3 Do It Yourself Window Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 13 October 2017

If you own your home, it's likely that you make maintenance around the house a regular part of your routine. That said, one area of the house that can sometimes be overlooked when it's cleaning time is your windows. If you want to avoid having to call a window replacement professional for years to come, you will want to give your windows a regular cleaning routine. Here are three do-it-yourself tips to help keep your windows in top shape.
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Three Current Remodeling Trends For Your Bathroom

Posted on: 12 October 2017

Are you thinking about remodeling your bathroom? If so, not only is it important to have an updated bathroom that looks new and modern, it should still be able to meet all of your bathroom-related needs. Here are three current remodeling trends for your bathroom. Gain Personal Space with a Double Vanity If you and your spouse share a bathroom, this means you also have to share the sink, mirror, and storage cabinets.
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Want To Get Your Older Home Ready To Sell? 3 Projects To Consider First

Posted on: 11 October 2017

Selling your home at the price you want can be a challenge since it can end up sitting on the market for an extended length of time due to there being no interested buyers. While you can't change the market, or increase the number of people currently shopping for a home, there are several things that you can do to make your home more appealing. With the right project and a focus on home remodeling for potential buyers, you can make your home as appealing as possible.
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How To Save Money On Your Kitchen Remodeling Project

Posted on: 10 October 2017

Kitchen remodels, just like any other major home construction project, are complex and necessarily expensive. However, in order to reduce your overall stress levels and save some money along the way, there are a few different things that you can do before and during your kitchen remodeling project. Plan with the Professionals Before you get started, the best thing for you to do is to actually sit down with a contractor and walk step by step through the entire project, detailing costs, timelines, contingency plans, and exactly what you want to get out of your new kitchen.
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