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5 Tools You Need for Home Renovations

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 15, 2019 7:49:00 PM

More people today than ever before enjoy DIY home renovations where they can take charge of exactly how their home is designed. If you are new to home renovations and want to get started on a project around your home, you're going to need to have a toolbox with some basic tools that contractors usually have on hand during a remodel. While different renovations will call for different tools, here are some of the basics that can help get you started.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation, Rental Property, Real Estate

[Infographic] Picking Sides

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 8, 2019 7:57:00 PM

Home improvement can be an overwhelming task from picking the right product that protects you from the element to making sure it compliments your house. The siding you choose is no exception to this as it is an important part of your curb appeal and is also one of the barriers between you and mother nature. With all the different options available, it leaves the million dollar question unanswered - what is the best option for me? Check out this infographic that was built out comparing two of the most popular siding options - vinyl and fiber cement. Within this piece, you’ll build a solid foundation by seeing first hand what many homeowners experience when selecting the right product such as knowing when to replace the siding, comparing the two most popular options, how to have the same look long after it’s been installed and finally, how you get the best deals on a project that will enhance your curb appeal.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Home Renovation, Home Staging, Real Estate

7 Incredible Tips For Downsizing

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Apr 4, 2019 7:54:00 PM

It’s a stressful time when you have to downsize, not as stressful as being an inch tall like Matt Damon and on top of that being left by his wife, but downsizing is still pretty stressful. Everything that you’ve accumulated over the years; everything that holds dear to your heart; everything that takes up space in your home will now have to find a new home either with you or without.


You’re obviously here because you need to downsize but you just don’t know where to begin. This is not a preparation to downsize, this is what you should do when you’re already doing it. Be sure to take some notes because these are awesome tips for a successful downsize.


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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Home Renovation, Relocation, Cleaning Tips, Home Staging

[Infographic] Let's Go Window Shopping

Posted by Luke Hancock

Mar 29, 2019 7:18:00 PM

Windows are easily one of the most underappreciated items on your house. We typically only think of it as a visual gateway to what’s happening outside but don’t factor in how it can actually be doing more than that. Your windows can actually be the reason why your energy bills have been skyrocketing over the last few months or even why your A/C is working overtime to keep the house cool during the summer. In this infographic, we’ll help you build a concrete understanding in the world of window shopping through topics such as knowing when to replace your windows,  what makes a great window, the little known tricks to picking the perfect window and then answering those questions every homeowner should ask when it comes to replacing those outdated windows.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Home Renovation, Thinking Green

6 Home Staging Mistakes You Must Avoid

Posted by Emily Kil

Mar 22, 2019 7:23:00 PM

If you're like many people contemplating the sale of your home, you've already spent at least some time studying what you need to do to stage your home for optimal appeal. Like many individuals, you may not have yet focused on staging mistakes that you absolutely must avoid. Falling trap to one of another of these staging mistakes will render your home less appealing to a prospective buyer.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Home Staging

Interactive Spring Cleaning Schedule

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Mar 19, 2019 12:28:43 PM

A Spring Cleaning Calendar To Help You Stay On Task

 

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Thinking Green, Cleaning Tips, spring cleaning, cleaning schedule

Things to Consider Before Planning Home Renovation

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Mar 18, 2019 7:07:00 PM

Renovations are important not only for aesthetic purposes but also for improving the functionality of your home. Over time, you may need additional rooms or living spaces to meet the needs of your growing family. Renovating your home is certainly an exciting and rewarding experience but nevertheless, challenging. To lessen the stress and likelihood of costly mistakes, here are some important things you should consider before you start your renovation project:

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation

7 Effective Tactics and Strategies for Effective Spring Cleaning

Posted by Emily Kil

Mar 15, 2019 8:37:45 AM

In many ways, spring is characterized as the time of year to start anew, the point on the calendar at which people make a truly fresh start. With the approach of springtime, you may be starting to think about undertaking a spring cleaning at your residence. If that is the case, you most definitely are not alone. As you contemplate embarking on a spring cleaning mission, there are seven tactics and strategies to bear in mind when it comes to that task and seven more over here.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Thinking Green, Cleaning Tips

Four Ways to Minimize Mess While Remodeling

Posted by Megan Jones

Jan 25, 2019 7:43:24 AM

Remodeling is an exciting stage for a homeowner and the family. If you're remodeling a kitchen, it requires a lot of work for several days or even months. Thus, aside from preparing for it financially, it is best to prepare for the minimization of the mess brought about by remodeling. There are several ways that we can minimize this mess. Depending on your situation, you may ask your contractor to clean as they go, most especially if the family stays within the area of construction or you may hire a post-remodeling cleaner to do the general cleaning. Here are some general tips to minimize the mess while remodeling:

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation

10 Tips for Remodeling A Kitchen

Posted by Luke Hancock

Nov 28, 2018 12:49:29 PM

 

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation