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Tag: Home Improvement

Posted on 07/19/2020
Easy Summer Upgrades for Your Backyard
Image by Gr8 from Shutterstock Summer is a great time of the year. Long sunny days, short warm nights, and clear weather that stretches across the sky. Summer is a season to savor. An excellent way to enjoy summer is by taking your living outside and relaxing in the backyard. If your backyard is cringe-worthy rather than show-stopping,...
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Posted on 06/10/2020
Big Projects: How to Find Funding
Photo by Analogicus via Pixabay After settling into your home, you start to notice a few things either need to be retouched or completely overhauled. The biggest issue that a lot of homeowners run into is the money for the project. Even after assessing whether the project is a DIY or you’ll need a professional, funding still comes...
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Posted on 05/12/2020
Voice-Controlled Devices You May Want to Consider
Photo by Andrey Bryzgalov via Shutterstock We’ve learned to use voice controls in our cars for hands-free calling, but what about in our homes? Alexa, Google Assistant, Echo and Siri are for more than simply using your voice to switch on the lights or control the temperature. Here are more ways to control your home with the sound...
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Posted on 09/29/2019
Home Improvement Tasks to Tackle Before Selling (And Tasks to Ignore)
Photo by Christian Heitz via PexelsWhen you’re prepping your home to sell, your “to do” list can get quite long, quite quickly. Which projects do you really need to tackle before listing, and which are best left undone? Talking to your real estate agent is a good first step, but this guide will also give you the lowdown...
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Posted on 09/08/2019
Do you Need to Make These Improvements Before you Sell?
There are some key improvements you need to do to your home to make it more attractive to buyers. So, apart from the usual cleaning, repainting, and all others, what are these key improvements? Insulation: close the hatches Sound insulation is one of the essential criteria of buyers. If your windows face a busy street and you do...
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Posted on 08/07/2019
Luxury and High-Quality Flooring Options for Your Home
Flooring is a significant part of your home interior decor. It bears the brunt of your daily activities and is always the first surface to reflect wear and tear. With that in mind, consider installing high-end flooring that is durable, lasts longer, and of course, makes your home more appealing. Luxurious flooring can boost your home value tremendously...
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Posted on 07/08/2019
Five Ways to Ensure Your Home Improvement Project Runs Smoothly
Doing a home improvement or renovation is a great way to add value to your home while learning something new. If you decide to DIY, you can enlist the help of your family and learn together. But, when you’re taking on a task you’ve never done before, there’s a lot that can go wrong. You might go over budget,...
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Posted on 06/24/2019
Should You Change to a Tankless Water Heater?
There are quite a lot of reasons why you should consider a tankless heater today. Apart from the fact that it is easy to maintain, it looks attractive, and it does not run out of hot water. Below are a variety of the reasons why you should upgrade to a tankless heater. It saves space The traditional heaters...
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Posted on 06/16/2019
Where to Begin When Decluttering Your Home
No matter how you look at it, decluttering a home is a big job, yet the rewards are very promising. For some people, however, the challenge is not knowing what to do. Here a few easy ways that you can start getting rid of clutter in your own home. Your medicine drawer is probably one of the most...
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Posted on 03/03/2019
What is “Cutting In” for Paint?
If you’ve never painted a home before, the term “cutting in” may be new to you, but to seasoned painters, it can either be your worst nightmare or your favorite part. Cutting in is a method of painting that eliminates most of the extensive prepping required when you follow all those painting instructions: remove all cover plates from...
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