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The Century Tree Reader The City of College Station Fall Activities Part 2

For Part 1....  Creative activities for adults include making balloon animals 101 and 102, how to crochet a rug, learning flower arranging, making mosaics, soap making, and how to make stained glass. The dance activities teach belly dancing and country western dancing at beginner and intermediate levels. Exercise classes offer Tai Chi and Yoga. Gardening classes teach how to mix flowers with veggies in your yard and self help classes teach you the basics on how to de-stress and use...Continue Reading!

The Century Tree Reader City of College Station Fall Activites Part 1

Early in the morning or late in the evening, a cool breeze hits College Station and people are reminded of the beautiful fall weather that is on its way. Although fall technically begins September 22 this year, the College Station City fall activities have already begun. Youth programs, adult programs, senior adult programs, special events and all types of parks are open to the general public. The city offers many different sports to youth in College Station between the ages of...Continue Reading!

The Century Tree Reader Prepping the Surface of Your Home to Paint

Some of my favorite areas of Bryan and College Station are the historic districts. There are grand, old, colonial-style homes with soaring red brick chimneys and white columns. What has kept these areas of the twin cities beautiful is the upkeep of these old homes. Renovations to homes such as painting the outside may seem time consuming but when done correctly, they add value to a home and look beautiful. Painting the entire outside of your house is no small undertaking....Continue Reading!

The Century Tree Reader How Much Paint and Troubleshooting

Estimating how much paint you will need to paint your home can be a challenge. There are many factors that go into determining the amount you will need, such as the surface of the house, how big your home is, what paint you use, etc. Some exterior walls require 10 to 50 percent more paint than the standard, smooth walls. Although airless sprayers claim to apply two coats of paint at once, they may require twice as much paint as you...Continue Reading!

The Century Tree Reader Painting Your Home and Trim

Now that you have prepped the siding of your home and know what problems to look out for, you are almost ready to do the actual painting. Because paint colors tend to vary a little, it is smart to mix all batches together in a couple of large containers. Any paint you have leftover can go back into the can it came from and resealed. Paint during a time of day that allows you to follow the sun, so that you...Continue Reading!

I want to sell my home..When do I call an agent?

Most real estate agents would probably suggest you call as soon as you’ve decided to sell your home. That way they can offer advice about the local market, how to price it, when to list it, and other matters such as condition, and repairs.  There are some things you can, and should, do on your own before you call.  Other things you should wait and get a professional opinion.  Bottom line is, there are a few DIY thing to do...Continue Reading!