Before, During, After: The Most Important Renovation Questions To Ask

Have you wanted to give your house a facelift, but felt that the process was too overwhelming? We understand your reasoning. Depending on the project, renovating your home can be a pretty big deal. With all of the time and money you’re investing, it’s important to ask yourself a few questions during the course of […]

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Kitchen Renovations: Countertops & Backsplashes

The kitchen is often referred to as “the heart of a home,” serving as the epicenter of activity in many private residences. Most homeowners desire a welcoming and functional space, since it is where they cook and share meals with loved ones. Regardless of personal taste, it is possible to revamp your kitchen with a […]

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How to Keep Your Pets Safe During Renovation

There is a lot to occupy our thoughts while initiating a home renovation. One of the things that, unfortunately, tends to get lost in the shuffle while these plans are put into action is pet safety. This article shares some easy tips to keep your pets safe while the renovation is ongoing. It may seem […]

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How to Easily and Inexpensively Add Value to a Home

As the housing market recovers, many homeowners are finding that now is a pretty good time to sell their houses. SecuritySystemReviews.com has put together a list of easy things a homeowner can do to increase the value of their home. The first is to create a home office, to take advantage of the fact that […]

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What Do Home Buyers Buy after Moving?

New homebuyers are the biggest spenders following their big move. Compared to buyers of existing homes and non-moving homeowners, new homeowners significantly outpaced the spending on furnishings and window treatments. Interestingly, new homeowners even buy more appliances, though appliance suites usually accompany new construction. Similarly, other items, like computers, refrigerators, and televisions, drive new home […]

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Five Ways to Deal with Crawl Space Air

There are several options on how to handle the foundation type of a home with a crawl space, whether you own one currently, or are thinking of buying/building one. Generally, crawl spaces are vented to the outside, but more recently, over the last decade at least, more energy efficient homes have been encapsulating the crawl […]

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Fertilizer Spreaders: The Different Types

When purchasing a fertilizer spreader, one might be surprised at the variety of options. Fortunately, while the settings and method of distributing fertilizer will change depending on the spreader, a typical bag of fertilizer will have instructions for each type. The most popular type of spreader is the walk-behind broadcast spreader, which is designed to […]

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Fall Lawn Care: Removing Branches and Limbs

As fall comes before winter, fall is conveniently an excellent time to clean up your yard in preparation for winter. One project in particular that fall is well suited for is removing branches and even limbs from trees that are in need of shaping or have been struck by disease. For a limb over six […]

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Five Easy Ways to Reduce Yard Work

Escape constant mowing, trimming, and fertilizing to free up time for enjoying your yard. A manicured lot can still be had with half the labor. Do you really have to spend an extra hour trimming around every step, stair, and length of garden edging? Not if you let the landscape be your guide. Create paths […]

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