Posts Tagged ‘new jersey pond service’
Realtors need to know alot of stuff.
A good realtor should be prepared to talk on anything from septic and electrical systems, to architectural styles of a home, the quality of nearby schools and hospitals, and overall housing trends.
A good realtor should be prepared to give an intelligent response for any number of situations.
But what about water features that are part of a real estate deal.
How many homeowners have that old swimming pool in their yard?
You know, the swimming pool that has not been used in years, needs repair, is an unwanted maintenance nightmare, gives no inspiration to look at, just is not fun at all anymore, and is dragging down property value.Read More
The common goldfish has been a staple of modern fish keeping drawing countless thousands perhaps millions into the hobby, and why not, with their bright colors and engaging demeanor they easily capture the hearts of fish keepers. When most fish keepers make that decision to keep classic goldfish they may not be aware of the ancient lineage that they are getting involved with. Goldfish have their roots set far back in antiquity. Goldfish, originally raised as a food fish, and originally more of a grey/green color have been documented for thousands of years now. The first mention of the “GOLD”fish makes its appearance in ancient Chinese texts from the Jin Dynasty between the years of 260 – 400 a.d.Read More
Take a listen to a fun and really informative water garden and pond show that is broadcast over PetLifeRadio.com The Prince of Ponds radio show hosted by Ken Jones focuses on all things water garden and pond related. Mike Gannon, the Pond Hunter, is his guest for this 1/2 hour podcast.Read More
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