It’s September and the hustle and bustle for the holidays is fast approaching. Enjoy your 2015 holidays with new decor. “Bland is not an option,” says Caron Lopez, owner of Grand Windows & Interiors. Caron’s goal for your home is “Gorgeous, yet uniquely and comfortably yours!”
Does your kitchen or bath look like the “Before” picture in the latest HGTV episode? When you want a bathroom or kitchen that looks completely new, but you don’t want to deal with a complicated renovation, you don’t have to be a do-it-yourselfer. Paul and Jonee Barnett, owners of Miracle Method Surface Refinishing, have the “After” you’ve been looking for.
“It’s happened…faster than you ever thought possible. The baby teeth are gone. Crayons and scissors are replaced with lockers and cellphones. Your BABY has become a teenager!
Sometimes the excitement of moving to a new house is dampened by projects or renovations that need to be completed.
Dr. Eric Humble—the board certified Plastic Surgeon at Sugar Land Face & Body Plastic Surgery—believes people can be truly rejuvenated by making their visions of themselves a reality. “When you like who you are,” says Dr. Humble, “you can enjoy life to its fullest!”
Seventeen, that’s how many years the Jinks family has been relying on Dr. Zahra Cook for all of their oral care needs. Of course, Christine Jinks had no idea that’s how things would turn out when she made her first appointment. Moving to the Richmond area by way of the UK and the Netherlands, Christine first heard about Dr. Cook in 1998 when she and her family moved to Pecan Grove.
Kevin and Stephanie Williams love having a pool at their Greatwood home, but it was time for an update. “We really wanted to change up the look,” says Kevin. “We wanted to keep the shape, but make it different by adding water elements and changing the plaster, coping and decking. Plus, we wanted an outdoor kitchen that flowed great with the new look of our pool.”
When the plumber that lived down the street from Sarah Warburton moved, she turned to a big national company the next time she needed plumbing help. “I was so used to my neighbor just stopping by and fixing what needed to be fixed on his way home that I had no idea what I was in for,” says Sarah. “I felt like I was in a high pressure sales pitch and left with an inflated bill. Different guys were in and out of my house, and I had no idea what they were doing or if they were fixing anything!”
That’s the theme of the third annual Fall Classic Charity Fundraiser hosted by Sugar Land Rotary and title sponsor Classic Chevrolet Sugar Land on October 3, 2015 from 5:30-10:30 p.m. on the indoor tennis courts at Sweetwater Country Club.
Chrome so bright, it’s practically blinding. Handlebars so high you could fly a flag on them. Back tires that would fit on a bulldozer. And that rumble…the deafening rumble.