Category Archive: Staying Warm This Winter

Nov 30

How to Create a Proper Budget for Any Renovation, Large or Small

Whether you’re readying to put your home on the market or you haven’t updated your space in a while and want to modernize, approaching renovations can be a struggle. With so many things to fix up, both large and small, it can seem overwhelming to prioritize, set the money aside and get to work. If …

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Nov 21

Simple DIY Remodeling Tips That Can Quickly Add Value To Your Home This Winter

Homeowners who are thinking about listing their home for sale in the coming weeks or months may be focused on improving their home to help it sell more quickly, but there also may be a focus on adding value to the home in the process. While each home is unique, there are a few …

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Nov 07

How To Landscape Your Home In The Fall

For homeowners who keep a garden, with the change of seasons comes a task list. There are basic tasks for gardeners — for example, raking the leaves, sharpening your tools. And, there are advanced tasks, too, which includes identifying and removing plants and trees which may be dead, and covering compost to prevent rain storms …

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Oct 09

Simple Tips On How To Effectively Maintain Your Home

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After buying property, it is always prudent to make sure you can effectively maintain the property to get the best value out of it. Many people simply assume that the care of a home starts and ends at general cleaning and changing a few light bulbs. This is not true and every home owner should …

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Feb 17

How To Stay Safe During Winter Outages

During a power outage many health threats are brought to the forefront that we may not otherwise consider.

First and foremost is the ability to heat our homes. Many residential dwellings have electric heat, and if no electricity is available, this heat source is of no use. Another problem that is presented during a …

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Jan 19

DIY (Do It Yourself) Projects for Home

We are in the heart of winter and you are likely spending more time inside these days. This makes it the perfect season to get some of your DIY projects done. If you are going to stay inside your home, it’s a good time to finish that accent wall. The great thing about these …

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Dec 23

Winterize Your Home for Later Summer Fun

The winter months are stretching out before us and, if you haven’t, you need to winterize your home.

The main concern for many home owners is blowing their budget on expensive DIY solutions for their home and finding out they’ll never see the rental they booked by the beach because they spent their budget on …

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Dec 15

Some Simple Tips on Effective Home Maintenance

 

After buying property, it is always prudent to make sure you can effectively maintain the property to get the best value out of it. Many people simply assume that the care of a home starts and ends at general cleaning and changing a few light bulbs. This is not true and every home …

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Nov 24

How to Winterize Your Home

If you want to avoid pesky winter-specific home problems such as frozen water pipes, now is the time to begin winterizing your home. DIY winterizing may sound like a tedious and even costly process, but it will help you to keep the cold out, the warmth in and heating costs down within your budget. There …

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Oct 06

Preparation Tips for Winter Power Outages

Power outage

During a power outage many health threats are brought to the forefront that we may not otherwise consider.

First and foremost is the ability to heat our homes. Many residential dwellings have electric heat, and if no electricity is available, this heat source is of no use. Another problem that is presented during a power …

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