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Our family has been building quality custom homes for over 50 years. Homeway listens to you about how your family lives and then we customize your home to your family’s lifestyle. Managing your home building project from beginning to end is just one way we make your building process simple and convenient. That means less stress for you. Come find out today how we can make your dream home a reality. Click here to see our build territory.

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We are a custom home builder. At Homeway Homes, we will design a new home that fits your life by finding out what is important to you, your family and your lifestyle. Our home floorplans are a great starting point to design your dream home and these customizations are free of charge.

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At Homeway Homes, we will build a custom home around your lifestyle. Our home floorplans can be customized to meet your families needs. We manage your house construction from beginning to end. Find out how we build an energy efficient home that meets or exceeds local building codes, and how your home is not affected by weather.

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Tours Every Saturday at 1PM
100 Homeway Court, Deer Creek, Illinois

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Paul & Vicki

"We recently moved into our custom designed Homeway Home, and cannot say enough good about the quality and the customer service from Homeway. Quality materials, upfront and fair pricing, no surprises,and customer service that goes above and beyond. Being in the car business, I know how important customer service is, and Homeway Homes does an excellent job. We love our new house! Thanks to all!"

Kerry & Alice

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Lawn & Garden MonthGardening has a long list of benefits – from healthier eating and nutrition to making the world around us a more livable place. To highlight those benefits the National Garden Association has compiled a list of gardening activities to do each day throughout the month.

  • April 1: Organize or take part in a town beautification day.
  • April 2: Visit your local farmers’ market.
  • April 3: Compliment a neighbor on his or her garden.
  • April 4: Get together with neighbors to purchase compost and mulch in bulk quantities.
  • April 5: Green up your street or a local park by picking up trash.
  • April 6: Celebrate other important “green” holidays such as Earth Day (April 22) and National Arbor Day (April 26).
  • April 7: Start a neighborhood garden club.
  • April 8: Have fun doing a gardening project with a child.
  • April 9: Design and plant a bird-friendly garden.
  • April 10: Grow a “multicultural” garden.
  • April 11: Plant a garden to attract native butterflies.
  • April 12: Plant flowers that bloom at dusk, including moonflower, night-blooming phlox, and evening primrose.
  • April 13: Garden at your workplace.
  • April 14: Plant a garden that reflects your family's or the region's cultural heritage.
  • April 15: Just sit in your garden and quietly observe the activities of wildlife and insects for half an hour.
  • April 16: Learn about houseplants that clean the air, and introduce them to your home or workplace.
  • April 17: Delve into a gardening style or technique you've always wanted to try, such as topiary, bonsai, or water gardening.
  • April 18: Become an informed consumer by learning about invasive plants.
  • April 19: Go on a sniffing tour of your neighborhood when bloom is at its peak, and try to match an aroma in the air to a specific flower.
  • April 20: Take an armchair garden tour: Spend a few hours in the bookstore poring over gardening books.
  • April 21: Learn how to take stunning photos of your plants and gardens.
  • April 22: Earth Day! Vow to minimize pesticide use to protect wildlife, the water supply, and human health. A low-maintenance landscape needs little intervention.
  • April 23: Start an herb garden indoors.
  • April 24: Plant extra vegetables for freezing, canning, or storing.
  • April 25: Seek out and purchase locally grown foods.
  • April 26: Encourage local schools and restaurants to purchase locally grown produce.
  • April 27: Encourage beneficial insects by planting herbs and flowers throughout your gardens.
  • April 28: Start a compost pile.
  • April 29: Learn about water saving techniques and tools.
  • April 30: Clean your gardening tools; oil wooden handles, tighten heads, and sharpen blades.

Source: https://www.garden.com/garden-articles/how-to-celebrate-national-lawn-and-garden-month/74/

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