Sandy Griffis is the Executive Director of Yavapai County Contractor's Association.
Have we time-warped into spring?
We did what they say is a “big no no.”
When your outdoor greenery looks sad or unkempt, you may consider employing your own handiwork, a landscaper or “an urban forester,” as Joshua Loveall, an arborist, describes his job.
The thermoplastic hard hat has become a symbol of construction and, over the years, has become a safety requirement on construction job sites.
Our home has carbon monoxide monitors.
Here is the email we received this week: Hi, wondering what your recommendation is for maintenance of a water heater.
My wife and I are contemplating purchasing a hillside lot in Prescott for a new home.
While I am a firm believer in the power of positive thinking, I also realize that it has been an extremely tough year for many Americans, and our own community families and businessmen and women that hold the American dream near and dear.
Concerns were abundant and plentiful, as they say with words of wisdom, a few weeks ago on the use of the garbage disposal this holiday season.
We just inherited a home from my parents that was built prior to 1970.