Two Overlooked Areas That Need Your Attention

Great home maintenance is key to a beautiful house that makes you happy. It also makes your appliances and home exterior last longer. Did You Forget About Your Fridge and Windows? Don’t feel bad, it happens. These are two areas that are important but easily overlooked. Vacuuming fridge coils – sometimes they’re on the back…

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Dark Decor for a Dramatic Winter

When you think of winter home décor, your mind probably goes straight to mistletoe and holly. Although that’s valid and beautiful in its own right, don’t overlook the power of dark accent pieces when you’re deciding on a winter look to create a bold effect. Black or slate grey pieces like rugs, end tables and…

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Test Your Foreclosure Investment for Mold

Buying a foreclosed property can be a great way to get more bang for your buck, whether you are looking to turn a profit or make a home just right for your family. People may try to scare you with stories of mold damage, but these are not a big deal if you know how…

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Signs You Need an Attic Insulation Upgrade

How much attic insulation does your home have? Older homes, in particular, often have less insulation than recommended. Enjoy comfortable year-round temperatures and save on your energy bills by contacting a professional to inspect your attic and add more insulation. Look for these signs of improper insulation levels and contact a professional today. Drafty Home…

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Top Signs Your Older Home Needs Electrical Repair

When you own an older home, or a home built between the 1950s and 1970s, you may need to upgrade or electrical repairs. If you’re not sure if your home needs an upgrade, take the age into consideration and look for any warning signs. Address the warning signs right away for a safe, electrically sound…

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The Importance of Radon Re-Entrainment

Radon is something homeowners everywhere need to be aware of. Homeowners should test for radon levels in their home and if levels are elevated, it’s time to mitigate. Homeowners can use radon mitigation to remove the risk associated with the odorless gas. Many radon mitigation systems use venting through the attic. There are undoubted benefits…

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Soak That Siding

Return your home’s exterior to its original fresh and beautiful appearance by giving your siding or brick a good washing. This home maintenance task doesn’t take long, and the results can be amazing. It’s easy to forget how vibrant the original color of your home’s siding is until you blast away any accumulated dirt from…

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Spice up Your Kitchen With Color

For a kitchen that’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser, consider investing in some of the latest top design trends including color, color and more color. If you just painted your kitchen all-white you may be disappointed to hear that trends are moving away from the uniform look to more splashes of color. Gone are the…

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Prevent Basement Mold by Reducing Moisture

Whether your basement is a wine cellar, lounge area or abandoned storage location, you have likely dealt with mold there before. Chances are you have tried many different techniques to prevent mold in your basement. One of the most highly recommended is to reduce moisture. But, how do you pull this off? Basements are, after…

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Retest for Radon After You Move In

Buying a home is a fun, time-consuming process with many forms, inspections and tests conducted prior to move in. The previous homeowners likely had a radon test completed as part of the sale. However, even if the test came back in acceptable ranges, it is a good idea as a new homeowner to conduct a…

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Why a Home Inspection Is Critical

In the urgency to find and move into a new home, some buyers charge through the process quickly. This can be important in a competitive market, as people don’t want other shoppers moving in with a better offer on a desired property. Still, it’s important that buyers check all the essential boxes and don’t skip…

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Rustic Fall Decor You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

Fall decorating ideas are always fun, especially when it comes to your home décor. Take advantage of these super-simple and unique tips to welcome the autumn season! Go For Organic When you think rustic, think organic elements that you can add to your home to usher in fall. Easy ideas that add a flare of…

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

Making resolutions for New Years is a tradition, but the truth is that they are hard to uphold. Make resolutions for your home this year instead — they will be much easier to keep! Purge and Declutter Free yourself from unnecessary items in your house by getting rid of them. Spend a day going through…

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Evergreen Beauty in Your Winter Decor

Wintertime has a magic all its own, and evergreen trees are a beautiful way to showcase that magic. When deciding on home décor this winter, make your house feel extra-cozy by bringing the natural world indoors and adding touches of greenery here and there. Your stairwell is a lovely spot to hang a garland made…

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Simple Yet Genius Home Organization Hacks

Clutter has a way of making everything feel muddled, which is why you should devote a few hours to putting these easy home organization tips to use. The good news is, you don’t have to spend tons of money on baskets and bins — you can use what you already have to organize your spaces…

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Christmas Wall Décor You’ll Love

A blank wall space can be a dream come true when the holiday season rolls around. Take an otherwise unused wall and turn it into your favorite Christmas canvas! Traditions Shine Through Red, white, green, silver and gold are traditional Christmas colors, so lean on that palette. Use traditional Christmas decorations on your walls, such…

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Fun Ways To Stay Organized

Make your home a happier space by trying out these two home organization tips. Mason Jar Storage Create a rustic place to keep bathroom clutter at bay by mounting mason jars onto scrap wood. Hose clamps keep the jars tight against the wood, creating the perfect spot to hide small clutter. Cookie Pan Chore Chart…

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Know What it Means to Pass or Fail a Radon Test

Once you’ve finished your radon testing, it’s time to dig in and understand the results. Pass and fail aren’t necessarily the best ways to determine home safety, but knowing the numbers involved will help you choose the right solutions for your home. The EPA established that a radon level of four picocuries per liter as…

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