Winter is in full bloom, with major rain storms predicted for the coming months. It’s crucial to be prepared now, BEFORE the rain hits, to avoid high repair costs and keep your family dry. Make sure you have your “splash guards” in place and your downspouts and gutters cleared and ready for the rain. Click on the link below for some additional helpful tips.
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If you are planning to retire and continue to live in your current home, it makes sense to consider improvements that will work for you in your retirement years. Small changes can make a huge difference in your ability to move around the house as you age – and can even be attractive to future buyers with extended families. Click on the link below for some easy tips.
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According to the National Association of Realtors, there’s more to homeownership than just the financial benefits. Findings have shown that owning a home contributes to a healthy, positive and happier quality of life. Click on the link below to read more on this topic.
The Mountain View Police Department recently received a $115,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety and plans to use these funds to address the city’s bicycle and pedestrian-related traffic accidents problem. With the tech giants increasing their footprint in the Bay Area, auto traffic is increasing and clogging our already-congested streets. More and more people are opting to ride their bikes to get around town. Click on the link below to read more on this topic.
It’s that time of year again! Everyone is shopping for holiday gifts for family and friends – and these days a great deal of shopping is done online with packages being delivered right to the doorstep. Unfortunately this seemingly harmless convenience also brings out the “grinch” in package thieves. Click on the link below for a few tips from the Los Altos Police Department on how to avoid being a victim of this holiday crime.