Category: Construction

4 Ways to Renovate Your Outdoor Living Space for Summer

| June 25, 2019 | Comments (0)

If your outdoor living area is looking dated and dreary, you are in good company. In many homes, this is a heavily used space that endures considerable wear and tear. It is likewise exposed to the elements year-round. You may also have other challenges to contend with in this space, such as an area that […]

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4 Home Sale Prep Repairs to Complete While the Weather is Good

| June 25, 2019 | Comments (0)

Well before you put your home on the market, you will probably need to carry out at least a few renovations and repairs. Here is a quick look at four important projects that you might want to finish up while the weather is pleasant.  Patch Driveway Cracks Driveway cracks are extremely common, and you must repair […]

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4 Must Ask Questions When Buying a Farmhouse

| June 24, 2019 | Comments (0)

There is nothing quite as charming as an old farmhouse, and living in one can be quite a treat. Unfortunately, it can also be problematic if you don’t do your homework before moving in. Typically located in more rural areas, farmhouses have some quirks not typically found in city homes. Here are four questions you […]

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4 Positives to Buying a Home with an Unfinished Basement

| June 24, 2019 | Comments (0)

If you are afforded the option to choose between a house with a finished basement and with an unfinished one, you might think the decision is simple: go with the finished basement. However, there are certain advantages to buying a home with an unfinished basement. Let’s look at four of those advantages. The Price Will […]

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Staging Your Backyard for a Sale

| June 24, 2019 | Comments (0)

Image Source When you’re sprucing up to sell your home the interior undoubtedly takes center stage, but it is the exterior that will create that all-important first impression for every potential buyer. This is why a well-appointed backyard is crucial, since it may be the thing that will seal the deal. Knowing this, many homeowners […]

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6 Home Security Tips to Follow in 2019

| June 23, 2019 | Comments (0)

The home security industry is expected to grow almost three times in size by the year 2022 according to IDC. As technology is advancing at a rapid level, people are also looking for and installing systems that are intelligent in their homes. Therefore, if you are looking for a home security system that is easy […]

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Repairs and Finances: The Hidden Costs of Homeownership

| June 23, 2019 | Comments (0)

The average homeowner spends around $2,000 per year on home maintenance, which includes things like landscaping and minor plumbing repairs. This does not, however, take into consideration major repairs, such as roofing or HVAC replacement. Unfortunately, if you aren’t prepared, a busted pipe, faulty air conditioner, or rotted roof could cause financial panic. Cash for […]

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5 Ways to Protect Your Home from Unforeseen Natural Disasters

| June 18, 2019 | Comments (0)

Natural disasters cause billions of dollars in damage every year, and you need to do everything in your power to shield your home from high winds, mudslides, floods, and hail. With a few simple upgrades and a little bit of preventative maintenance, you will be able to protect your property from unforeseen disasters and extreme […]

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4 Professional Services Every New Home Needs

| June 18, 2019 | Comments (0)

Buying a new home can be an exciting time. As new homeowners close on their property and get ready to pop their champagne, it’s important for them to take care of four important must-dos before settling into a new home. Read on to learn what professional every homeowner should take care of after purchasing a […]

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Updates for Resell Value: 4 Magic Improvements for the Market

| June 18, 2019 | Comments (0)

Boosting the resale value of your residential property can be an amazing thing. It can be great to possibly turn a profit after you sell your home. If you want to better your structure and perhaps even enhance its value and curb appeal while you’re at it, these tips can do a lot. You should […]

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