APRIL 12 & 17, 2005

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Page 1 - Disability doesn't hinder home design; Never too late to consider bulbs for next season; What's Inside; Advertising Index
Outdoor Adventures

Page 2 - Key to successful gardening in northern Michigan is having patience... and a Plan B
The Concrete Service, Inc.; Williams Kitchen & Bath; Silver Leaf Sawmill; 13th Street Market, Cadillac

Page 3 - Get help for home mobility; Consolidating clutter: Reorganize, resell; Get rid of hazardous materials; Design - from page 1
Phillips Energy; Handyman Connection; Pine Hill Village Gardens; Four Season Nursery

Page 4 - Seasonal rentals offer options for owners and guests; Building codes ensure home project quality, safety; Re-laminate countertops
Western Concrete Products

Page 5 - Project becomes War of the Roses, battle of branches; Do it yourself or find a good handyman; Rose pruning tips
Summer Place Casuals; Four Seasons Sunrooms; Advance Designs Land & Waterscapes; Eikenhout, Inc.; Michigan Gutters

Page 6 - One of a kind condos: Both eco-friendly and smart-growth

Page 7 - High-tech systems let home owners track own security; Avoiding a break-in: What you can do to stay safe and secure
Richardson Building Co.; Steuer Excavating, Inc.; England Building & Supplies, LLC; Robinson's Scenic Gardens

Page 8 - Tips for both buying and selling your home; 'Hybrid' mortgages offer 5 years of savings
Northern Floor & Tile; Larry's Pool & Spa; Advanced Awnings•Upholstery•Canvas