Category: Construction & Home Services

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Does Your Garden’s State Affect the Salability of Your Property?

Recent studies and figures showed that a well-manicured lawn, garden, and backyard could increase a property’s value by as much as 20%. The study took into account more than 5,000 respondents from nine different countries. They’re all saying the same thing: a beautiful garden boosts the property’s value. It means you can sell it for

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Home Repairs

4 Home Repairs You Should Leave to the Professionals

Home maintenance will always be a part of your responsibilities as a homeowner. Issues will arise unexpectedly, which is why you need to learn how to make the common repairs in your property. Most maintenance tasks are easy to perform. You do not need to hire a professional for minor repairs, and you can come

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Painting Your Home’s Exterior? Take Note of These Dos and Don’ts

One of the most significant drivers of home value is the property’s curb appeal. And one of the most important considerations for impressive curb appeal is your home’s exterior painting. A new coat of paint instantly gives your home a fresh look and transforms it from plain to picture-perfect, even people who knock on your

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Raising Home Safety: Prevent Accidents in Your House

Safety is a major consideration when you’re building or remodeling a home. And it doesn’t matter much whoever is living in it, may it be children or the elderly. Everyone has a right to be safe. Falling is a common cause of injury in the home, and it would do well to prevent it from

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Essential Home Services That Protect Your Family’s Health

Your house is a place that shelters your family. It protects them from the biting cold during the evening and the scorching heat of the sun in the morning. Inside it, there are various inner workings that mere mortals could barely understand, which is why there are experts out there who can help fix them

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How to Get Your Backyard Ready for Fall and Winter

Just like that, summer is almost over. Even though most of the US is feeling the brunt of a heatwave, nights are still cooler, and pretty soon, we’ll be bundling up lightly for the fall (and a little heavier for the winter). One thing about the summer that you should take advantage of is getting

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Leaks at Home: Signs to Watch out For

In a perfect world, our homes won’t require maintenance and every system will work seamlessly. Unfortunately, our world isn’t perfect, and many things can go wrong in our house. For example, the plumbing system can experience issues that could cause significant damage to the property if left unsolved. Leaks are among the worst plumbing problems

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The Best Ways to Set up Your Work-from-home Space

Whether it’s because of the threat of the coronavirus or you’ve simply switched careers, the work-from-home set up is here to stay. Many of you are working home for the first time. You’ll be surprised at how convenient and challenging it can be at the same time. For a while, you’ll wonder why companies don’t

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Four Easy Ways to Start Decluttering Your Home

Ever since Marie Kondo’s Netflix show became massively popular, more people now are finding home decluttering a pretty powerful way to reduce stress and boosting productivity. The idea is simple enough—get rid of what you don’t need and keep only the things that “spark joy”. The KonMari approach has certainly helped people to be mindful

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Keeping up with the Household Chores

What a life it would be to only clap your hands and have a glass of water in your hand. Sadly, life doesn’t work that way and chores don’t accomplish themselves. Every day, homeowners spend 90 minutes on chores alone. This is more hours than renters spend on housework since the latter saves time on

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