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Blog Archive for March, 2019

Five Steps to Prepping Your Garden for Spring

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: March 18, 2019 | No Comments »

If you enjoy gardening, this time of the year can almost make you giddy! The sun is out longer, the rains are subsiding, and your garden is shaking off its winter blues. If you’re like many green thumbs, you’re just waiting for the perfect time to get your hands dirty…literally!

For those of you who are looking at the back yard from inside the house with trepidation as to where to start all this yard work, we’re here to help. Some simple garden chores will have you competing for ‘best yard on the block’ in no time! Read the rest of this entry »

San Joaquin Valley Homes Closes 391 Residences in 2018 –A 21% Growth Rate

Categories: Press Releases | Posted: March 12, 2019 | Comments Off on San Joaquin Valley Homes Closes 391 Residences in 2018 –A 21% Growth Rate


Local Homebuilder Plans to Open Seven New Communities in 2019

 VISALIA, Calif.San Joaquin Valley Homes (SJV Homes) had another positive year in 2018, closing 391 homes and opening three new communities, which marks a 21% growth rate compared to 2017, where the homebuilder closed 323 homes.

SJV Homes was the most active homebuilder in Tulare and Kings counties last year, with more building permits pulled than any of its competitors. Most of these communities were in Tulare County, where SJV Homes has long been the dominant builder, according to data provided by the Construction Monitor, which tracks public building records nationwide. Read the rest of this entry »

Spring Cleaning Tips

Categories: SJV Homes Blog | Posted: March 4, 2019 | Comments Off on Spring Cleaning Tips

Spring has almost sprung, so it’s time to get cracking on the all-important spring cleaning. Your house will feel fresher and cleaner and, in turn, be a happier place to be in. Here is a short list of chores to tackle from the inside out!

1. Get Scrubbing! Give all your walls, baseboards and outlets a new refreshed look by removing the dust and dirt that’s been settling on them all winter. Use mild grease cutting cleaners to clean outlet plates (little fingers love to stick to these!). If you remove them from the wall for a deep clean, be sure they are dry before replacing. For hard to remove stains, gently clean stubborn areas with a magic eraser but test a small area first to make sure paint doesn’t come off walls. Read the rest of this entry »