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Every town has its heroes but two in Noblesville deserve special mention. Dutch Barrett and Kevin Popp established a painting business here in 2005 while also working as firemen. They not only make structures look better, they save them from extinction. How did such disparate vocations come to be?
It started in Surrey, British Columbia for Kevin, who grew up playing hockey. He was good enough for the pros to notice and eventually landed with the Indianapolis Ice from 2001-03. Dutch also played hockey as a youngster in Minnesota and later in college, which led to a coaching career in Indy. From this mutual interest two successful ventures were born.
“I grew up painting homes in the summer,” Dutch said (he’s the talkative one). “It provided a nice income and the finished project gave me a lot of satisfaction. My wife’s family moved from Texas to Indiana so that’s where we’ve all chosen to settle. As I looked at ways to earn a living, it was natural to focus on my earlier experience in painting.”
How did firefighting figure into the formula? After Kevin finished his hockey career, he too turned to a childhood interest. “I didn’t think I’d be happy sitting at a desk; I’m used to activity. Firemen have to stay fit because they protect life and property as well as handle medical emergencies in homes and on the streets. Seemed like a good way to work and serve the community.”
Kevin became a firefighter in Wayne Township and encouraged his hockey buddy to become one too. Dutch did just that but also wanted a partner to start a painting company. Voila! DutchPopp Painting, LLC was formed in 2005 by two former hockey players who also put out fires.
That company has become quite a success. DutchPopp began by painting apartment complexes and plowing money back into the business in order to purchase all the equipment necessary for day to day operations. No salaries for them initially but they were off and running.
“Our philosophy,” according to Dutch,” has always been to listen to our clients. If we hear what they say and communicate carefully, so many issues can be avoided. We have project managers and a team of eight or nine painters and that ability to communicate is an important consideration when they’re hired.” In addition DutchPopp offers free estimates and takes no deposit until the project is completed to insure customer satisfaction. A three year warranty guarantees they stand behind their work.
But if you’re someone who struggles with paint chips and what beige/white/blue shade to pick, is there anyone who can help?
“Yes,” and Dutch actually sounds reassuring, “we have a color consultant who for $100 who will come out to help make those decisions.”
“Color favorites have waxed and waned over the years,” he continues, “but gray has become a staple that works well with lots of other shades. Some of the newer selections include exotic browns, tawny violets and deep navy. These are especially popular in dining rooms, kitchens and offices.”
Sherwin Williams is the paint of choice for the company. Both Kevin and Dutch feel it is an excellent quality product with lots of stores that offer easy access wherever the job might take them. If, on the other hand, a client wants a different brand, DutchPopp is more than willing to accommodate. “We have accounts with all the paint stores and can purchase whatever the client prefers,” Kevin says and adds that they pass along their painter’s discount.
Looking for a homegrown but sophisticated company to update your interior or exterior? DutchPopp Painting has the experience, ability and work ethic to transform your house into the home you’ve dreamed of.
Whichever hat you’re wearing, thank you Dutch and Kevin for your service.
For more information visit www.DutchPopp.com
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5 Healthy Habits for Your Home
If you’re like most Americans, health is an important aspect of your resolutions when each new year rolls around. While factors like diet and exercise are keys to healthy living, so are the ways you care for your home and belongings.
Your home living environment plays a major role in your health and comfort, so incorporating some new habits like these from the cleaning experts at Swash Laundry Detergent can help you establish a healthier lifestyle.
Control Air Quality
Especially during the winter months when your home tends to be closed tight, air can grow stale. Do your best to keep air quality strong by opening windows on mild days to circulate fresh air, using an air purifier to remove irritants and pollutants, frequently vacuuming and sweeping to keep floor dust and debris under control and regularly cleaning textiles that can trap allergens and other particles.
Scale Back Detergent Use
Using too much laundry detergent isn’t just risking buildup and unnecessary wear on your washer and dryer; it can also increase the residue and buildup in your clothes, which can lead to skin irritation and damage fabric faster. Using only what you need helps protect your belongings and your skin. An option like Swash Laundry Detergent, which features a Precision Pour Cap, dispenses the detergent for you, so you only pour what you need to effectively clean each load and fight stains. A single bottle of the ultra-concentrated formula— available in Simply Sunrise, Free & Clear and Pure Linen scents—washes up to 83 loads while taking up less space than traditional, bulky detergent bottles.
Make Use of Natural Light
When winter brings day after day of dark, dreary weather, it can take a toll on your mood. Brightening your living space with natural light can positively influence your emotional state while helping with your electric bill. If you’re concerned about privacy, utilize window treatments at night, but let the sunlight bring good cheer to your living spaces during the day.
Switch Bedding on Schedule
While you sleep, your body sheds oils, cells and elements you carry into your home like pollen. Sheets should be washed once a week on the hottest water setting your fabric will tolerate (check tags for laundering directions on your sheets before washing). If your schedule makes weekly washing, drying and remaking the bed unrealistic, consider having a couple sets you can rotate so you always have fresh, clean sheets waiting to remake your bed on laundry day.
Work Up (and Wash Out) a Sweat
The materials that keep you feeling cool and fresh by wicking away sweat can quickly get stinky, but over-washing can make them lose their shape and fade. Even so, washing after every use is a must. Washing workout clothes inside out exposes the surfaces that have absorbed sweat and body oil to detergent and agitation. Be sure to close zippers, buttons, clasps and other fasteners to prevent snags. Pre-soaking with equal parts vinegar and cold water can also help eliminate odors, and washing in a gentle, cold-water cycle and drying on low heat can help protect the fabric’s elasticity and wicking properties.
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Strong, Stylish Spring Home Upgrades
5 renovation projects where brick takes center stage
Springtime is a perfect opportunity for homeowners to begin planning renovations to enhance the interior and exterior of their living space. Because of its strong performance capabilities, low maintenance and design flexibility, brick is a popular building material choice when looking to improve or refresh your home in time for warm-weather hosting season.
Often selected for its functional benefits, brick is available in a wide array of colors, textures and sizes that can match varying design styles, from modern to traditional and almost everything between. If you’re considering adding brick to your home’s aesthetic, consider these five projects to tackle this spring from the experts at Glen-Gery, one of the largest brick and stone manufacturers in North America.
Basement or Patio Bar – As homeowners spend more time at home, they often look to maximize livable space. One way to take advantage of unused living space is building a basement or patio bar, which provides an area for entertaining. Using an exposed brick wall can help designate the bar area and separate it from the rest of the basement, or lining a bar counter with brick can create a rustic contrast against the bar’s seating.
Fireplace – To change the look and feel of a room almost instantly, you can use brick to give a fireplace a facelift or make it a focal point of your home. Available in a variety of colors and textures, Glen-Gery’s diverse, premium portfolio of more than 600 brick and stone products can elevate your living room’s style
in a big way and create a more inviting area to share with family and friends. An outdoor fireplace is another option for extending livable space in a cozy way that can be used throughout the year.
Accent Wall – Create a statement in or outside your home with a brick accent wall. Accent walls can help bring color, texture and beauty to homes by breaking up the monotony of monochromatic color or decor, creating visual interest and dimension. While brick in a running bond pattern is expected, you can spice up rooms with an unexpected bond pattern like a stacked bond for modern appeal or herringbone for a rustic look.
Kitchen Backsplash – One of the most overlooked areas of kitchen design is the backsplash. While its job is to protect your kitchen walls from the never-ending assault of kitchen splatters, there’s no reason it can’t look good, too. Brick backsplashes can accommodate most home designs and styles thanks to the versatility of shapes, colors, finishes and sizes available.
Black or white glazed brick works well with more modern kitchens while irregular brick containing an abundance of
texture and a messy mortar application can complete rustic farmhouse kitchens. An option like Glen-Gery’s virtual design tool, Picture Perfect, can help you visualize projects in your home to see what fits your style and needs.
Brick Skirt – For added curb appeal, consider adding a brick skirt around the foundation of your home. Given its resilient, durable and energy-efficient qualities, brick can help provide better insulation and protection while also adding visual appeal to the exterior of your home through texture, color and contrast. The skirting can also continue through to the front porch floor and steps, helping balance out the elevation of your home.
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Come home to this charming 4 bedroom, 3 full bath farmhouse with a gated entrance and 2.5 acres off of Saddle Club Road in the heart of Center Grove. Updates include: refinished cabinets, granite countertops, carpet, faucets, sinks, light fixtures, leaf filter gutter guards, new exterior paint and lights, plumbing in kitchen, water softener, furnace, A/C, duct cleaning, appliances, interior paint, interior cabling, tree removal/trimming and more. This charmer has a large 2 car attached garage with a walk up attic. A detached garage that would make a great workshop and the possibility of an in-laws quarters with the main level bedroom, bath and family room at the rear of the home.
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Cook with Heart Health in Mind
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult or require you to take favorite meals off your family’s menu. In fact, making smart choices when cooking at home can give you more control over the types of tasty, heart-healthy dishes you put on the table.
High cholesterol is one of the major controllable risk factors for heart disease and stroke, with about 38% of American adults diagnosed with high cholesterol, according to the American Heart Association. These cooking tips can help you prepare heart-healthy meals that could help improve cholesterol levels by reducing excess saturated fat and trans fat.
Cook Fresh Vegetables the Heart-Healthy Way
Roasting, steaming, grilling or baking can help bring out the natural flavors of vegetables. Adding herbs and spices can also help make veggies tastier, including combinations like basil with tomatoes, oregano with zucchini, dill with green beans or rosemary with peas and cauliflower.
Reduce Saturated Fat in Meat and Poultry
The amount of saturated fat in meats can vary widely, depending on the cut and how it’s prepared. Opt for poultry and fish over red meat and look for lean cuts of meat with minimal visible fat, which should be trimmed away before cooking. Also limit processed meats such as sausage, bologna, salami and hot dogs, which are often high in calories, saturated fat and sodium.
Use Liquid Vegetable Oils in Place of Solid Fats
Some fats are better for you than others. Liquid vegetable oils such as canola, safflower, sunflower, soybean and olive oil can often be used instead of solid fats, such as butter, lard or shortening. If you must use margarine, try the soft or liquid kind.
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Grilled Tequila-Lime Chicken with Grilled Asparagus
¼ cup tequila or white vinegar
2 teaspoons lime zest
½ cup fresh lime juice
2 medium garlic cloves, minced
1 tablespoon chipotle pepper canned in adobo sauce, minced, plus 2 tablespoons adobo sauce
1½ pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts, fat discarded nonstick cooking spray
3 bunches asparagus spears, trimmed
¼ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon black pepper, divided
2 tablespoons canola oil or corn oil
In small bowl, stir tequila, lime zest, lime juice, garlic, chipotle pepper and adobo sauce. Pour into large resealable plastic bag. Add chicken and seal bag tightly; turn bag to coat. Refrigerate 2-12 hours.
Preheat grill to medium-high heat. Lightly spray grates with nonstick cooking spray.
In large dish, sprinkle asparagus with salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Drizzle with oil. Turn asparagus over to coat.
Remove chicken from marinade. Discard marinade and wipe most of it off chicken. Sprinkle chicken with remaining pepper.
Grill 8-12 minutes, or until chicken is no longer pink in center. Transfer to plate and cover with aluminum foil.
Place asparagus on grill, facing opposite direction of grates. Grill 7 minutes, or until tender crisp.
Serve asparagus with chicken.
Recipe courtesy of the American Heart Association
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Travel Trends Break from Routine in 2023
Travel in 2023 will be about saying “no” to normal, breaking routines and searching for experiences without compromises. Whether it’s flying to those once-in-a-lifetime events or hosting group celebrations at a vacation rental home, travelers are no longer adapting to the next new normal, but creating their own status quo altogether.
“We see a detailed and robust picture of travel into 2023,” Expedia Brands President Jon Gieselman said. “We’re seeing a surge in trips to culture capitals, a new wave of interest in wellness retreats and a spike in demand for outdoor destinations beyond just beaches and mountains. It’s not a new normal so much as people branching out to unexpected trends in what we’re calling the ‘no normal.’”
A close look at these trends suggests there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach to travel in 2023. Insights sourced from the company’s first-party data, and from custom research of thousands of travelers and industry professionals across 17 countries, show food, abundant space and unconventional destinations are influencing travel choices.
Consider these conclusions from the experts at Vrbo:
Kitchen credentials are a must with travelers looking to plate up at their own convenience in a private vacation home. Outdoor kitchens, pizza ovens and air fryers are the top three foodie-menities travelers crave. Additionally, nearly half of U.S. travelers (43%) use cooking to cut down on costs.
Travelers are looking for amenities in their vacation rentals rather than focusing on location. In fact, more than half (57%) of travelers would rather book a unique vacation home to be with their people in a lesser-known destination than a less interesting, less equipped vacation home in a popular area.
Rustic getaways are on the rise as travelers crave private vacation homes with abundant space and exhilarating views. Cue the cowboy-cation, offering an intimate escape in the rugged wilderness. Demand for homes in western destinations increased by more than 30% from September 2021-August 2022. Plus, 42% of U.S. travelers find inspiration in outdoorsy destinations and landscapes that include log-lined cabins, flickering fires and sweeping vistas.
Travelers can live out their western fantasies by booking a luxurious lodge, ranch retreat or farmhouse that fits the whole crew. Destinations across Montana, Colorado and other western
states spring to mind, but the cowboy-cation is not confined to the U.S. For a home on the range in Europe, travelers are booking converted barns and farmhouses in Italy, Spain, France and the United Kingdom. Thrill-seekers can also embrace their inner cowboy in Australia, where farmhouses in the outback overlook acres of wineries and wild brush.
Travelers are exploring unassuming locales and new places. Top hidden gems in the U.S. have one thing in common: beautiful lakes where travelers can take in tranquil views. Demand for private vacation homes in these unconventional destinations has increased by 30% or more since September 2021:
• Nampa, Idaho
• Greensboro, North Carolina
• Layton, Utah
• Irmo, South Carolina
• Oneonta, New York
• Hampton, Virginia
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• Spokane, Washington
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Picture yourself living on the main body of Geist entertaining & enjoying the outdoor Multi-Sports Court! Property consists of TWO LOTS totaling .80 Acre! Interior completely remodeled in 2014 w/top of line finishes, custom cabinetry throughout, gourmet kitchen, LED lighting, a serene master suite & laundry room dreams are made of! Stunning double entry doors open to a grand staircase & circular open floor plan, 4 fireplaces, bonus room, office & abundance of windows to enjoy the spectacular views of the water! The lower level is an entertainers dream & leads outside to the patio with a Smart Pergola, in-ground pool, fire pit & boat dock. Top to bottom upgrades & finishes make replicating this house on the water virtually impossible.
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