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(STATEPOINT) Spring is a great time to refresh your home. Whether you’re planning a major clean sweep or just giving problem areas a little extra TLC, experts say that a few simple strategies will make the job easier and the fruits of your labor last longer.

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HOPE SPRINGS — Forsythia blooms at a local residence, the harbinger of the rebirth season.

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SUNNYSIDE — The glorious thick rows of sweet- smelling lavender is the first thing visitors to Coline and Jim Morrow home notice.

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SUNNYSIDE — At a time when buyer demand is high, hundreds of homes will be open to the public as part of the Washington Association of Realtors’ 10th annual Statewide Open House weekend, June 22-23.

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SUNNYSIDE — Cottage cozy is the right way to describe the décor adopted by Renee and Tom Rodriguez for their 1919 bungalow style home on Crescent Avenue.

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The Stagg family from Prosser (left to right) includes mom holding Tillie, 2, Boyd, 4, Gunnar 7, Adelaide, 10, along with LindyJean, 8, in the background smell the pleasant aroma of a monkey flower as they browse Buggirl’s Garden plants during the Prosser Farmers Market on Saturday. The fami…

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Houseplants make a wonderful addition to our home’s décor and improve the indoor air quality. Those with pets however may struggle with keeping plants safe from curious pets and the pets safe from indoor greenery.

Fall provides a time for fun and celebration, but it also can be an opportunity to refocus on taking care of your home both indoors and out.

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