With the temperatures dropping, it’s easy to get restless sitting around inside, but there are still plenty of activities around Pittsburgh that can keep you and your family busy during the winter months! Here are some of our favorite ones:
Here at Rusmur Floors, we’re thankful for a lot of different things this holiday season. We asked some of our employees what they’re thankful for:
Here’s what on our Pittsburgh summer bucket list. What’s on yours? Let us know in the comments!
It doesn’t matter if you’re hosting your first Thanksgiving or your twentieth, planning a large meal for a group of people can be stressful. Relax – We’re here to help!
Is your family always on the go, with household errands and after-school activities? A command center may be the answer for you to stay organized amid the everyday chaos. Generally, command centers are a place to house calendars, relevant information and necessary items for the day. Each family’s command center will be different, and it might take some trial and error to figure out the best method, but these tips can help you get started.
Family traditions are an important part of the holiday season – They help you feel close as a family unit and give you a fun way to spend time with those you love. Whether you’re ready to start new family traditions or kick the old ones up a notch, we’ve got some tips and ideas for making this holiday season, and those to come, extra special for you and your loved ones.
Thanksgiving has ended and the Christmas season is officially upon us – Now is the time to get your home ready for holiday guests. Aside from choosing, and decorating, the perfect tree and putting out a holiday light display to rival Clark Griswold, there are a number of things you can do to make sure your home is looking its best this holiday season.
At Rusmur Floors, we love our furry family members – And we’re not alone. According to this survey from the Humane Society of the United States, there are currently 78.2 million dog owners and 86.4 million cat owners in the U.S. What we pet-owners don’t love, though, is the havoc our four-legged friends can have on our floors. Lucky for us, there are a number of flooring options that are durable enough to stand up to even the toughest cats and dogs