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6 Best Energy-Efficient Home Improvements You Can Make

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jul 10, 2019 8:44:00 PM

In a world where climate change is wreaking havoc in unprecedented ways, the need of the hour is to cut down our carbon footprint and become energy efficient. People are gradually making the shift from expensive fossil fuels and rising energy costs, to a cleaner, greener future. You should join this trend and do you part in saving our world. The journey to a brighter tomorrow starts today at your home. With some upgrades/modifications in your home, you can reduce your dependency on fossil fuels. Here are the 6 best energy-efficient home improvements for you to make:

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Topics: Thinking Green, Home Improvement

Summer Home Maintenance 101

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

Jun 25, 2019 5:23:00 PM

After the frigid winter temperatures and the powerful windy rainstorms spring has to offer, you're probably in the market for hot summer days and sunshine. As with any season, your home will need a little attention to help prepare it for the long days ahead. Use this run-down on summertime home maintenance to get your home ready for its most memorable summer yet!

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Topics: Organized Lifestyle, Thinking Green, Cleaning Tips, yard, summer, Home Improvement

6 Amazing Tips For A Clean Backyard

Posted by Maricriz Rodriguez

May 7, 2019 8:33:00 PM

Do you want to have your backyard cleaned? Below are some tips, such as fertilizing, removing weeds and planting beds, to name some that you can use if you want to maintain a lovely and clean garden no matter the season.

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Topics: DIY Projects, Organized Lifestyle, Thinking Green, Cleaning Tips, Home Staging, yard, summer

[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

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

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

6 Things You Didn't Know You Can Recycle For Money

Posted by Erich Lawson

Jun 16, 2017 10:25:00 AM

If you look around your home or office, you will find lots of objects that can be recycled. What you probably did not know is that you can be paid to get those things recycled! How? Read on. 

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Topics: Thinking Green