April 2018

Found 4 blog entries for April 2018.

Spring is finally upon us and with it comes more warm weather activities. One of the coolest benefits about living in Daybreak is all the free, fun events planned for local residents. There is no shortage of awesome events coming your way in the coming weeks and months so let’s check a few of them out!

Having some trouble with your yard work and pruning? Want to get involved in Daybreak’s unique garden opportunities? On Wednesday, May 2nd at 7 pm, Daybreak is offering a free workshop “Daybreak Spring Pruning 101” at the Garden Corner Park in Eastlake to help you know how to take care of your plants’ health. On top of that on Saturday, May 5th at 11 am, Daybreak is have a gardening workshop, “Daybreak Community Gardens-Demo” at the HUB Info Center to

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Our Daybreak website is not only beneficial to home buyers, but also to other agents.   Here's what one agent, with another broker, had to say about www.daybreakliving.com

"This is the best Daybreak website for searching homes and I use it even over the MLS"!  

www.daybreakliving.com is the ONLY site that gets top GOOGLE rankings for Daybreak!  If you are looking for the best way to MARKET your home, simply look at who is the Market Leader for Daybreak.  Our listings get more traffic due to our key secrets on Daybreak's #1 website.  



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We cannot all be natural chefs in the kitchen and automatically know or remember how many teaspoons are in a tablespoon, or how many cups are in a pint.   This innovative homeowner created a chalkboard cheat sheet on the back of a cabinet door to help remember measuring equivalents and as an added bonus, they added hooks to keep their measuring cups and spoons organized and easy to find.   What do you think?  Do you "dig it or ditch it"?


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Farmhouse sinks are still soaring in popularity...why wouldn't they, they look great with every decor!  Of course, if you have ever had to install one, you may say, "never again".  There's more to the installation than meets the eye or the skill level of the average DIYer.  If you are remodeling your kitchen then a farmhouse sink may be the way to go; however, if you are thinking you can just swap out a standard stainless steel sink for an undermount farmhouse sink, you will most likely need new countertops and a new base cabinet to support the weight.  Other cons of a farmhouse sink are the price and the most popular,one-basin style, that doesn't allow for a separate wash and rinse.  And last, if you choose the white porcelain style, you will have the

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