Being a homeowner is one of the most rewarding accomplishments achieved which at times can feel burdensome, keeping your home in top condition when there are other life expenses. However, delayed repairs can turn into very costly obligations that will need to be fixed sooner than later. There is help for Seniors and others within […]
You’re invited- we would love to have you experience our Senior (ages 50+)Tea as a small token of appreciation to you! Tuesday, March 27th 10-12PM Guest Host: Tia McCoy, Realtor and Community coordinator with Habitat For Humanity to discuss City of Atlanta Home Repair programs.
Finally! We’ve been hard at work creating a useful resource for home buyers, and we are now ready for print. Here is the cover, what do you think?
Join us this Saturday 12-4PM at the Ashview Heights Community Spring Fling. DJ, Games, Food and Face Painting along with useful community information. See below Flyer link for more details: Ashview Heights Spring Fling Flyerv3
Just Us is the smallest of the official neighborhoods of Atlanta, consisting of only two streets. It began as the “Fountain Drive-Morris Brown Drive Community Club” in the late 1940s, and evolved into its present name today during the early 1950s. It was established as the first black owned, constructed sub-division in the city of […]
Hunter Hills is a neighborhood located west of downtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Its motto, “One Community, One Family”, has been its cornerstone since 2001. The neighborhood is encompassed in the 30314 zip code. Hunter Hills shares borders with Mozley Park, Dixie Hills and West Lake neighborhoods. The neighborhood rests just inside Atlanta’s perimeter highway […]
Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Brownfields, with certain legal exclusions and additions, are real properties of which the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance, pollutant, or contaminant. Brownfield sites typically exist in industrial areas, or in abandoned mines that have contaminated large acres of […]
Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an effective and environmentally sensitive alternative to pesticide use. Pesticides, as defined by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), are “any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling, or lessening the damage of any pest.” Because of the many efforts to phase out […]
Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Appropriate for a wide variety of climates, straw bale homes can be comfortable and can manage moisture effectively if designed and constructed properly. These structures can provide good thermal (approx. R-30 to R-35) and sound insulation and provide some fire-resistance in ASTM testing. They use low embodied energy, low-toxicity building materials […]
Technology Snapshot & Benefits: Between four and five billion pounds of carpet are replaced every year in the United States alone, but less than 1% of this is recycled. In other words, 99% of old carpet is sent to landfills instead of being recycled and made into new carpet. About 60% of carpet manufactured in […]