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Dec 14

Safety: 5 Ways to Prepare for a House Fire and What to Do if One Breaks Out

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House fires can break out for a wide range of reasons, and these include everything from grease fires while cooking in the kitchen to lightning striking the home. They can cause a significant amount of property damage as well as personal injury or even loss of life, so preventing them and knowing how …

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Dec 07

5 Tips for Reducing the Amount of ‘Stuff’ You Need

Are you in the process of buying a new home? Then now is the perfect time to finally go through all the clutter and make some tough decisions about what needs to move with you and what needs to go away. There is no point in waiting until after a move to go through the …

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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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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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Aug 31

The Three R’s To Fixing Up A Historic Home

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If you enjoy both history and fixing things, then you may have trouble driving by historic homes for sale without feeling the urge to buy and fix one up.

Before you do, however, you should know the three R’s of fixing historic homes — Restoration, Renovation, and Repair.

Restoration “Restoration” is the process of returning …

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Aug 15

Gutter Cleaning & Maintenance Tips For Your Home

The gutter system is very important as in its absence, water starts running off your roof in curtains and gutters collect debris like twigs, dirt and leaves. Water gets blocked if there is too much of accumulated debris in the gutter system and this water eventually moves into the cracks and crevices in your foundation …

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Aug 01

Why Concrete May Be The Next Best Thing For Your Kitchen

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Updating your kitchen may be a project that you have been looking forward to for a long time. Now that the time has come to get started working on your project, you may be exploring the different materials that are available to use in your kitchen. The counter tops are often a prime focal point …

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Jul 20

When A Bobcat Tractor Is Necessary

Whether you have a large property, you are trying to maintain, a construction business, or anything in between, bobcat tractors are essential equipment.

These handy little tractors can mean the difference between a job well done (and repeat customers) and a floundering business.  Of course, there are times when you simply need a bobcat tractor …

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Jun 26

Easy Tips For Fertilizing Your Lawn This Summer

A well cared for lawn can add value and appeal to your home. Whether your lawn is for your personal enjoyment, or in preparation for selling, having a healthy, presentable lawn can be a great boost. Getting the best from your lawn can take year round care, especially in harsher climates where the grass doesn’t …

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