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Summer Time Does Not Have to be Bug Time

The joy of summer is often mixed with the dread of having to deal with bugs. It often seems that the moment summer arrives at your home and garden...

on Jun 25, 2019

Carpet Cleaning Guide: Cleaning & Removing Pet Stains from Your Carpet

Having pets in your home can be rewarding. That being said, there are things you will have to deal with regularly when it comes to housing pets....

on Jun 22, 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Self-Build Insurance: What You Need to Know

Buying a home is already expensive, and then you need to get home insurance on top of it. It is essential. But then you want to do renovations,...

on Jun 21, 2019

6 Essential Rules for Hosting an Open House That Will Lead To a Sale

Whether you are in the process of attempting to sell your home, or if you are yet to put your house on the market, you are probably hoping that it...

on Jun 21, 2019

5 Things To Know About Tuckpointing

Stone and masonry are virtually maintenance free which is great news for a homeowner, however, it isn’t completely maintenance free. Bricks...

on Jun 13, 2019

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How to Choose an Audio Interface

How to Choose an Audio Interface

by Guest on Nov 1, 2017

An audio interface is a good buy. It enhances the work your computer can do for you by giving you additional components and capabilities. This is an important piece of equipment for the music engineer, as much as it is for the music enthusiast and audio engineer. Continue reading →

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How to Save Money when You Buy Garage Doors

How to Save Money when You Buy Garage Doors

by Bob Padilla on Nov 7, 2017

Everyone is looking for frugal solutions even when they seek new garage doors. But is it possible to save money and still get a durable garage door? The truth is that there are some things you can sacrifice in order to keep the budget low but there are also some things you should never compromise. Continue reading →

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4 Home Repairs You Can Do on Your Own

4 Home Repairs You Can Do on Your Own

by Alex Schnee on Jan 31, 2018

Have you ever had issues with your home and you’ve been tempted to give it a shot yourself? The good news is that many home repairs are possible to complete on your own—and you don’t necessarily need to be handy in order to do it. While there are some problems that might be too much for you like a broken air conditioning system, others you can easily do within an afternoon. Continue reading →

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5 Easy DIY Home Repairs Everyone Should Know

5 Easy DIY Home Repairs Everyone Should Know

by Guest on Apr 11, 2018

Hey there! Planning to buy a house or looking for ways of cost cutting for the new SUV? Well no matter the reason, everyone has household chores to complete. Now, not many would include repairing and maintenance as one of it, it sure comes in handy when you could DIY repair. Continue reading →

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How You Can Save the Environment by Taking Care of Your Home

How You Can Save the Environment by Taking Care of Your Home

by Alex Schnee on Apr 13, 2018

You might not know this, but repairing your home can have positive outcomes not only for you, but also for the planet. As it becomes more and more imperative that we find new ways to help the environment, the best place to look is where you spend the majority of your time. Continue reading →

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Add a Deck to Your Commercial Location to Increase its Value

Add a Deck to Your Commercial Location to Increase its Value

by Iwan Gunawan on May 10, 2018

Are you the owner of a restaurant, nightclub, or other commercial location? If so, you may well be looking for a quick and easy way to make a rapid increase in your real estate value. You may be interested in improving its value in order to sell it, or you may have any number of other reasons in mind. Continue reading →

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Four Biggest TV Reception Problems That are Best Left to Antenna Specialists

Four Biggest TV Reception Problems That are Best Left to Antenna Specialists

by Guest on Jul 13, 2018

Nothing is more relaxing than sitting on the couch and watching your favourite TV shows or movies at the end of a tiring day at work. Continue reading →

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How to Know if Mold Is In Your Walls

How to Know if Mold Is In Your Walls

by Neal Julie on Aug 18, 2018

Mold is a fungus and lives both indoors and outdoors. The problem with mold growth indoors is that it becomes dangerous to our health since it expands in a confined environment. Mold infestation will not only make you sick but will also weaken the foundations. Continue reading →

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Some Basic Home Repairs

Some Basic Home Repairs

by Jane Brown on Nov 11, 2018

Owning a home is a pleasure and a lot of hard work. Once you settle into your new home, there are a number of other tasks that are involved with maintaining the home. Today, home ownership requires that the homeowner is familiar with a few basic home repairs. Continue reading →

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3 Things to know before Hiring a Moving Company

3 Things to know before Hiring a Moving Company

by lawrence heaslip on Dec 6, 2018

Do you plan on hiring a moving company to move your home? We are going to cover 3 things you should carefully look over before choosing a relocations company to move your belongings. Continue reading →

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