Halloween Decorations for an A-frame!

October is here!!!  This is my favorite month of the year.  In Phoenix, its the first month that we start seeing temperatures below 100 degrees, and its time to decorate the house for Halloween.

Halloween A-frame House

Every year I contemplate going all out on my Halloween decorations and would love to turn it into a haunted house. To build a Haunted House though is no easy task and can get quite expensive.  There is also the trouble of finding a place to store all the extra which is part of why we are renovating to increase the total living space and storage space of the home. If we were to make it a haunted house, it could easily be one of the most haunted buildings in Phoenix! Its for sure the creepiest looking house on the block since it is so unique in comparison to the other houses in the neighborhood.    Someday the Phoenix A-frame will become a haunted house… but for now I have to keep the festive budget to a minimum with the remodel looming in the near future.  Here is what we have done so far with the house for decorations.  As we put up more decorations for Halloween, I will post more pictures.


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2 Responses to Halloween Decorations for an A-frame!

  1. Hitesh says:

    I purchased my first home in April from CountryWide, which was sadly bohugt out by Bank of America. I have gotten the worst customer service I have ever experienced. I called every day for 2 weeks to the 203K disbersement dept. and left a voice mail and did not get one call back. I also emailed the woman that was supposed to be issuing the check to my contractor after waiting for it for 8 weeks. She also did not respond to my email. After finally calling the general customer service line at BOA I was able to get a hold of her and talked to her manager who was also not helpful. Bottom Line, BOA has horrible customer service and they obviously could care less about their customers.

  2. Pedro says:

    Hello Hitesh. I am really sorry to hear about your experience with countrywide/BOA for your FHA 203K Loan. Wells Fargo was my original mortgage holder and they are the lender that I am using for the refinance and it is so far going smoothly. Hopefully things won’t change when its time to pay up.

    I hope your remodel went well with your home.

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