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Tips Before Deciding to Do a DIY Demolition

Home improvement projects can range from relatively inexpensive undertakings to complex endeavors that cost homeowners thousands of dollars. In an effort to make expensive projects more affordable,...

 

Why Excavation Is Best Left To The Professionals

When shopping for a home, buyers often try to envision themselves living in a given property. Images of family gatherings and holidays may instantly come to mind, but prospective homeowners also may begin to envision changes they would make to a...

 

Cleaning Your Car's Interior for a More Comfortable Ride

Oil changes, tire rotations and even car washes may garner the bulk of drivers' attention in regard to vehicle maintenance. But various smaller undertakings, including keeping vehicle interiors...

 

How to Maintain Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors have long been sought after by home buyers. In its 2019 "Remodeling Impact Report," the National Association of Realtors revealed that new wood flooring was the fourth most popular...

 

Design Ideas to Give Your Home a Farmhouse Feel

Farmhouse style homes are having a moment. A 2020 survey from Homes.com asked more than 5,000 adults across the United States about their favorite house style from a list that included bohemian craftsman, mid-century modern ranch, French chateau,...

 

Help Your Houseplants Survive Winter

When fall gradually gives way to winter, gardeners will expend ample energy preparing their flowers and plants for the months ahead. Plants may be pruned to increase the likelihood that they will...

 

Picking Paint: What to Keep in Mind While Choosing New Colors for Interiors

Many components combine to define a home's interior. Some homeowners may be partial to certain styles, such as ultra modern or farmhouse, while others may opt for a more traditional look that cannot...

 

A Fun Fall Treat for the Home

With fall comes pumpkins, and with pumpkins comes seeds. Here’s a few recipes for pumpkin seeds for the whole family. Pumpkin Seeds 1. Seed the pumpkin: Preheat the oven to 300 degrees F. Using a spoon, scrape the pulp and seeds out of your...

 

Signs of Septic System Malfunction

Estimates from various sources indicate that roughly one in five homes in the United States has a septic system. Homeowners who live in areas with regional sewage systems may not give much thought to the operation and maintenance of their wastewater...

 

Pre-Winter Perennial Pruning Pointers

Foliage and football might be two things people instantly associate with fall, but there's more to this beloved season than brightly colored leaves and action on the gridiron. Gardeners know that spri...

 

Stems, Roots, Rhizomes: Learn Your Produce

Fresh fruits and vegetables can be grown at home with relative ease. Home gardening also puts complete control into the hands of individuals who want to know how the foods they eat were grown and treated, providing a greater measure of control over...

 

Incorporating Reclaimed Wood In the Home

Homes come in many sizes and styles. But whether your home is a palatial postmodern masterpiece or a cozy farmhouse, reclaimed wood can be utilized to create an awe-inspiring interior. Reclaimed wood serves both aesthetic and practical purposes....

 

'Homegating' Hacks

Tailgating is a time-honored and beloved tradition among football fans. Such get-togethers were largely forbidden during the 2020-21 football season. Though nothing can replace the atmosphere of a stadium parking lot tailgate, fans did their best to...

 

Clean Up Your Leaves in a Safe and Effective Way This Fall

Removing leaves from the yard is a task that homeowners must perform each fall. Thousands upon thousands of leaves can drop from a single tree. Multiply that by the number of trees on a property, and...

 

Pandemic Projects: The Most Popular Renovations During 2020

Spending so much time at home during the pandemic led many homeowners to spruce up their homes. According to HomeAdvisor’s 2021 State of Home Spending report, spending on home improvements increased by an average of $745 per household in 2020. In...

 

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