Designing Spaces presents three topics for home owners; even for future homeowners! First, we dive into the world of first time mortgages, and how to cross the hurdles that are often preconceived notions. Then, we look at another type of living space-the college dorm, and how students can keep those cramped spaces organized. And, for homeowners, there are some great tips on how to organize spaces around the house too! Finally, we go out in the back yard to enjoy the pool, and find it has turned green from algae. That sparkling water has turned into an ugly pea soup color. Despite how bad it looks, we have an expert with the right tools and treatment that will have the pool back to its inviting self quicker than you would think. That’s what we do at Designing Spaces, help living spaces…get better!
First Spaces, Inside Spaces and Outdoor Spaces
Buying Your First Home, Getting Your Pool Clear and Organizing Dorm Rooms
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A green swimming pool is caused by green algae, the most common type of algae to plague pool owners. Other pool problems are Mustard Algae—it looks like yellowish or brownish slime on the sides and bottom. A little rarer is Black Algae, but it is the toughest to eliminate. They will coat the wall, and […]
Designing Spaces’ Debi Marie meets up with Jane Chang Bright, Ambassador with Trinity International Industries, an Eco-friendly storage and organization company with products that make life easier and less cluttered! In this segment, Jane shows Debi how college students can organize the cramped spaces of a college dorm room. From clothes, to books, to school […]