July is Here!

Welcome to July, a great month for a home improvement project.

Summer is now in full swing, because July is here, along with hot weather, pool days and family fun! It’s also a great time to look for home improvement and home repair projects. We do have some time to meet and discuss the projects at your home. Contact us to meet soon and then get started on upgrading your house.
 
Now, as you consider the best day for family fun and scheduling an appointment with us, consider these facts about the month of July.
July is great for home improvement and home repair projects by B. Chaney Improvements

July Facts

The name “July” honors the Roman dictator Julius Caesar (100 B.C.–44 B.C.). With the help of Sosigenes, Caesar developed the precursor to the Gregorian calendar we use today.
 
July 1 is Canada Day, a Canadian federal holiday that celebrates the creation of the Dominion of Canada in 1867. The Dominion of Canada was a union of the three separate Canadian colonies of the time—New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Canada (which included Quebec and Ontario). Canada remained a part of the British Empire until 1982.
 
July 3: The hot and sultry Dog Days of Summer begin!
 
July 4: Independence Day celebrates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Don’t forget to raise the flag!
 
July 14: Bastille Day commemorates the storming of the Bastille and the start of the French Revolution.
 
Did You Know? John Adams believed that July 2 would be the day when Americans would celebrate their independence. On July 3, 1776, he wrote to his wife, Abigail: “The second day of July, 1776, will be the most memorable epocha in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival.”
 

Wacky Celebrations of July

July is National Watermelon Month!
July 7–13: National Farriers Week
July 8: International Town Criers Day
July 17: World Emoji Day
Jul 20–28: National Moth Week
July 22: Spooner’s Day
July 27: Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day

July Astronomy

On July 4, Earth is at aphelion, the point in its orbit at which it is farthest from the Sun. The distance between the two orbs will be 94,513,221 miles.

July’s full Moon, the Full Buck Moon, occurs on the 16th, at 5:38 P.M. EDT. Read about the Full Buck Moon or see more Moon phases.  Look up! Summer is a great time for stargazing. See our Sky Watch highlights to know what you’re seeing above.

 

Folklore for the Summer Season

NE’ER TRUST A JULY SKY.
 
IF ANT HILLS ARE HIGH IN JULY, THE COMING WINTER WILL BE HARD.
 
AS JULY, SO NEXT JANUARY.
 
NO TEMPEST, GOOD JULY, LEST THE CORN LOOK RUELY.
 
WHATEVER JULY AND AUGUST DO NOT BOIL, SEPTEMBER CAN NOT FRY.
 

Misc. July Facts

July’s birth flowers are the larkspur and water lily. The larkspur, especially white forms, generally indicates lightheartedness; pink, fickleness; purple, first love. The water lily symbolizes purity of heart. Find out more about July’s birth flowers.
 
The July birthstone is the ruby, which is believed to protect its wearer from evil.
 

Contact Us

If you are interested in talking to (owner) Brad Chaney about a home improvement project, major renovation, adding an addition or even building a new home, contact us to schedule a meeting. You can do so through this website or by calling our Charleston office at 843-388-4334.

Brad Chaney is a licensed builder with decades of experience. He and his team work throughout the Charleston, SC area, including Mt. Pleasant, Daniel Island, North Charleston, etc….

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