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What You Need to Know About Low-Maintenance Communities

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Author: RARE CharlestonPicture this: It’s winter. It’s freezing. You still need to clear the last of the leaves from your lawn, but you’re finding every excuse to stay huddled inside your warm home and out of the cold, biting air. More than ever, you’re wishing your yard work would...

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Transform Your Home with These Timeless Seasonal Color Schemes

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Author: RARE CharlestonNothing can transform a home quite like a simple seasonal color palette. Whether you want to embrace the fall foliage, some holiday whimsy, or a little winter coziness, you can do all that with a few coats of paint and some well-placed splashes of color. The best...

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Lane Reversals to Begin at Noon

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Gov. Henry McMaster has ordered lane reversals on I-26 beginning at noon so that all four lanes may be used for traffic traveling westbound. For full details on the lane reversals and road closures click the link below. Live 5 News: I-26 eastbound closed; lane reversals to begin at 12 p.m. for...

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Hurricane Planning 9/10/18

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There is a category 4 hurricane forecasted to come to the Charleston area. We are tracking the storm through the National Weather Service and with the local and state government working through plans for a storm. We hope that some of this information is helpful for you and your family to stay...

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Late Summer Home Maintenance

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As the summer comes to an end and the kids are getting back to school it's time to get a jump on those end of summer home maintenance projects. Click here to learn the maintenance projects you should be doing now to save yourself headaches and money this coming winter. HomeStars End Of Summer Home...

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Choosing an Electric Grill

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While we all love to grill, communities that share common walls such as condos and townhomes often have regulations prohibiting open fire grills. But that doesn't have to ruin your summer barbecue plans. Read on to learn about bobvila.com's top three pick for electric grills and their advice for...

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Working to Stamp Out Hunger

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For the second year, team members from Ravenel Associates came together to sort food at the Ashley River Road Post Office in support of the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. This event is the single largest food drive that the Lowcountry Food Bank hosts. The Ashley River post...

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Lowcountry Orphan Relief needs your help!

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The Lowcountry Orphan Relief is a nonprofit that provides support services for Lowcountry children identified as at-risk or suffering from abandonment, abuse and/or neglect. They have served over 100 children in the last two days and are in desperate need of supplies, particularly size 7-18...

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Stamp Out Hunger!

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The Lowcountry Food Bank’s largest food drive of the year, the National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger, will take place Saturday, May 12th! Volunteers are needed at post offices throughout our area to help unload and sort food donations as they come in. Individuals and groups...

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Proud Sponsor of the Sea Island Habitat of Humanity

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Ravenel Associates is proud to announce we are a Tier 1 sponsor for the Sea Island Habitat of Humanity’s National Women Build Week 2018. This week is meant to spotlight the homeownership challenges faced by women and invite them to devote at least one day to help families build strength...

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Quickly improve your curb appeal

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Curb appeal can make all the difference when it comes to selling your home. Without it, buyers will lose interest before seeing the amazing features the inside of your home has to offer. The following slideshow from Bobvila.com helps identify ten common issues that may be hurting your curb...

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Your choice of plants can help repel mosquitos

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After our record cold winter most of us can't wait to start spending time outside. As you begin preparations for your garden keep in mind that some plants can do more than just add curb appeal. This year you may want to consider plants that also help with mosquito control. Click here to learn more.

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Quick DIY steps to stop a leaking toilet

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Anyone who's ever experienced a leak from a connecting unit knows what a nightmare it can be coordinating access and repairs. Don't let your leaking toilet become a problem when most repairs are simple fixes. To learn Bob Vila's Top Tips for a Leaking Toilet click here.

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Temporary office closure - 1/5

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Due to the extreme weather and related road closures, our offices are temporarily closed. Our staff is still available to assist you and can be reached by phone, email and the Contact Us form listed below. For the quickest response please give us a call on our main line at...

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