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By Lizzie Weakley  Whether you are planning to sell your home or just want to make it one of the best-looking homes in your neighborhood, the good news is that you can use a variety of easy ideas to give your home the curb appeal it deserves. If you're ready to get started, here are five things you can do that won't take much time and won't bust your budget along...

By Brooke Chaplin The windows in your home serve many purposes. From keeping cold weather out to providing natural light to the interior of your home, there are many things to consider when determining which type of window to have installed. We're going to share with you some of the most commonly installed window types in the modern home. Double Hung Windows
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By Rachelle Wilber  As winter approaches, you’ll want to get your home’s air conditioner prepared for the cold season. Even though you likely won’t be turning on your AC anytime during the winter, it’s still important that you perform certain tasks to help ensure that your unit remains up to standard so that it will be ready to use again when the warmer...

By Brooke Chaplin  Bathrooms serve many purposes for all members of the family. From daily grooming activities to nice relaxing showers, a newly remodeled bathroom is the perfect way to start and end your day. If you’re looking to remodel your bathroom, consider the best ideas to make this room more relaxing and enjoyable. Retile Your Bathroom
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By Meghan Belnap  Turning your heater off during the winter, especially when the temperature is below freezing, can be dangerous for your family and the property. It could prevent your body from producing heat quickly and normally. When it comes to your home, the water and pipes can freeze, causing them to burst, amongst other issues. Therefore, you need to know...

By Lizzie Weakley  You might already have a furnace installed in your home, and the thought of replacing it might not have really been on your mind yet. These are a few possible signs that it might be time for you to purchase a new furnace. Your Heater Hasn't Been Heating Properly
You’re supposed to be able to count on your furnace to keep your home nice...

By Rachelle Wilber  Garage doors are an essential component of any home; when they malfunction, they can be a major hassle. You can try a few things before consulting a professional when the garage door is not opening or shutting properly. Here are five things to look for if your garage door is broken. Check the Emergency Release
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By Brooke Chaplin  It is always exciting to plan a bathroom remodel, but you want to avoid causing financial stress over your project. Luckily, there are ways to stay on top of your budget while planning a remodel. The following tips can help you set and stick to your budget while remodeling your bathroom. Set Your Budget In Advance
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By Kara Masterson  When it comes to your home’s air conditioner, you should always err on the side of caution. If you think that your AC might be in need of repairs, then there are some key steps that you must take to ensure that your HVAC continues to run smoothly and efficiently. As we head into the colder seasons, now is the perfect time to repair your AC to...

By Dixie Somers  Raccoons aren't the cleanest of creatures, so there will usually be visible signs if you have one in your home. Omnivorous, dexterous and clever, these masked bandits can cause a lot of destruction in their search for food. They are also vectors for disease and pose an infectious risk to your family and pets. Raccoons are most likely to infiltrate...