Spring is here! For many with green(ish) thumbs, that means tending to your garden. Whether it’s a garden full of wildflowers or one that’s full of fruits and veggies, Fini can help. If you’re starting from scratch or would just like some help maintaining an existing one, we can come up with a plan that’s best for you. Continue reading
It’s finally starting to feel like fall here in Boston. For many, that means back to home projects and focusing on maintenance to make sure your place is in tip-top shape for winter. If you’re not sure where to begin, here are some things you can add to your home’s fall to-do list. Continue reading
The first day of spring is March 20th but we’re not wasting any time getting our clients ready to enjoy their outdoor spaces and tackling our home maintenance checklist. To make sure your home is prepared for the season, start on these seasonal maintenance projects.
We all have well loved furniture. Some of it may be antique. Others maybe not. Instead of tossing, why not restore it so it can be used for many years, and possibly generations to come?
Here are our tips on restoring furniture:
We love CSAs. Investing in Community Supported Agriculture is not only a great way to support our local food systems, but is another way of how we can easily access fresh food without having to make a trip into the supermarket.
Here are some of our favorites:
Spring is the season where patio furniture makes it’s re-entry into our lives and we couldn’t be happier for it. Meals al fresco. Cocktails during sunset. Reading a new book with and feeling the summer breeze.
We love spending as much time outdoors as possible and know that keeping our patio furniture in tip-top shape is just one way of doing that. Here are our tips to extending the life of your patio furniture so you can enjoy more time outside.
Ants. Mice. Bats. What do all three of these have in common? They are all pests that infiltrate our homes. While it’s impossible to completely eliminate pests from our homes, there are things we can do to minimize them.