COVID-19 has altered the way we live. Click the graphic above and Join Eagle Home Inspections to learn how home designs will be changing and how we can adapt our current living spaces to accommodate the new norm.
What do Sgt. Pepper and building a successful business have in common? Join Eagle Home Inspections for a trip down Abbey Lane to find out!
This Labor Day weekend, add color to your landscape by planting some mums! Eagle Home Inspections provides info and inspiration with these easy DIY projects. Just click the photo!
It’s hurricane season in New England – are you prepared? There’s never a convenient time to be without electricity and CT weather is never predictable. If you already own or are thinking of purchasing a generator, click above for Eagle’s basic guidelines and safety tips.
All ivies are NOT the same! Knowing how to identify them could mean the difference between safe and sorry. Click above and join Eagle Home Inspections for a valuable lesson in ivy etiquette!!
No matter how you say it, summer tomatoes are finally here! Eagle would like to share three tasty tomato recipe and a classic Astaire-Rogers dance number with you. Click above and join our moveable feast!!
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Fear is the mind killer and let’s face it…. we could all use a little less fear right about now! Click above to find out what Eagle learned about the 7 basic habits of fearless people.
This 4th of July, travel with the Eagle to the dueling grounds of Hamilton and Burr and experience the original mega-musical without leaving home! Click the photo to join us in raising a glass and singing with America and the amazing original cast of “Hamilton.” Your world will never be the same!!
Try Mary Ellen’s fabulous Lemon Drop Fizz! One of the best lemonade drinks you’ll ever have!!
You will need:
Skyy Citrus Vodka (I keep mine in the freezer!!!)
Your favorite powdered lemonade mix
(I like Country Time)
Whole fresh lemon
Chilled plain seltzer
Fresh mint for garnish
For each drink:
Using the scoop that comes in the lemonade mix, put a little less than one scoop in the glass. Pour in one shot of frozen vodka. Cut one wedge of lemon, squeeze into glass and put wedge in glass. Stir until powder and vodka are blended. An iced tea spoon works great! Fill glass about 3/4 full with seltzer. Give it another quick stir. Add ice cubes and garnish with a lemon slice and fresh mint.