How-To-U-Reheat-PizzaI’m sure most of us can relate to simply being too busy to cook dinner. You have those nights where ordering pizza just makes the most sense whether you are eating alone or need to feed your family. The question is what do you do with those leftover slices? Are they going to be as good reheated?

If you’ve ever tried to reheat pizza in the microwave you know that doesn’t turn out so well. Sure, it’s quick but you end up with a soggy piece of pizza. The best thing to do is put it in the oven. Okay, new question. How long do you put it in the oven for? It seems there is a lot to think about just to reheat pizza!

We have a tip for you to take the headache out of reheating pizza! Preheat your oven to 425 degrees and put the pizza in immediately. DO NOT wait for the oven to preheat first. As soon as the oven is preheated, your pizza is ready. It’s that simple!

Check out our How To U video to see it in action.


Lennar Home at Eagle Landing at OakLeaf, Orange Park, FloridaIf you have the basics down, but just aren’t sure how to accessorize your new Lennar home, this article is a great place to start.

Brought to you by, Ten Tips for Accessorizing Your Home gives you simple ideas for how to put the finishing touches on your new home.

From adding art and accesories to using color, these tips will give you a great foundation – and when you are ready to start shopping, check out our Lennar Rewards Program for access to great deals from some of the country’s leading retailers.



Lennar home at Grandview Estates, Happy Valley, OregonYour Lennar home has been built to meet the needs of your family – and to last. As you know, minor cosmetic imperfections occur as a home settles and do not necessarily indicate that there are any major problems. In fact, as your home settles, it is very common for hairline cracks and nail pops to appear on both the interior and exterior walls. These are normal and are caused by the natural expansion and contraction of the materials in your home. A nail pop is what happens when wall studs and drywall contract, causing the nail to pop out from the surface. This is not a structural problem, it is purely cosmetic. Addressing drywall cracks and nail pops should be incorporated into your ongoing home maintenance plan. [continue...]


Want to paint your home but not sure exactly which way to go? Find out what’s HOT in paint color! This multi-media section of the HGTV website has plenty of great tips for how to color the different rooms in your new Lennar home.  From colors that will help you relax to spicing up your living room, this website is a great resource!



Winter Home Protection Tips

October 7, 2014

While you can’t change the weather, you can minimize some of winter’s biggest threats to your home. Heavy snow accumulation can pose a threat to your home or business — both as it builds up and as it melts. Ice dams can cause water damage on both the exterior and interior of your home. Bursting […]

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Why Winterize Your Sprinkler System?

September 30, 2014

To understand why a sprinkler system should be winterized (or blown out, or shut down, or however you have come to call it), you need to understand how a sprinkler system works. Sprinkler systems consist of a controller, valves, wiring, sprinkler heads, connective plumbing and underground pipes. When the system is active, the water flows […]

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Your Electrical System

September 23, 2014

Another of the main components in your new Lennar home is the electrical system. Electricity is such a huge part of our lives these days that it’s hard to imagine life without it. However, there are precautions to be taken when dealing with electricity, as well as a great deal of other information we wanted […]

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Home Decor: Dos and Don’ts for Tasteful Pairings

September 18, 2014

Decorating isn’t just about finding the right furniture or choosing the best lighting. It is also a careful process of comparing textures, patterns, and colors to create a unique, but attractive look. With a variety of options available to any homeowner, it can easily become overwhelming to know what goes well together and what really […]

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