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Gas Water Heater Repairs

If you have a gas water heater and are not getting the hot water that you want, there are a few simple repairs that you can try. You should try...

on Jan 15, 2019

5 Tips To Help You Win A Foreclosure Auction

Auctions are chaotic – even if you’re an experienced pro. Foreclosure auctions are a crazy affair, full of homeowners trying to snag...

on Jan 14, 2019

These Rules of Bedroom Design Were Made to Be Broken

You want a beautifully decorated home, but when it comes to your bedroom, you should consider functionality over fashion. A bedroom can be...

on Jan 7, 2019

Increase the Value of your Home by Remodeling

The main goal of remodeling your condos is to make it more attractive and add value to it than it was before. In remodeling the property, there are...

on Jan 4, 2019

8 Ways to Create More Space in Your Kitchen and Dining Area

It can be frustrating if your kitchen and dining spaces seem too small to contain all of the supplies and other items you own, but it doesn’t have...

on Jan 4, 2019

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The Top 3 Most Unique Offices in The World To Work

The Top 3 Most Unique Offices in The World To Work

by Craig Daniel on Dec 2, 2013

Fluorescent lights, rows of cubicles, grey carpet and blank walls: These are the features of the archetypal modern office. They are boring and frighteningly generic. Fortunately, most offices have a bit of colour hiding somewhere. Bright wall decorations, lovely landscaping or interesting people liven up these dull spaces. However, more and more companies are breaking the office mold with The Workplace Depot. These exciting new offices are far from bland. Rather, they are masterpieces of architecture, interior design and landscaping. Three offices, in particular, stand out as stunning and unusual work environments. These are the three most unique offices in which to work. Continue reading →

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Tips to Help You Save Money When You Move Home

Tips to Help You Save Money When You Move Home

by Gregg Titon on Jan 9, 2014

Moving is such a stressful time for many, but being prepared for it can make it seem so much easier. It can also be a very expensive move if you don’t plan ahead, so here are some money-saving tips to help you move efficiently and on the cheap. Moving home is a stressful time, not just physically, but financially too, so it is vital that you are on top of it all. By doing this, you can end up saving a lot more money than you thought, which could be useful when thinking of decorating. Continue reading →

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Money Saving Renovation Ideas

Money Saving Renovation Ideas

by Guest on Jan 15, 2014

If you’re looking to renovate your house at the beginning of 2014, the good news is that you’ve picked a great time to start. At the same time however, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with shaving the prices off renovation, or even working towards economising your home for the future. Saving money and looking after the environment is important, and there a few additions that you could add to your house for little or no money, depending on your circumstance. Continue reading →

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Evaluating A Fixer Upper Property Before Purchasing

Evaluating A Fixer Upper Property Before Purchasing

by Sally Smith on Jan 24, 2014

Investing in a fixer upper property can be a really great concept to earn some additional money as part of your income. The real facts are that you really need to evaluate a property with the help of a professional inspector before investing large amounts of upfront money, as it can end up sucking up a lot of your money if it’s not in the best of shape. In addition to personally looking at a property it’s important to strongly considering all the findings detailed in a property inspection report. This is where you will find a detailed description of everything you would need to invest time and money in before the location can be used and a professional will know exactly what to look at when completing this detailed description. Continue reading →

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A Guide to Finding the Right Movers for Your Home

A Guide to Finding the Right Movers for Your Home

by Ryan Holman on Feb 14, 2014

Making a change of residence is a major undertaking that will require a significant amount of planning. One of the most important steps in the planning process will be deciding on how you plan to transport your property to the new home. Some people might try to rent a truck and handle this process on their own, but others may need or prefer the services of professional movers. Individuals that are shopping for a moving company will find that there are a lot of companies that offer these services. While most companies will take every step to ensure customer satisfaction, there are some that engage in practices that are less than ethical. Finding the right movers for your home will require the individual to take some time and do a little research. Continue reading →

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Repair and Replace: Effective Ways to Sell Your Home Faster

Repair and Replace: Effective Ways to Sell Your Home Faster

by Tom Grant on Mar 10, 2014

What puts you in the mood to buy a house? Is it a dirty paint job with overgrown grass? What about a stone driveway past its prime? Are you attracted to vinyl siding that's supposed to be white, but is yellowish instead? Of course not - none of these things is attractive. None of these things will make you want to buy a home. But, what about your own home? You're selling it. Are you making it harder for people to buy? Here's how to make it easier. Continue reading →

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Home Sweet Home: Your Pre-Move-In Checklist

Home Sweet Home: Your Pre-Move-In Checklist

by Jessica Socheski on Mar 12, 2014

Now that you have your new house, there is no doubt that you will be eager to move in right away. The sooner you can unpack and organize, the sooner you can get back to a regular routine and have your life back. But before you move in, there are some basic things you have to go through to ensure a safe and proper process. In the long run, doing these simple things will save a lot of time and money down the road. Make sure you have these things checked off prior to moving and so you can enjoy your first days in your new house. Continue reading →

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The Importance of Truck Rentals When Repairing and Renovating Your House

The Importance of Truck Rentals When Repairing and Renovating Your House

by Guest on Apr 28, 2014

Renovating the home is a big decision because it means that you would need to prepare your home and make sure that all of your items, especially the most fragile ones, are safeguarded. A home repair may be costly, but having your items broken into pieces will add up to your expenses. To keep your items protected and secured, renting a truck will definitely be of valuable help. Continue reading →

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How to Choose the Right Garden Apartment

How to Choose the Right Garden Apartment

by Boris Dzhingarov on May 12, 2014

Selecting the right place to call home is a task. The apartment or home needs to be comfortable, roomy and have the amenities that you require. When you walk into a place you should be able to picture yourself there. Garden studios are ideal, especially for people that wish to bring some of nature inside. It is a space that can be open to the outdoors when you want it to be. Continue reading →

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Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent to Sell Your House

Choosing the Right Real Estate Agent to Sell Your House

by Sally Smith on May 20, 2014

If you are trying to sell your home, there is one thing you need to make sure you have. That is a good real estate agent. Choosing the right real estate agent can be the difference between confidence and frustration. When you are looking for an agent, ask them what type of real estate training they have had. Some real estate agents specialize in commercial real estate but won't be a good fit for your home selling needs. Continue reading →

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