August 2017

Found 3 blog entries for August 2017.

The Importance of Painting Before SellingHomeowners thinking about selling their property usually take on a number of improvement projects before listing their home for sale. Making basic home improvements when it's time to sell can attract buyers and can distinguish a home from other properties in the area. Painting the exterior of a home is a project that is especially helpful for sellers. Painting your house before putting it on the market can help refresh the beauty of the property and can make the home more desirable overall.

Benefits of Painting Your Home Before Selling

There are many reasons that homeowners choose to paint their property before selling. Some of the benefits of exterior painting include:

  • Opportunity to choose a buyer-friendly color. Home buyers tend to
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How to DIY Your Own Outdoor Living SpaceWhether you've just moved into a new home or you've been in your current place for years, you may be thinking about doing something different with your yard or other outdoor area. One of the options worth considering is to create an outdoor living space, so you can spend more time outside and really be comfortable. Some people like to barbecue, and others might want to swim, sunbathe, garden, have a fire pit, or just enjoy sitting outdoors on cool evenings, during warm days, or even when the whether is unsettled. There are a lot of different choices to consider.

What Can You Do With Your Space?

Depending on the size of your space and the actual layout of what you already have, there may be a lot you can do. Even small spaces have options, too,

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Home Repairs That can be Done By Home OwnersWhen you own a home, there are inevitable upgrades and repairs that need to be made as systems go out of date and various appliances break or fall into disrepair Doing home repairs yourself can save you money and can help keep your home in good shape. Whether you're a first-time homeowner or have owned your home for the last two decades, knowing how to do the following DIY repairs can prove to be a valuable skill.

Unclog Drains

Many homeowners turn to chemical drain cleaners to get rid of their clogs, but there are better tools to get the job done. For slow drains, pour baking soda into the drain and then follow it with vinegar. After the bubbling stops, chase it with hot (not boiling) water. Do this several times until the drain is running

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