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5 Small Upgrades that can Drastically Improve your Curb Appeal

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

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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...

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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

How to Get Rid of Rats Outside

According to the University of Arizona, effective methods of roof rat control include exclusion, habitat modification, trapping, and poison bait....

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My Top Techniques to Get Organised in the Kitchen

My Top Techniques to Get Organised in the Kitchen

by Tom Grant on Jul 16, 2013

When I graduated from university, I decided to become a better cook. I know that one day I will have a family of my own to feed, and I’d prefer my kids having something more nutritious for dinner than fish fingers every day. So I bought a whole host of cookery books and downloaded some top recipes to my iPad in an attempt to progress my cooking from beans on toast to a three-bean chilli. However when I got into the kitchen, I quickly noticed how flustered I became with the timings of certain meals. Continue reading →

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A Quick Maintenance Checklist for Your Garage Door

A Quick Maintenance Checklist for Your Garage Door

by Charlie Brown on Nov 5, 2014

You probably have never given your garage door a second thought.  It does its job day in and day out - it opens and closes.  What more is there to think about?  The most important thing you CAN think about - safety. While an automatic garage door may seem safe, maiming injuries and some deaths (mostly to children) occur every year.  Although this is not a common occurrence, it's not something to take lightly.  Continue reading →

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No Need for a Plumber to Replace the Bathtub Drain

No Need for a Plumber to Replace the Bathtub Drain

by Guest on Jan 19, 2010

If your bathtub drain needs to be replaced, either because it has become damaged or simply because it's not holding the water in the tub adequately anymore, there isn't a need to call a plumber. Replacing this drain is well within the reach for most do-it-yourself home owners. Replacing this drain yourself will save you a significant amount of money, especially taking into consideration the prices that plumbers usually charge. Continue reading →

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Oil Furnace Do's and Don't

Oil Furnace Do's and Don't

by Guest on May 14, 2012

The best maintenance to your oil furnace to help eliminate many problems before they begin. Using these oil furnace maintenance tips will be a great start. If your furnace still isn't working, use the below troubleshooting Do's and Don'ts to find a possible solution. Continue reading →

Wallpaper Repair (repasting, blisters, tears, spots)

Wallpaper Repair (repasting, blisters, tears, spots)

by Michigan State University on May 7, 2012

Damaged wallpaper can be repaired. It's ideal if you have extra wallpaper that matches the pattern for repairs. Continue reading →

Glossary of Real Estate Terms

Glossary of Real Estate Terms

by Guest on May 15, 2012

Anyone planning to buy or sell real estate can benefit by using this free real estate glossary of common terms. While this information provided is considered accurate within real estate definitions, vocabulary cannot be 100% accurate in all jurisdictions or under the terms of your needs. This information is for general use and should not be used for legal purposes. - PART 1 Continue reading →

Installing Rain Gutter Guards

Installing Rain Gutter Guards

by Insidespaces on May 7, 2012

Installing rain gutter guards is an easy job that you can do yourself. There are, generally, two types to choose from : Vinyl and Aluminum. We will cover how to install one of the most common from each category. Please note, when installing these things, please do not fall and hurt yourself. As alwasy, use the necessary safety equipment. If you have questions about safety, the OSHA web site is a good place to start. Continue reading →

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Stainless Steel vs. Granite Composite Sinks

Stainless Steel vs. Granite Composite Sinks

by Guest on Apr 10, 2010

There are many choices when picking out your new kitchen sink. The most common sink found in today's homes is a stainless steel sink. The stainless steel sinks are common due to their durability and ability to match the look of more modern kitchen appliances. New technology has enabled the production of granite composite sinks, which also have many benefits. Please use this article to discover the differences between the two. Continue reading →

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How to Repair Broken Window Glass

How to Repair Broken Window Glass

by Guest on Oct 23, 2010

Your kid's soccer habit seemed harmless enough until a ball came crashing through the bedroom window. (Goal!) Having a glass repair service fix the damage can be expensive, but it's a simple and cheap do-it-yourself job, even for a first-timer. Think of glass repair as one of those little life skills you'll use time and again especially if your kid's aim doesn't improve. Do It Yourself or Hire a Pro?You can replace the glass in a double-hung window for about a third of the cost a professional would charge. Continue reading →

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Who Pays for What in Real Estate?

Who Pays for What in Real Estate?

by Guest on May 15, 2012

One very common question of real estate transactions is, "Who pays for what on a real estate transaction". Below is a list to give you an idea of some of the common expectations, but this list will vary from region to region. Also, if it's a buyer's or seller's market could possibly change the common fee responsibility. Continue reading →

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