Snakes in the City?

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Unless you live in one of the farther out suburbs, you may assume the only snakes you’ll be seeing this year are at Zoo Atlanta. However, much of the land that metro Atlanta now occupies was almost rural just a few decades ago, and new home construction is pushing Atlanta farther and farther out into the surrounding, greener areas. As …

Quick Upgrades for Your Backyard

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Breezy summer nights were made for relaxing and enjoying the fresh air outside. However, the great outdoors might not be as inviting if your outdoor living spaces need some upgrades. We have some great suggestions for how you can easily give your patio, deck, and porch areas a makeover, without a significant investment of time and money. And whether you …

How Healthy are Your Trees?

Amber Randhawa Homeowner and Homebuyer Tips

While some of us prefer the low maintenance lifestyle afforded by a small yard or patio rather than significant grass and shrubbery to maintain, others love a large patch of land filled with trees. If you are more the latter and are lucky enough to have an expansive yard with plentiful tree shade, you need to be be aware of …

A City of Green Thumbs

Amber Randhawa What's Happening Around Atlanta

You may have noticed that in spite of shelter-in-place orders, the parking lots at your local Home Depots, hardware stores and nurseries seem to always be full. That’s because at-home gardening is experiencing quite a boom in popularity while Americans are spending so much time at home. From experienced amateur farmers to first timers, it seems like everyone is trying …