Are You Remodeling Your Family Room?

27 September 2019
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

Are you remodeling the family room of a house you've lived in for many years? Or, have you recently moved into a previously owned house? If that's the case, perhaps you knew right away that you'd be remodeling the family room.  No matter the reason that you are remodeling the family room, do you already have a plan in mind? Maybe you are still pondering the changes you'll make. If so, from selecting pre-finished wood for the flooring to choosing a new wall treatment, here are some ideas that might help you. Read More 

New To Golfing? 4 Etiquette Tips You Need To Know

18 June 2018
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

Golf is a sport that is governed by some very specific etiquette rules. If you are just taking up golf, it is important to understand the etiquette rules surrounding the sport. Respect the Clothing Rules First, make sure that you respect the clothing rules at whatever golf course you attend. Golf courses like to present a certain image, and most have rules for what you can wear on the golf course. Read More 

Six RV Site Etiquette Rules You Don’t Want To Break

26 March 2018
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

If you're new to traveling via RV and staying at RV sites, you may not yet be familiar with how all the etiquette rules work. RV campgrounds are a unique type of community that in some ways operate by their own set of etiquette rules. You'll want to familiarize yourself with these rules to avoid inconveniencing others when you're out on the road. The following are six RV site etiquette rules you don't want to break: Read More 

Three Things To Know About Using “Fore” On The Golf Course

23 June 2017
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

When you've recently taken up the sport of golf and are spending more and more time making tee times at your local public golf course, it's important to ensure that you follow the many rules of golf etiquette. Dressing properly and respecting the course itself are important, but another topic to familiarize yourself with is the use of the word "fore." This term, which is used to alert other golfers when you make an errant shot, can save your fellow players from sustaining serious injuries. Read More