Every spring, an increase in demand occurs for housing. This year, however, demand is rising early and projected to be even larger than previous year’s demand. Research shows the main reason for the early start is a result of the recession in 2009.
Estes Designs Mailboxes and Streetscapes is getting a head start on its spring cleaning. Estes Designs recently purchased a new custom-made machine to produce parts for the Estes T2 and T3 mailboxes. A local manufacturing and engineering firm is designing and manufacturing this new one-of-a-kind machine for Estes Designs that will be ready in the spring to keep up with the increasing demand.
It is February, which means spring is in the air! Soon the snow will be melting, the sun will be shining, the grass will start getting greener, and the flowers will start to pop up. For many, spring also means spring-cleaning. It might be time to start thinking of ways to spruce up your neighborhood’s curb appeal, and Estes Designs Mailbox and Streetscapes is here to help!
Last Wednesday, Fischer Homes invited Estes Designs Mailbox and Streetscapes to the annual Indianapolis Home Show Vendor Appreciation Night to express the company’s gratitude for all their efforts in 2016 as a trade partner.
In the battle between snow plows and mailboxes, snow plows always win. So, to better serve you, we answer this question – what do you do if your mailbox gets hit by a snow plow?
If you’ve ever dreamed of building your own home, now is the time. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) reports builder confidence increased by 7 points in December, bringing the ranking up to the highest point since July 2005. It is believed that the November election was one of the main causes of this market uptick for newly-built, single-family homes.