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Getting Your Home Ready for the Holidays

Thanksgiving is almost here and that means that the holiday season will be here before you know it. No doubt you’ll be having guests at your home over the next month for parties and celebrations. It’s important to make a good impression, especially on those who haven’t been to your home yet. Leave them with a great lasting impression.

We’re here to help you get your home ready for your visitors!

If you’ll be hosting holiday parties over the next month, you’ll definitely want to make sure that your guests know where your house is. A brand new mailbox will do the trick. With the numbers clean and bright, your guests won’t be able to miss your house!

There’s something about walking into a friend’s home and getting a whiff of something delectable that just soothes you right down to your toes. You can achieve the same effect in your home with Heatsurge AYR Country Scents. Just add a few drops of your scent of choice right into the pad of your Heatsurge Fireplace. Your whole home will be smelling of vanilla, cinnamon, apple, or lavender in no time flat!

Thanksgiving usually includes the classics: turkey, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce. This year, try a new take on the classics. This roasted cranberry and goat cheese flatbread pizza is a tasty alternative to the traditional Thanksgiving staples. The flavor combo is going to wow your taste buds and your guests!

Set the mood for the amazing dinner your guests are about to indulge in with a festive table setting. All you’ll need is a sprig of rosemary and a piece of twine. Twist the rosemary into a circle and tie the ends together using the twine. Not only will it look beautiful but it will smell wonderful too!

It might be getting chillier outside but that’s not going to stop the kids from heading outdoors to run about. Give them something to wear themselves out on. We’re still having our display model sale on playsets. Get one before they’re gone!

Hosting holiday parties can be stressful but with the right preparation, it doesn’t have to be! Let us take the struggle out of the holidays with these tips.

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