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Just because summer is fast approaching and you have a vacation schedule doesn’t mean that your home’s fireplace should go on a vacation. Although you may think your fireplace is useless during the warmer months of the year, you can use the fireplace to really crank up the aesthetics of the interior of your home. Here are a few creative ideas to implement so your fireplace doesn’t go to waste during the summer: Read More»
There’s no denying that buying a home is a major commitment, which is why having a home inspection done before finalizing any sale is extremely important. However, you may be able to save yourself some time and hassle throughout the home-buying process by simply knowing what to look for when it comes to potential issues with the foundations in these homes.
Check the Closets
A lot of times, home sellers who know their home has foundation problems and want to hide that from potential buyers will patch up or paint over cracks in the home’s foundation before listing the home. Read More»
If you are looking to make a quick and easy improvement to your yard while providing you and your loved ones with a place to sit, relax, and hang out during the spring and summer, you should consider investing in a nice, wrought-iron swing. Wrought iron swings look nice, can last for many years, and can match just about any outdoor living area, but they can be costly. You can always invest in an older model that you purchase used and fix it up to make it look like new again. Read More»
If you have a metal garage door, there may come a time when you have some dents in it that you want to fix. In most cases, the dents are small enough to repair on your own with basic home supplies. Here are instructions for repairing these small dents.
Gather Your Supplies
To repair a dent in your garage door, you need a few different supplies. Make a list before you begin so you can have what you need before you start the project. Read More»
If you’ve been considering remodeling your kitchen, you know that cabinets can eat up a large portion of your budget. Fortunately, there are ways to keep the amount you spend on cabinets in check…if you know where to look.
Ways to save on kitchen cabinets
1. Have your cabinets refaced instead of replaced. Replacing the doors and the edges that face out on your cabinets, called refacing, can give your kitchen an entire new look at a fraction of the cost of replacing the entire cabinets. Read More»