Summer Edition

Published July 6, 2004

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Page 1 - Grow green: Organic gardening made easy; Making outdoor parties fun
Outdoor Adventures Down Outlet

Page 2 - Outdoor furniture
TK Builders; The Concrete Service, Inc.; Ferguson's Fireplace and Stove Center; Custom Draperies by Patrice

Page 3 - Moth gardens offer beautiful night show; Proper insulation should prevent mildew
Widmaier Enterprises, Inc.; Phillips Energy; Summer Place Casuals; America's Carpet Barn

Page 4 - Surface treatment an easy way to improve a drab slab
Max's Service; Affordable Irrigation and Maintainance; Lark Lawn and Garden

Page 5 - Children will dig this easy-to-build sandbox; Homeowners warm to tankless water heaters
Outdoor Comfort and Home; Country Warehouse Sales; Floor Covering Brokers

Page 6 - Barb Renaud: Flower Power's 'green' thumb; Controlling garden pests nature's way
Advanced Awnings; Draperies on Wheels; Richardson Building Co.; 13th Street Market and Nursery; Solar Solutions; Residential Construction Solutions

Page 7 - Help for conrolling household mold and mildew; Tile can add warmth, beauty and durability to your home
Buster's Blind Factory; Michigan Gutters; Robinson's Scenic Gardens; Northern Michigan Hardwoods; Sara Busby Design; Armour Siding Co.; Creative Lighting and Restoration

Page 8 - Is bringing the indoors out and outdoors in a sensible trend?
GeoFurnace Heating and Cooling, LLC; Cherryland Electric Cooperative; Silver Leaf Sawmill; DeWeese Hardware; TraverseGuide.com

Page 9 - Awnings enhance appearance, protect home from sun; Reasons for clutter vary, results the same
Breeze Hill Greenhouse and Four Season Nursery; Trend Window & Design; Larry's Pool and Spa

Page 10 - A backyard shed can boost you storage options
Brown Lumber; Stewart-Zacks; Architecture Artistry Interiors; Steuer Excavating Inc.; Four Seasons Sunrooms; DeWeese Hardware; Rickman's Antiques