisperfectpromises.blogspot.com/

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  9. Welcome, Tamara! I'm glad you stopped by. Come again soon.

    Malinda

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  10. What an interesting list of links. I like the one about Egyptian cotton. Hopefully, someday, I can try them. Thanks for stopping by; following you back.

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  11. we no longer drink tap water...sad, really.

    hi, thanks so much for following; followed you back :)

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  12. Welcome to Just Another Hat! I have a set of Egyptian cotton sheets and they are my absolute favorite sheets. There really is a difference. We found them in a discount store (Big Lots, I think) randomly one day and the twin set was just $10 or so. So bargains are out there! Just keep your eyes peeled. Thanks for following.

    Malinda

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  13. mymy, thanks for following! I know what you mean about tap water. You never know for sure what you are dealing with. I bought an undercounter water filter for use under my kitchen sink. In addition to the regular filter, it had ultraviolet light which also kills anything such as bacteria or viruses that may be in the water. You have to be careful and test regularly to be sure.

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