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The Most Important Repairs to Make Before Selling Your Home
Home Selling
The process of getting your home ready to sell is overwhelming. There is clearing the clutter, endless amounts of cleaning, organizing, and essentially inspecting every corner of your property with a magnifying glass. You’re overwhelmed at the quantity of work before you.   Should you make...
2 days ago
Leisl Bailey
How To Sell A House That Needs Work Without Expensive Renovations
Home Selling
Selling a house that needs work? There are actually quite a lot of reasonably inexpensive fixes to help your home sell for a reasonable price. As long as you are willing to put in the effort, you can trade your time for money that you would spend on sprucing up your home.   Home Exterior Repa...
3 days ago
Leisl Bailey
How Much Does a New Roof Cost?
Investing
For most homeowners, re-roofing is one of the largest renovation expenses. Failing roofs can lead to problems such as interior damage due to mold, rotting wood, and termites. You should consider investing in a new roof when there is visible damage. Roofs on homes situated in areas where there are c...
2 weeks ago
Jeffrey Williams
How Much Does a New Roof Cost?
Investing
For most homeowners, re-roofing is one of the largest renovation expenses. Failing roofs can lead to problems such as interior damage due to mold, rotting wood, and termites. You should consider investing in a new roof when there is visible damage. Roofs on homes situated in areas where there are c...
2 months ago
Luke Babich
Eco-Friendly Planning for Your House
Saving Money
In the last century, access to “cheap” fossil energy has been a key driver for economic growth and industrialization. In recent years, there has been a global focus on sustainability and sustainable development. One of the most publicized global efforts to drive this change is the United Nation...
2 months ago
Jeremy Decker
Home Renovation Tips for Success
Renovation
Taking on a renovation project can be a great way to improve your existing property and add value to your home. Renovations can range from small improvements such as installing a skylight, to adding an extension to a house. These improvements can often require considerable time and cost – so ...
2 months ago
Jake Cardenas
Do Solar Panels Add Value to a Home?
Investing
Solar panels are becoming an increasingly popular source of energy for homes on the market today. For some, the benefits of going green might seem like a surefire way to increase the value of your home; however, the question of whether or not they add to resale value is complicated. While it’s tr...
2 months ago
Luke Babich
How to Weatherproof Windows
Saving Money
Saving money on your energy bills can be a huge benefit, especially around winter time. With constantly fluctuating energy prices, aging doors and windows, and household budgets possibly getting tighter, any amount saved on your energy bill is a plus. Weatherproofing can help lower your energy bill...
3 months ago
Ben Mizes
Mold Prevention Best Practices: Signs of Mold and How to Prevent It
Moving
Household mold can be a frustrating occurrence. Mold is not only unsightly, but it can also some be linked to a variety of health conditions. People with mold sensitivity can suffer from chronic coughing, wheezing, and allergy responses. Long-term exposure to toxic molds can even cause serious neuro...
3 months ago
Jeremy Decker
Extra Bedroom Ideas for Your Home
Renovation
Think about this: an empty room, a blank canvas. The ideas of what you can do with this space are endless. That’s the problem, though. Whether you need practical space for storage or you’re looking for creative uses, there is just SO much you can do with that extra bedroom. To help you ...
3 months ago
Ben Mizes

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