Organize Your Yard And Get Ready For Summer

Dated: 06/20/2017

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Can't find the gardening tools?  Kids looking for their pails & shovels? Does the hose in your yard look unsightly?

What does a bucket, a pallet, an old box spring and a filing cabinet have in common?  All of these and more can be the beginnings of DIY projects that will organize your garage and yard and make summer living much easier.  These simple projects can help speed up those necessary summer tasks and leave more time for rest and relaxation - what summer should be all about.  Check out these projects here to make your summer chores a breeze. 


If you are really looking to enjoy your summer, it may be time to Buy the Beach House.  Start your search for Long Beach Island Properties now.

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Rob Romanowski

Cell: 609-618-6346 email: [email protected] I am a second generation Real Estate professional specializing in sales and vacation rentals on Long Beach Island and the surrounding communities. As....

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