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Why Buying a New Home is Best

Categories: Blog, SeaGate Homes | Posted: March 31, 2016

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Homebuyers face many choices when searching for the perfect property to buy. Building a home from the ground up can seem daunting, but it may be the best decision you have ever made.

When you build a new home you can choose what you like from the very beginning. From the perfect kitchen to the best floor plan for you needs, you make the choices without having to settle or remodel. New homes also don’t have the pitfalls of used homes, everything is brand-new, under warranty and built to meet the latest design and safety standards. This makes a new home lower maintenance and more energy efficient, which translates into long-term savings for the homebuyer.

Today’s advanced design and safety standards help improve air quality, comfort, energy efficiency, environmental impact and safety without the high cost of remodeling. But the best part of building a new home is that it will be your dream and filled with your memories from the very beginning.

New Trends in Spring Gardening

Categories: Blog, SeaGate Homes | Posted: March 14, 2016

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These days people are thinking inside the box when gardening. From vertical planters to raised beds to windows boxes, growing planting fresh beautiful plants has never been easier. The new trend this season is combining style with sustainability by growing vegetables for beauty and cuisine.

Many vegetables can be both decorative and delicious, the stand-out among these is also holds the title as latest food trend: Kale has both beauty and brawn. Touted for its low calorie, high fiber, abundance of vitamins and nutrients, and recipe versatility, it is easy to understand why it is a staple of healthy eating. But with several edible of vitamins and nutrients, and recipe versatility, it is easy to understand why it is a staple of healthy eating. But with several edible varieties, and countless ornamental styles, Kale is also becoming a staple for landscaping as well.

Growing your own salad is a simple, easy introduction to growing food for dinner and decoration. Spring is the perfect time to plant, kale, spinach, arugula, romaine, cucumbers, chives, green onions and tomatoes. Most of these crops take 50 to 70 days from planting to harvest so you will have beautiful planters throughout the spring, with the added benefit of fresh salad whenever you want.

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For more information on when and what to plant check out these websites:

https://bonnieplants.com/library/salad-garden-containers/

http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/vh021

http://www.cookinglight.com/food/in-season/vegetable-garden-designs/containers-cool-season

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