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Utah Valley Parade of Homes review: 4 haute hearths

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Utah Valley Parade of Homes: 3 great outdoors spaces

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Utah Valley Parade of Homes review: 3 curb appeal corners

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Utah Valley Parade of Homes review: 4 stairways to heaven

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Old homes, new ideas: American Fork couple get HGTV show

Candis Meredith, a Utah State alum in design and engineering, describes herself as the girl who loved old houses, antiques and floor plans growing up. When her grandmother sold her home, Candis vowed to buy it back when she grew up. When she [...]

Utah Valley Parade of Homes: 4 kid spaces

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Utah Valley Parade of Homes review: 4 wild walls

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

UV Parade of Homes review: 10 things that caught our eye

Photography by Heather Telford The first Utah Valley Parade of Homes was held in 1977. Nearly 40 years later, it’s still a summer highlight for those looking to build a dream home — as well as those living in a relative’s basement. This [...]

Home is where the garden is

Beneath the shadow of Y Mountain and within the reach of the carillon bell echo is Richard Sheffield’s Provo home. Through the latched gate is a garden, humming with birds, buzzing with bees, brimming with life. This is where Richard’s [...]

$35M to $3.5M: Utah County’s most expensive homes for sale

The Utah County real estate market is on fire this summer — sales are up, prices are up, the number of listings is down and so is the number of days that properties are spending on the market. Prices for homes are up 7 percent, prices for [...]

The one thing moms should stop doing — comparing

Mothers juggle a lot of things — keeping children dressed, fed and healthy and raising them to be respectable members of society while somehow also caring for their own physical and emotional needs. But juggling motherhood would be a whole [...]

Jimmy & Trina Chapman: Busy family found a spot for everything in Marcy’s Orchard with Woodside Homes

Sponsored Story Trina Chapman is a busy woman. She homeschools her children, so she needs workable space for her two daughters (Lexi, 14, and Liberty, 9) to study. They also take dance almost every day, so she needs convenient access to I-15. [...]

SGS and Associates, Inc., announces the grand opening of Aspen Summit in Provo

Sponsored Story Provo — SGS and Associates, Inc., a local family owned company with over 50 years experience developing in Utah Valley, today announced the grand opening of its Aspen Summit community in southeast Provo, where the builder [...]

Consumer Protection: Do the UVHBA’s 14-point inspection

Members of the Utah Valley Home Builders Association are expected to abide by a strict code of ethics and follow the highest professional standards. The UVHBA checks out potential members to protect the public. Because of this, start your search [...]

Best of Garden and Flowers: Linden Nursery

The Linden Nursery is, you guessed it, in Lindon, Utah — so why the different spellings? Here’s the story: The city of Lindon is named after a Linden tree that served as a town landmark in the 1900s. But somewhere along the paperwork path [...]

Best of Cabinets: Magleby Construction

Magleby Construction’s cabinets grace the kitchens of homes in Utah, and the employees are what’s cookin’ in this iconic construction company. Here are three fun facts about the 115 men and women behind Utah County’s No. 1 cabinet company. They [...]

Weekend best bets (May 8–10)

From the Point of the Mountain all the way down to Santaquin, Utah Valley has a lot to offer — especially in weekend activities. There are no excuses for staying in all weekend when there are these quality events happening around Utah Valley. [...]

New business Snuck Farm announces first annual heirloom plant sale

If you go When: Saturday, May 9 from Where: 504 W. 1100 North in Pleasant Grove, Utah What: Plant sale including heirloom tomatoes and peppers. Site: snuckfarm.com SPONSORED STORY It’s the time of year to prep and plant your garden [...]

Happy Couples: Doyle and Linda Hatfield

This is one in four of Utah Valley Magazine’s “Happy Couples” series. Once Upon a Time She was 14. He was 20. Newly married, Doyle and Linda Hatfield didn’t have a home yet. “We were living in a motel, had $10 to our [...]

5 water-saving tips to better follow Utah water restrictions

With several inches of snow and rain falling in the last few days, water conservation is probably the last thing on your mind. But after a dry winter, water conservationists and cities are asking people to think about saving H2O now. “Conserving [...]