Why Trucks are Essential During the Home Repair Process
by Guest Post on Nov 24, 2014
There are many reasons for reconstructing a house. Some people do it to utilize more spaces inside the house while others do it to refine old model houses. However, whatever reason is behind the home repair, there are essential pieces of equipment and vehicles to achieve the maximum output. Continue reading →
10 Innovative Ways to Make Extra Storage Room
by William Hayes on Dec 5, 2014
Most people run out of storage space in their homes. If you’re a busy family with countless hobbies and interests, the need for extra storage solutions is always present. Here are 10 ideas to help you cope with these problems: Continue reading →
How to Keep Your Home Running Properly
by Guest on Dec 19, 2014
Having a home is a major responsibility. Between the bills and the upkeep, it can be a lot to handle, but ensuring that your home runs properly is important to not only your well-being, but also your equity and investment in your home. Continue reading →
Fireproofing Rentals: How Should Responsible Landlords React?
by Andy Morley on Feb 20, 2015
Buy to let mortgages are one of the biggest growth markets at the moment and the number of people living in rented accommodation is at an all time high, however not all landlords take their letting responsibilities seriously, particularly with regards to appliance and fire safety. Continue reading →
3 Reasons Why Outdoor Storage is the Storage Solution You’re Looking For
by Boris Dzhingarov on Mar 15, 2015
When my wife and I moved into a tiny house (800 sf), we were determined to make use of every inch, leaving us a clear beautiful living space wherever the eye could see. We had plans for shelving, cabinetry, maximized closet space, etc. Continue reading →
Is Your Home Energy Star Certified for Energy-Efficiency?
by JustRentToOwn on Apr 8, 2015
As the demand for good housing rises in the United States, more home builders are seeing the value of building new homes with energy-efficient standards in mind to achieve the Energy Star rating. Continue reading →
Instant Hot Water Comes with Style
by James Helliwell on Apr 30, 2015
RIP to the kettle. You have had a good life but there are much better devices out there now which can give you hot water at the touch of the button. We have all been used to getting instant cold water out of a tap, simply because it is far easier to get instant cold water than it is instant hot water. Continue reading →
Sprucing up Your Living Room for the Heat of Summer
by James Helliwell on Jun 10, 2015
Winter has come and gone and we are now rapidly approaching the heights of summer. If you have not already, now is the time to finally getting around to clearing all the old tat out of your house and especially your living room. Continue reading →
The Strangest Things Ever Found in Storage Units
by Guest on Jul 3, 2015
Many of us make use of some extra storage space at some point or another, maybe because we are in the middle of a move or carrying out a home makeover and need to clear some space, but while most items stored are ordinary household items, some it seems to have some strange ideas on what to put into their unit. Continue reading →
Ways to Kill Black Mold in Your Home
by Boris Dzhingarov on Jul 19, 2015
Black mold in your home is not only dangerous, but it can also be damaging to your property. Therefore, it is important to know how to kill the black mold before it gets out of control and costs you more money than you originally anticipated and before it ends up causing health problems in your family. Continue reading →
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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...
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Moving to a new home can be a complex and stressful process, but with the help of the right truck size, you can make it a smooth and seamless...
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