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    5 Signs You May Have a Mold Problem

    Mold is one of the worst problems you can experience when owning a home. Since mold often stays hidden, it can be very hard to detect a problem in the early stages. This allows the mold to destroy a large section of the home before you even know there is a problem, which leads to… Keep Reading…

  • A Homeowners Guide to Your Gutters
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    A Homeowners Guide to Your Gutters

    Water can be one of the most problematic influences on your home. It can pool near the foundation, causing leaks in the basement. It can also damage landscape plants, create walking hazards, and lead to the growth of algae on your brick or siding.   To prevent these problems, you have gutters. Gutters are designed… Keep Reading…

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    The Main Reasons To Maintain Your Hot Water System

    Hot running water is one of the most important features in every property while you should be aware to keep your water heater running at a high level of efficiency at all times of the year. Indeed, hot running water is one of the most widespread amenities in every home or office while hot running… Keep Reading…

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    6 Things to Know About Your First Home Loan

    Buying a home is a big deal, as it is considered an essential life goal. There are many factors at play when you decide to become a homeowner. First, you need to determine the type of home that you need. You may have a particular design in mind and venture to find a home that… Keep Reading…

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    Apartment Living: Damage Free Decorating Ideas

    Apartment living is great, isn’t it? You don’t have to deal with lawn care or snow removal, you can have your plumbing fixed whenever you want to without consequence, and you have the convenience of secure doors and grounds protecting you from wayward individuals.   One drawback that many experience when leasing an apartment is… Keep Reading…

  • 4 Things To Consider When Decorating Your Home
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    4 Things To Consider When Decorating Your Home

    Moving into a new home is an intense experience; however, it can also be a rewarding one.  You get to start fresh and decorate an entirely new home than the one that you had before.  However, coming up with new ideas can feel overwhelming. Once you get over the initial exhaustion of unpacking your bags,… Keep Reading…

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    6 Tips for Adding Water Features to Your Backyard

    Do you spend a lot of time in your backyard during the summer months? If so, why not make it even more inviting for yourself and your family. Adding a water feature is one way to give your backyard a more relaxing, peaceful atmosphere. Check out the details on six water features to consider for… Keep Reading…

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    A Gardener’s Guide to Perlite

    Whether you’re a beginning gardener or a seasoned green thumb, you want your garden to flourish. The type of soil you use contributes to a healthy garden. Perlite is a natural mineral found in many types of soil sold in garden stores and nurseries. Next time you purchase soil, look for tiny, white balls in… Keep Reading…

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    6 Tips for Improving Your Bathroom

    The bathroom is no longer just the place where people do what they must do and quickly leave. It is now a part of the home’s overall decor, and homeowners want it to be a place a visitor wants to linger in. Indeed, renovating the bathroom is one of the few improvements that can add… Keep Reading…

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    6 Tips for Building Your Perfect Custom Home

    Custom homes are a chance for you to build your dream home. However, you do not want a single mistake to happen while your custom home is being built, and you do not want to end up with any regrets regarding that home. Know what you are doing as you are planning out that home… Keep Reading…

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    5 Ways to Prevent Home Invasions This Summer

    When summertime comes around, home invasions start to become a more common thing. No one wants to have a stranger breaking into their home, and there are steps that can be taken to help protect a home from home invasions.   A Home Should be Watched Over While the Owner is Away   One of… Keep Reading…

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