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5 Signs it is Time to Resurface Your Floors

Hardwood floors are a sophisticated addition to your home and do add to the home's resale value. However, there is no secret that the hardwood...

on Jan 18, 2020

Sandy Soil: The Best Plants to Grow In

The main peculiarities of the sandy soil, its pluses and minuses. Useful tips on how to improve the sandy soil. Examples of the plants that can be...

on Jan 16, 2020

6 Ideas to Help Keep Your House Cool Without High Utility Bills

Keeping the home comfortable is a vital part of homeownership, but not when it begins to drain your finances. Here, we look at a few smart ways you...

on Jan 11, 2020

How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets the Right Way

One of the most common questions homeowners have about DIY home painting projects is how do I repaint my kitchen cabinets? You may be surprised to...

on Jan 10, 2020

Top-Loading Washing Machine DIY Troubleshooting and Repair Guide

What is wrong With your washing machine? Listed here are some common problems that can occur with your top-loading washing machines include It...

on Jan 10, 2020

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How to Prevent Drafts in the Home

How to Prevent Drafts in the Home

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

Doors and windows are the most common places where a draft enters the home, and each one needs assessed as to the severity of the draft present. This can be accomplished by placing a lit candle near each door and window, and watching the manner in which the flame moves, or in extreme cases, is extinguished. Continue reading →

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How to Wax Your Floor - Vinyl, Laminate, Hardwood Floors

How to Wax Your Floor - Vinyl, Laminate, Hardwood Floors

by Guest on Jan 13, 2010

Many people shy away from waxing their floors because they fear that it will be too much work, but waxing a floor is not a difficult or complicated task. A clean, well-waxed floor gives a nice look to an entire room and can be easily done with the right tools. Continue reading →

How to Replace a Faucet

How to Replace a Faucet

by Guest on Jan 12, 2010

Replacing an old or leaking faucet is not a difficult task and doesn’t require many tools. You will first need to select the right replacement faucet, one that completely covers the mounting holes of the old faucet. The following steps will show you how to replace a faucet on a kitchen or bathroom sink. Continue reading →

Simple Ways to Transform a Room on a Budget

Simple Ways to Transform a Room on a Budget

by Guest on Jan 12, 2010

If your room has the same look over a long period of time, you obviously feel unhappy and bored. There are indeed simple ways to transform the entire look of your room without having to spend lavishly. This can be done by changing all the furniture and accessories in that room, or by certain other cost-effective means. Continue reading →

The Lights in Your Kitchen Offers More Than Just Illumination In Space

The Lights in Your Kitchen Offers More Than Just Illumination In Space

by Guest on Jan 12, 2010

In most homes, the lighting in the kitchen is fairly inadequate, which usually consists of one fixture in the middle of the ceiling. If the family is lucky, then there might also be an additional fixture to shed extra light over the kitchen or other work area. But, for the most part, the light, as well as any lighting accessories in most kitchens, leaves a lot to be desired and most homes could stand to have a makeover done to improve the safety and functionality of the room. Continue reading →

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Homemade Headboards-Make an Upholstered or Wooden Headboard

Homemade Headboards-Make an Upholstered or Wooden Headboard

by Guest on Jan 12, 2010

Homemade headboards can add a lot of personality to any bedroom. They can be coordinated with existing furniture and room decor or they can be the basis of a bedroom makeover. Invest a bit of creativity and time to make a headboard, turning it from ordinary to spectacular. Save money with a do it yourself headboard – all that is needed is some basic skills and tools. Cheap plywood is good enough for an upholstered headboard since it will never be seen. Continue reading →

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Landscape Irrigation

Landscape Irrigation

by Guest on Jan 5, 2010

Most of the country is now under the influence of the hottest part of the year - even here in normally cooler north Idaho, temperatures have risen into the nineties for over a week. To keep your gardens thriving in these conditions is a challenge, and requires the careful management of irrigation practices. Continue reading →

Copper Tubing Pipework

Copper Tubing Pipework

by Guest on Jan 5, 2010

Copper tubing for use in domestic systems comes in three different sizes, these are 15mm, 22mm and 28mm. In older properties the original copper pipework will be imperial, this came in 1/2", 3/4" and 1". Although the difference in sizes seems obvious, metric pipework is measured externally while imperial pipework was measured internally, this makes the differences between the equivalent metric and imperial pipework very small. Continue reading →

Picking the Right Humidifier for Your Home

Picking the Right Humidifier for Your Home

by Guest on Jan 4, 2010

If you've ever heard of humidifiers you know that they are used to produce soothing breathing environments in your home. Recently, humidifiers have become trendy because of their known benefits. Living in places where winters can bring severely dry air, the use of a humidifier can provide relief, not only for breathing, but for your skin additionally. Dry chilly air is known for causing hives and scratchy dry skin, so a humidifier can be used to wet the air and give your body the humidity i Continue reading →

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Feng Shui Tips for Decorating Your Home

Feng Shui Tips for Decorating Your Home

by Guest on Jan 2, 2010

The Chi, (or energy flow), should never be made stagnant at this point. Pictures and ornamental decorations in this area should be pleasing and round leafed plants in pots attract prosperity into the home. Another tip to remember is that if you have doorways from front to back that are visible, the flowing of energy should be stopped from escape. A Feng Shui cure for this problem, can be by placing a plant as suggested to the side of the entry: thus creating an environment to capture the Chi flow. The essence of creating good flow and attracting harmony, involves placement. Continue reading →

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