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By Hannah Whittenly When you move into a home that has been previously occupied, some of the items and equipment may be outdated, or in need of repair or replacement. To ensure your home is safe and running smoothly, and guarantee you don’t end up in a money pit, here is some of the equipment you may need to replace to get you up and running in your new home. Air...

By Dixie Somers  Preparing your home for winter is an important task that you surely don't want to put off. Cold weather, snow and ice can severely damage your home if you don't take steps to prepare for it. Be sure to complete these five important tasks to winterize your home before the cold weather sets in. Trim Your Tree Branches
If you have trees...

  By Dixie Somers  Your home's roof takes a beating every day of the year, so storm damage is bound to happen eventually. Some possible forms of damage include stripped shingles from heavy winds, tree damage, water damage, and more. It's crucial to immediately address any roof damages, otherwise a small issue can develop into a huge, expensive catastrophe....

By Anica Oaks  If you're interested in making your home have more curb appeal, there are a few things you can do. Along with making some improvements to the exterior of your home, landscaping your yard can be a good way to boost curb appeal, too. If you're new to landscaping and want to make sure that you do it right, the advice below should help you out. Carefully...

By Lizzie Weakley  Since your garage door has always opened and closed as it should for so long, you've probably started to take it for granted. Unfortunately, that way of thinking comes crashing to a halt when your garage door suddenly develops a problem. While you may be frustrated, the good news is that most garage door problems are relatively common and easy...

Posted on Oct 24 2022 - 10:00am by Paige Brown
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By Meghan Belnap  In today’s world, everyone is looking for ways to stay safe. For most of us, the home is the one place where we can feel the safest. That doesn’t mean that your home is entirely secure, though. You could be the target of theft, vandalism or other issues. Fortunately, you can make some simple changes to make your home feel safe and secure. Change...

By Dixie Somers  When you think of a dining room, you probably imagine a dining table, chairs and not much else. Obviously, the dining set is the most important factor, but what about the rest of the room? The way you decorate this space will set the tone for every meal, conversation and experience had at the table. If you enjoy entertaining, here are four unique...

By Brooke Chaplin  Regardless if you want to improve the safety of your kitchen or increase property value, there are many benefits of remodeling, and you can take the step without overspending. It’s always wise to develop a plan and stay committed to that strategy, minus a few changes here and there. Once you know what to upgrade, it allows you to research and...

By Lizzie Weakley  A bathroom remodel is a great way to increase the value of your home and make it more enjoyable to live in. But with so many different styles to choose from, it can be hard to decide which one is right for you. Here are five popular bathroom styles to help you narrow down your options. Traditional Style
The traditional style combines...

Posted on Oct 14 2022 - 10:00am by Paige Brown
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By Dixie Somers  Everyone has the same goal when the temperature drops: stay warm! It sounds simple enough, but there can never be too much advice on how to beat the cold. Here are four ideas to help you keep your teeth from chattering. Keep the Cold Away
Don't be afraid to bundle up! If you wear fleece or wool, you can trap plenty of heat. You can...