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6 Home Improvement Hacks Inspired By Netflix Shows

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Mar 9, 2021 9:44:54 AM

With most people spending more time at home than usual, you may be noticing how essential functionality is in your space. Home improvement and decluttering are the key to creating a productive space and comfortable quality of life. Check out these six organization and home improvement hacks inspired by your favorite Netflix shows for improvements to make in every room!

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Topics: Organized Lifestyle, Home Improvement

Home Renovation Ideas for 2021

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Feb 23, 2021 11:08:54 AM

There is every possibility that you are bored with living in the four walls of your house. You can use the time available at the moment due to the pandemic for sprucing up your house. A good-looking home provides warm vibes and raises your comfort levels for the family. Beginning the decorations for your house can be unnerving and you can get filled with doubts and apprehensions. There are many questions such as what do you use and what not? Is rustic decor your solution? Do I stick to the fundamentals or opt for lofty ideas? If you search for ideas online you will find several but you will not be sure about where to make a beginning. Here are some tips.

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Topics: Home Renovation, Home Improvement

Best Space-Saving Hacks for New Parents

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Feb 9, 2021 10:38:51 AM

Welcoming your little one into the world and their first home is a pretty exciting occasion. And while standard advice is to buy a bigger house, you may feel like it is not the step you could take at this time. Tiny living with a new family addition is indeed no easy feat, but if you are smart and creative with the space you have, the limited square footage may become just enough. For this reason, we are sharing the best space-saving hacks for new parents to make raising their new baby in a tiny apartment more than manageable.

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Topics: DIY Projects

Hello 2021: Tips to Get Ahead of Your Spring Cleaning

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jan 27, 2021 7:43:24 AM

The beginning of a new year is a fresh start. Resolutions are made to eat healthier, exercise more, quit smoking, read more books, etc. But what about cleaning? The start of 2021 is a perfect opportunity to create a spring cleaning routine that you’ll actually stick to. 

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Topics: spring cleaning

Four Ways to Dispose of Bulk Garbage

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jan 12, 2021 9:19:11 AM

When it's time to sell a house, complete a home remodeling project, work on landscaping, or clean out your garage, you'll probably be left with piles of garbage and large, unwieldy trash. It's tempting to simply drag it all to the curb, but alternative removal options may be more cost-efficient and thorough, depending on the project. Here, we'll compare four of the most common ways to dispose of bulk garbage.

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Topics: Hiring A Dumpster Rental Company

8 Simple Things You Need to Fix Immediately When Buying a New House

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Nov 17, 2020 9:58:00 AM

Purchasing a property is a long and exhausting process. But, before you settle your family into a new home, you have to ensure that the house is in good condition and move-in ready. Investing in minor customization that will allow you to create a more durable living area is vital because as soon as you complete your renovation projects, you won't have to think about them in the next couple of years. 

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Topics: Home Improvement

Itching For A Change? Try These Remodeling Projects

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Nov 3, 2020 8:45:45 AM

Your home is your sanctuary, but after being under quarantine due to the pandemic for months, it’s understandable that you’re itching for a change. Well, you’re not alone because 76% of real estate agents who were surveyed for HomeLight’s Q3 2020 survey said they’re seeing more homeowners roll up their sleeves and dive into a remodeling project or two. 

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation

How to Make Your Home Brighter

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Oct 21, 2020 9:24:24 AM

What sounds like a better idea – to live in a home filled with light and fresh air, or to live in a home that’s dark and gloomy? A brighter living space is definitely something we could all stand to have, but while some people find it easy to let more light into their homes, others have to get creative and improvise for the best results. We’re not all blessed with spacious homes that have large windows and plenty of sun; some of us have to deal with small apartments and tall buildings surrounding it. Here’s how you can make your home brighter easily:

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Topics: Home Staging, Home Improvement

How to Prepare for Bathroom Renovations

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Oct 14, 2020 9:34:53 AM

Renovating your bathroom is an investment that returns three-fold. First, it increases the overall resale value of the place. Second, it improves the quality of life within the household. Finally, it may help you lower the monthly utility bill by quite the margin. Still, executing these works is far from simple. A major home remodel is one of the most expensive home improvement projects. It may also leave a crucial part of your home with limited functionality for quite a while. In order to ensure that all things run smoothly, you need to learn how to prepare for a bathroom renovation. Here are four tips to help you out.

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Topics: Home Renovation

6 Tips to Prevent Renovation-Caused Accidents

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Sep 21, 2020 4:30:00 PM

Renovating a place is always a good idea, seeing as how it boosts the resale value and the quality of life, at the same time. However, this process has some downsides, as well. First of all, it’s usually quite expensive, even if it brings a positive ROI. Second, it makes your home either unavailable or partially available during the works. Finally, it significantly reduces the safety of your household, even its security, during the works and shortly afterward. So, here are several tips you could use in order to prevent renovation-caused accidents from ever spawning.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Home Renovation, Residential Repairs