Archive: September 2010
Thu, 30 Sep 2010 by Keystone Homes
People in Aiken, SC like to say, “If you’re lucky enough to live in Aiken, you’re lucky enough.” It’s easy to see why. Take a drive around and you’re just as likely to see stylish, single-family homes nestled alongside grand, historic estates. This delightful small town combines the best of Southern charm with modern amenities to make it the perfect home for growing families, young singles and retirees.
Mon, 27 Sep 2010 by Keystone Homes
Shopping for new homes in the Augusta GA or Aiken SC area? You may notice some builders in the area using cast stone on the front elevation of the home. We've found there are many disadvantages to cast stone and for those reasons you won't find it on a Keystone Home.
But don't take our word for it. If you have questions, they can be answered in detail in this article featured in the 2004 Journal of Light Construction.
Mon, 20 Sep 2010 by Keystone Homes
In the 1800’s a painted red front door meant the owners of the home would take in weary travelers for the night. Today, Red Door Homes uses this symbol to promote their philosophy of affordable home ownership to land owners all over the country. Red Door Homes is pleased to be partnering with local builder, Keystone Homes, Inc. to open a new “custom built on your land” division for the Central Savannah River Area.
Mon, 13 Sep 2010 by Keystone Homes
Want to spruce up your yard, but don’t have the money to spend on a professional landscaper? You can always do the work yourself. Here are a few DIY landscaping ideas to get you started:
- Planters - Your local garden or home improvement store will have a variety of shapes, colors and styles of planters for your yard. Planters make great containers for herb gardens – saving you the time and expense of buying parsley or basil from the grocery store. You can also use planters to grow butterfly attracting flowers such as milkweed.