Home & Garden
Spring Edition

Published April 13, 2004

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Page 1 - Flower Landscaping's Simple Joys
Barker Creek Nursery

Page 2 - Conduct thorough interviews with potential contractors
The Concrete Service, America's Carpet Barn

Page 3 - Your living room may be stepping outside
Lark Lawn & Garden, Distinctive Windows & Doors

Page 4 - Bedtime story: Mattress tells tale of good night's sleep
Max's Service, Northern Paradise

Page 5 - Demolition: Think before swinging sledgehammer; Tools of the trade: Right equipment keeps yard looking great; Tips from the Audubon Society to keep birdfeeders healthy
Breeze Hill, Knight Air, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Custom Draperies by Patrice, Schichtel Nursery

Page 6 - 'Green Built' now a viable option; Associations give the thumbs-up to reputable contractors; Home tour features salvaged construction materials; The right stuff for getting off to a good start this spring
Ferguson's Lawn Equipment, Armour Siding, EZ Built Homes, Pine Hill Nursery & Landscaping, Solar Solutions

Page 7 - Snapdragons, asters, pansies brighten up autumn; Disputes don't have to lead to lawsuits between homeowners and contractors; Understanding blueprints benefits homeowners, designers and the resulting home project
Geofurnace, Summer Place Casuals

Page 8 - Home inspectors list, explain common hidden defects; Home improvement do-it-yourselfers are caught up in Web education
Trend Window Design, Williams Kitchen & Bath, Zeien Tile & Hardwood, Blue Star Landscape Supply, Robinson's Scenic Gardens, Inacomp Computer Centers

Page 9 - Simple (from page 1)
Premier Flooring Solutions, Four Seasons Sunrooms, Poolside Pools, Steuer Excavating

Page 10 - Plot your garden on paper first
Brown Lumber, Advanced Awnings, Organic Plant-It, SRW Contracting/Paving, Michigan Gutters