Father’s Day is the one day of the year we dedicate to that very cool guy we call, or think of, as dad. A typical Father’s Day consists of a special meal, a fun activity and a visit if he lives elsewhere. This year you may want to handle this occasion a little differently, so we’ve come up with some ways to make dad feel just as special as ever!
Purchasing a home for the first time can often be a confusing experience because there is so much to know and learn. You may be faced with financial and industry terms you’ve never heard before. Here is a little primer on some of the more-used vocab you will likely encounter during this exciting process.
With today’s emphasis on cleaning and hygiene but a sometimes lack of supply in the stores right now, it’s time to get creative and take a more holistic approach to cleaning products. One of the main ingredients is vinegar. Here’s a list of what you can and can’t tackle with this mighty household staple.
Mother’s Day is just a few weeks away, and this year, it may be different than any other you’ve celebrated. Instead of visiting mom or sending her off for a day of pampering, you may have to change how you and your family celebrate. A little creative thinking combined with some thoughtful touches will have mom feeling very loved.
Home is where you relax and enjoy all you have worked toward. But having toddlers and little kids also means a constant busy struggle staying one step ahead of them to make sure they stay safe all the time. We’ve put together a list of ways to keep your little ones out of trouble’s way.
We’re all a few weeks in to self-isolating, and it may feel at times like the walls are closing in. Families everywhere are looking for ways to keep their children busy and occupied while the adults work from home or take a much-needed break.
A letter from San Joaquin Valley Homes regarding COVID-19
As a local homebuilder and a proud member of the community, our priority is the health and safety of our customers and sales team. With that in mind, we want you to know how we are addressing the concerns generated by Coronavirus (COVID-19).
This week we saw an extended and surprise spring break issued for our children, so many parents are wondering how to fill the long days with activities during a time that was previously slated for school. While part of the day is meant to be learning time still, there is a lot of downtime to do other activities. With some imagination and a little flexibility, you’ll be able to make the most of these extra daytime hours with your kids.
San Joaquin Valley Homes’ neighborhood Brighton, in the Central Valley city of Tulare, is nestled in the planned community of Willow Glen – complete with a park. It’s conveniently located within a five-minute drive of Visalia where you’ll find a diverse selection of shopping, dining and entertainment venues for the entire family.
The most overworked and visited room in your house is undeniably the kitchen. As they say, it’s the heart of the home. Here are some fun and convenient ways to design and organize this much-loved space.
Moving into a new house can be stressful – not just for the people, but for the furry residents too! They also have had their familiar surroundings changed, and they may feel a little scared to roam in their new environment. Here are a few tips to help you ease the moving transition for your fur baby.
Local Home Builder Beat Out Three of the Nation’s
Largest Builders for the Second Year in a Row
VISALIA, Calif. – San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) posted a record year in 2019, closing 465 homes, selling out four existing communities and opening seven new ones in a busy and highly successful year.
Are you currently living outside of the Central Valley of California and considering moving here? If you need a little more convincing, we’ve put together a list of the reasons why our little pocket in the heart of California is one of the best places to live. After all, all of us at San Joaquin Valley Homes live here too and love it!
It’s nearly January – the time to make yourself promises to eat better, do better and live better. But why stop there? If you’re in a new home or you’re simply trying to get a better handle on the one you already have, extend your resolution list to your personal property as well. There’s no reason why you can’t make your house healthier too!
We can all agree that the merriest Christmas tree is the safest Christmas tree. And for a tree to be safe, we are referring not just to the tree, but to everyone and everything around it…including your pets. This list of tree tips will help keep your home and family protected throughout the season.