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Replacement Windows and their Effect on Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Replacement windows are an ideal investment if you’re planning to enhance your home’s energy efficiency, resale value or even your...

on Oct 18, 2018

5 Small Upgrades that can Drastically Improve your Curb Appeal

First impressions matter. Whether you are going on a blind date or trying to sell your home, a strong first impression can make all the difference.

on Oct 15, 2018

How to Better Prepare for Bathroom Remodeling

There are so many things you can do – and projects you can try – to improve the bathrooms in your house. Renovating the bathroom is a...

on Oct 12, 2018

Should I Replace My AC If It Experiences a Refrigerant Leak?

A refrigerant leak is one of the most common issues of an air conditioning system. Freon or R22 is the predominant refrigerant used in almost all...

on Oct 10, 2018

6 Pro Tips for Cleaning PVC-U Windows

Cleaning windows is a chore that some homeowners do not look forward to doing since it can be a tedious, physically demanding task. However, if you...

on Oct 8, 2018

Improvements / Remodeling

Tips for Successfully Building a New Home

Tips for Successfully Building a New Home

by Guest on May 15, 2012

To successfully build a new home, first carefully examine any proposal given to you by a general contractor to ensure that everything is spelled out in detail and in writing. The contract should include time estimates, all costs and specifics of the materials being used as well as warranty information, typically 1 year. Continue reading →

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Money Saving Techniques for Building or Remodeling

Money Saving Techniques for Building or Remodeling

by Guest on May 15, 2012

With home building and remodeling costs on the rise, finding ways to save money is very important when you are trying to stay on a budget. The following are a number of ways to save money along with adding value to your new home or remodeling project. Here are some key tips to consider to DIY and save money. Continue reading →

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Save Money - Do Your Own Home Repairs

Save Money - Do Your Own Home Repairs

by Guest on May 15, 2012

You may have little experience with hand or power tools, but once you realize how much money you can save by doing your own home repairs, you are going to become a dedicated do-it-yourselfer. The contemporary home contains an amazingly complex array of construction, electrical, hydraulic, and mechanical elements, any of which can break down or require maintenance from time to time. It is very costly to hire someone to deal with each problem as it appears and you can save money by learning to do Continue reading →

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Home Improvement Tips for the New Year

Home Improvement Tips for the New Year

by Guest on Jan 14, 2013

If people want to keep their New Year’s resolutions, it is important to make resolutions that are realistic. One of the most realistic resolutions to make is updates to a person’s home. As the housing market continuously improves, it is important for people to make sure the values of their homes are increasing. For example, NY Real Estate properties are some of the most popular homes on the market; therefore, the people in these homes should be sure that they complete home renovation projects th Continue reading →

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Give Your Home a More Spacious Feel by Removing a Wall

Give Your Home a More Spacious Feel by Removing a Wall

by Eric Hernandez on Jan 28, 2013

You don’t always need a new house in order to have a more spacious home. You can convert the space you have and retain all the things you love about the house you live in like your neighborhood, landscaping, and happy memories. Today’s newer home designs often come with more open floor plans. If you like that open airy feeling, you can convert the home you already love by removing a wall or two. After all, a renovation is cheaper than a new mortgage! Continue reading →

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Stepwise Plan to Repair Your Old Home

Stepwise Plan to Repair Your Old Home

by Saptarshi Masid on Feb 26, 2013

Living room is the place of a house where the guests enter first and have the impression about the house and the homeowner. Be the living room decorated in old classical style or in sleek contemporary manner, it endorses the personality and taste of the members of the house. It is the place, where the members of the family spend most of their time together, as well as guests are welcomed here. Continue reading →

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5 Tips to Minimize Disruption While Renovating

5 Tips to Minimize Disruption While Renovating

by Danny Duric on Feb 28, 2013

There are many people who eagerly want a renovation, but can't ​​actually stand the process because of the several disruptions in daily affairs that it brings along. The truth is that the renovation of your home does not have to be a difficult or unpleasant experience if you plan ahead and make wise decisions before and during the remodeling process. Here are 5 tips to make your renovation process stress free and with minimum disruptions: Continue reading →

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5 DIY Projects for Updating an Older Home

5 DIY Projects for Updating an Older Home

by Tommy Wyher on Apr 25, 2013

Old homes have history and character, and they're true prizes to own. Unfortunately, they can also be a lot of work to maintain if problems of upkeep aren't regularly corrected. Whether you've recently purchased an older home or have lived in the property for several years, bypass the remodeling headaches with these 5 DIY tips for updating and maintaining the residence. While countless options exist for updating an older property, the first step in most remodeling jobs should be ensuring the bui Continue reading →

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6 Cost-Effective Home Improvement Tips

6 Cost-Effective Home Improvement Tips

by Ryan Holman on Jul 1, 2013

Everyone wishes to make his/her home much more beautiful and functional. However, these days where things are getting costlier enough, one would give a lot of deliberations when it comes to upgrading home. Probably, for many homeowners renovating seems a bit more daunting task as along with efforts, it’ll also claim some cost. Thus, budget is one of the most major considerations. But how can any homeowner be far behind to upgrading his own lovely home? Of course, it’s very needful during certain Continue reading →

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Tis the Season: Home Improvements to Help with the Holidays

Tis the Season: Home Improvements to Help with the Holidays

by Tom Grant on Nov 11, 2013

For many people the hustle and bustle of the holidays leaves little time to truly sit back and enjoy them.  Yet by preparing now and transforming your home before the holidays are upon you, your home can be the ideal place to spend the holiday season.  Moreover, if you get your holiday house into shape now, you'll have more time to enjoy your company and have plenty of carefree fun this holiday season. Continue reading →

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