Month: February 2021

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Use the Lockdown to Get Ahead on Your Home Maintenance

Home maintenance is important and necessary but it is not fun and can be time-consuming. This means that there is a chance that you have not really paid attention to the condition of your house for a while. A silver lining of the lockdowns due to the pandemic means that you now have the time

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Basics in Redesigning Your Office Without Breaking Bank

There are many reasons your company or business would want to consider redesigning the office, and, if you’re reading this, you probably already have a reason of your own to do so. But for those who are still on the fence about giving your office a makeover, here are a few reasons that you may

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Winter-proof Your Home: The Different Parts of Your House That Need Extra TLC

Preparing the house for winter is one of the most neglected home repairs. Since the winter months are a sign of the coming Christmas season, people wouldn’t spend their time doing home maintenance. They’d rather prepare for Thanksgiving, do Christmas shopping, decorate the Christmas tree, or maybe just lounge by the warm fire. Clearing out

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Before Your Move In: Essential Improvements You Need

There is nothing like the joy of moving into a new home. But not all houses are perfect. Some of them need tweaking and changes to be ideal for you and your family. The trouble is that doing renovations right after moving in can be very disruptive. So before you contact the local moving company, here

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Winter and Black Ice: 3 Ways to Reduce the Risk of Accidents

For some, especially those living in snowy Utah, winter and the holidays may be more tragic than merry. According to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), over 20% of weather-related vehicle accidents occur during the last season of the year. That at least 70% of roads are in snowy regions is a factor, but so does

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Bad Habits That are Ruining Your AC

The air conditioning system is one of the most expensive parts of the home to repair and replace. That said, you definitely don’t want to say goodbye to your AC prematurely, much less have it break down in the middle of summer when you need it the most. To keep your air conditioner in good

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How to Improve Your Patio to Increase Your Home’s Market Value

Improving the overall appearance and quality of your home is one of the best ways to increase its market value. The easiest method to do this is to maximize the space that you currently have. For example, if your house has a patio, knowing how to make it look more appealing is important. Your patio

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5 Worthwhile Home Improvements to Spend Your Money on

If you’re among the millions of American homeowners who have saved enough to push through with your planned property improvements, you shouldn’t spend a single dollar without first listing down some options. It’s easy to begin a project with all the money you have but it’s also easy to regret your decision when you suddenly

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How You Can Prevent Water Damage to Your Home

Water damage is an issue that most homeowners are desperate to prevent as they cause the most expensive repairs. After all, water is only meant to stay within building structures in a controlled sense, meaning it should stay inside supply pipes, drainpipes, basins, and sinks. They should never get into unabated areas like the home’s

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Building the Commercial Kitchen Ideal for You

A kitchen is as much a workshop as it is a workplace. For people who have careers built around preparing food, it’s especially important that all their needs and even quirks are met by their kitchens. That’s why those who are planning on opening their own restaurant or starting a business centered on food, should

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