County Living Magazine
Connecting Homeowners to Select Resources and Information for their Homes, Health and Recreation
For over 16 years, County Living has been helping St. Louis area families improve their homes and landscapes, enhance health and fitness, care for their pets, and find enjoyable places to get away. In our pages, you will find a selection of quality, proven companies and professionals that have consistently satisfied our readers’ needs and wants, and continue to develop new customer relationships with each issue.
What’s in Every Issue
Find ideas and the right resources for remodeling, updating design, decorating and keeping your home safe, comfortable, clean and enjoyable. And, finding the perfect new home to fit your lifestyle.
Health & Fitness
Learn about how to improve fitness, bone density, muscle strength, what to look for in senior living for a loved one, how to change undesired behaviors, and how to measure your health and fitness progress.
Landscapes & Exteriors
Inspiration for transforming your yard with a natural water habitat, luxury swimming pool, gardens, trees, and plantings, improving concrete and asphalt surfaces, and blocking excessive sun from your windows.
Calendar of regional activities and events, Random Musings from Gerry Mandel, On the Road with John Robinson, A Place in the Country by Bill Ziercher, local artist profiles, the good life at Innsbrook.
Pet Love & Care
Where and how to protect, train, groom and board your furry family members, and to enhance your enjoyment with pets at home and even pursue a career caring for pets.
Growing Our Clients' Business
Here’s what our advertisers have to say about County Living.
“Epoxy Stone has consistently run ads in County Living for over ten years, and we recently added a second ad to promote our special application for garage floors. County Living consistently out-performs our other advertising media.”
“Property Assessment Review runs in the first two issues of each year, ahead of the deadline for homeowners to appeal their property tax. Our one-page articles have consistently brought new clients and considerably more than pay for themselves.”
“Apple Tree Custom Sewing has consistently run in the Early Spring and Fall issues of County Living to drive our off-season business for the past eleven years. Response has been terrific and seems to grow every year.”
“Schilli Plastering has run a half-page ad to kick their season off in the Early Spring issue, and in the Fall issue to book appointments for the following year. It is the only advertising we do, and continues to drive new customers for us.”
“Woods Basement Systems features three different services in County Living – repairing damaged foundations, leveling exterior concrete surfaces, and remodeling basements. After or over twelve years, we are now getting a better response than ever.”