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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

What To Know About Backyard Renos On A Bite-Sized Budget

Posted by Valentina Cestari

Nov 16, 2018 9:30:00 AM

OK... We know for many of you, the patio sets are going into hiding for the next 5-6 months. But it's not too early to start thinking of that backyard oasis you've longed for in 2019; maybe those thoughts will warm you on cold nights this winter.  

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Topics: DIY Projects

5 Important Patio Building Materials To Use For Your Dream Patio

Posted by Luke Hancock

Sep 14, 2018 9:50:00 AM

As the summer ends, and the weather gets cooler, now is the ideal time for you to engage in an improvement project on your home. Now, when it comes to simple and quick (those that can be executed in such a short time-span) ideas, there’s nothing that can beat building a patio.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation

Cleaning your Kitchen 101

Posted by Jeffery Black

Oct 27, 2017 2:00:00 PM

 

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Cleaning Tips

Another Man's Treasure — 8 Garage Sale Tips And Tricks

Posted by Luke Hancock

Feb 18, 2016 12:59:05 PM

It’s almost garage sale season, when eager homeowners everywhere are convinced that SOMEBODY will pay good money (maybe two bucks!) for that toaster that sort of works and the clock that quacks like a duck every hour.

Let’s be optimistic and assume there’s a willing buyer for all your unwanted stuff. The next step is knowing what NOT to do when you launch your garage sale.

There’s more to this time-honored art than piling all your merchandise in the driveway and hoping for the best. Memorize these eight garage sale tips and your next sale might be a sell out.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle

Avoid These 10 Most Common Home Renovation Mistakes

Posted by Luke Hancock

Jan 8, 2016 10:53:00 AM

The good news is, we’re not asking you to confess your home renovation slip-ups and goofs here, in public.

But we all make them.

That time you ordered the dishwasher that was too big for the space. The paint that cracked and peeled off in big hunks before it was even dry. The embarrassing trip to the emergency room because you... well, let’s not get into it here.

Some home renovation mistakes are so common the experts find themselves talking about them time and time again.

Homeowners, in 2016 and beyond, do your best to avoid these 10 common home renovation mistakes.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation

Landscaping Apps For Homeowners - Review

Posted by John Ferracuti

Jun 18, 2015 11:18:05 AM

Your yard could use some sprucing up, from adding a flowerbed in the front to redesigning the layout in the back.

But it can be hard to envision what the space will look like with those changes.

Instead of digging in and hoping for the best, use a landscaping app to create a digital layout of the space to see what does and doesn’t work. Even if you’re planning to hire a professional, creating a basic design beforehand can make sure you two are on the same page.

Here are our picks for the best landscaping apps for homeowners — to help you along your next project; from buying sod to disposing of the remaining landscaping debris in your chosen dumpster size.

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Topics: DIY Projects, yard

4 Unexpected Indoor Home Renovation Projects Perfect for Spring

Posted by Luke Hancock

Apr 30, 2015 4:07:00 PM

The warmer weather can leave you itching to get outside to work on your landscape.

But there’s a lot you can — and should — do inside your home, too. There’s a reason it’s called spring cleaning: it’s the perfect time to complete all of your projects and make your home look its best.

Here are four indoor home renovation projects you should tackle this spring.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle