January 2020

Found 5 blog entries for January 2020.

Best Type of Carpeting for Your Home: How to PickCarpeting comes in all different types, colors and materials. Some types are more durable than others, some are softer than others. Often, people choose different types of carpeting for each area of their Aliante home. Knowing the different types of carpeting can help you decide which type is right for you.

Material Types

Nylon has been the most popular type of carpeting for many years. It's popular because it's easy to clean, stain resistant and very affordable. It's also very strong and can stand up well to rough treatment from pets and teenagers. Nylon needs to be steam cleaned every year or so to keep it looking its best. As long as it's properly maintained, your nylon carpeting can last for many years.

Polyester carpeting is often made

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Everything You Need to Know About Different Internet OptionsInternet service options are abundant now, so knowing what service options are available to Willows of Summerlin homeowners can help you decide what kind of service is right for you. If you're not sure what to pick, here's what you need to know.

Satellite Internet

Satellite internet service is a type of internet service that most homeowners seek when they live in rural areas, far from cable or DSL lines. Satellite internet is only available to people who have a satellite dish installed on their home. This type of service may be vulnerable to outages during storms, as cloud cover can prevent the signal from reaching the satellite.

DSL Internet

DSL is internet service that comes through telephone lines. DSL stands for digital subscriber

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4 Bad Trees Homeowners Should AvoidFlowers, bushes, and trees are great choices when it comes to adding life to a yard or garden. Just like any other plant, trees have needs and traits specific to their species. Before a Vistas of Summerlin homeowner buys a tree for their yard or garden, they need to check how tall it gets, how fast it grows, how much sun it needs, and so on. Knowing what the tree needs before buying it will help prevent purchasing a bad tree that is more inconvenient than it’s worth. However, there are some traits that homeowners need to pay extra attention to. Here is what all homeowners need to know about a tree before adding it to their yard or garden.

The Type of Root System

Some trees have very shallow root systems that spread over a large area, and others

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3 Fencing Material Options to Try in Your YardThe backyard is an important part of any home. It's a place to go to relax, to host guests, and to have fun, which means outfitting it should be done with care. Because of this, when it comes to building a fence around a property, it's important to find the style of fence that best suits a Paseos of Summerlin homeowner's aesthetic preferences and durability needs. Here are some fencing material options for homeowners to choose from when fencing in their yards.

Wooden Fences

Wood is one of the most popular backyard fencing options for homeowners. Wood is both attractive and generally inexpensive, with the ability to come in a multitude of designs and styles. It can be stained or painted, which allows it to match any aesthetic or decor.

However,

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Construction Options for Home Basements

Not every Palisades of Summerlin home has a basement, but those that do typically have one of three construction materials present: poured concrete, block/masonry or precast panels. Amid these categories, a basement can also be one of many styles depending on the location of the dwelling and the type of foundation it rests upon. Here's the scoop on home basement construction.

The Wide Appeal of Concrete Basements

Basements encased in concrete are by far the most typical type found on homesteads. Poured concrete basement walls are very resilient and resistant to cave-ins due to the natural pressure from the earth, water and wind. Concrete blocks are also fire resistant and water resistant, but solid walls create joint-free basements with

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