Month: July 2020

home improvement

Why Millennials Love Home Improvement and What Mistakes They Are Guilty of Making

When it comes to homeownership, millennials fall short when compared to other generations. According to a recent survey, 80% of millennials delay home-buying since they lack the funds to do so. But while millions of Gen-Yers are renting, many were still able to secure homeownership and are now dominating home improvement projects. Why Millennial Homeowners Love Home

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fixing the wall

The Importance of Knowing Your Home Renovation Goals

Do you remember the popular ’70s tune, “YMCA” sung by the all-male disco music group, the Village People? Part of the music video for the song was filmed at the old Chelsea YMCA gym in New York. That gym used to have a running track and was frequented by many members looking for a good

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house in suburb

Sustainable Home Renovation Ideas for 2020

Home renovation can help save the environment. In 2020 and beyond, renovating one’s home can be a project that makes one’s home more beautiful and functional while helping to promote sustainable living. New technology is making this all happen. Green home renovation is fast becoming a trend. To have a ‘”green house” used to refer

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cleaning necessities

How to Tackle a Major House Cleanup

Are you preparing your house for a major renovation? Have you been too lax with cleaning for the past few months, and now it’s catching up on you? Whatever the reason might be, tackling a major home cleanup can be overwhelming. Luckily, there are several strategies to make any significant cleanup a little bit easier: 1.

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relaxation at home

Creating the Ultimate Relaxation Experience in Your Home

Some homeowners exert effort and invest money to make their homes the ultimate place to relax. Making upgrades for your home with this nature may be expensive at the onset. Yet, its returns are practical as it adds value to your home. Also, it gives you and house guests the pleasure of being in your

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green miniature home

4 Ways to Lead Your Community into an Eco-Friendly Lifestyle

It takes a lot of effort for an individual to commit to an eco-friendly lifestyle. You will find that it takes years to develop habits and routines that are helpful to the environment. When you manage to make the transition, it is time to start influencing others to do the same. The first people you

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contractor and client

Essential Questions to Ask Your General Contractor

Building a home from the ground up or renovating an existing property can be a huge financial investment. There’s no question that you’d want to get your money’s worth out of this project. Unless you’re a seasoned home constructor, you’ll need someone to guide you through the complex process of building a home or undertaking

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clinic

4 Tips to Help Start Your Private Clinic

Medical practitioners will be looking at jobs in hospitals and clinics. However, there might not be a lot of positions available that suit your preferred schedule and income. If you want to continue your practice on your terms, you can set out on a private venture. Starting a clinic is similar to running a business,

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backyard

Bring Your Favorite Sports Home with a Backyard Court

Backyards are often underused. But with a little creativity and enough budget, you can transform them into an amazing space. You can turn yours into a personal oasis complete with custom Bullfrog hot tubs. If your family is into sports, however, why don’t you build a sports court in your backyard? That will help you

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bedroom

A Space of Your Own: Need Another Room?

A building just outside your main home but still in your property has many names. For the longest time, it was called a shed, but as its purpose expanded it became more than an area to hold tools and equipment. Now it’s called granny flat, annexe in the UK, or even man cave to highlight

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