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Low-Water Landscaping: The Best Water-Saving Plants

The threat of drought and water shortages has forced landscapers to get creative with their plant selections. A growing number of professional gardeners now specialize in low-water landscaping, also known as xeriscaping.

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Summer Prep: How to Get Your Home Ready for the Heat

Summer heat is just around the corner and it can catch you unprepared if you are not diligent in your preparation. Start by preparing your home for the summer now so you can just enjoy the warm weather when it arrives in your area.

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Rental Sweet Rental

Renovations are simple enough to talk about when you own your home and have creative free reign to remove …

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The Impact of Organic Waste

If you have ever seen an elephant at the zoo or in the wild on safari, you were surely struck by their sheer mass. As the largest land animal on the planet, they can weigh upwards of seven tons.

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Door Stop Didn’t Do Its Job? How to Patch Up That Brand New Hole in Your Wall

It’s a sickening feeling when you close the door and see the dent in the wall behind it. It’s even worse if the dent has developed into a knob-shaped hole.

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Tips for Making the Most of Patio Season

No two ways around it, we’re in the twilight of summer. As the days shorten and brisk autumn breezes ready for their sultry assault, I’m pretending cardigans and woolen socks aren’t just around the corner.

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Five Roofing Options and Which One is Best for Your Home

People who are building an entirely new home or are replacing their roof are in a position to choose from different roofing options. The style of the roof is often determined by the style of the house.

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Important Spaces to Clean After Renovation

The usual weekly cleaning of your home is not such a big deal, considering that you probably perform it at least every week. That is an important activity which gives you the guarantee that you’ve taken good care of your place and that you have provided yourself and your family with the necessary sanitizing cares for a safe and healthy indoor living space.

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Making Your First Home Cozy by Giving it Some TLC

Congratulations! It’s your first home, and you are both excited to start decorating, and a bit overwhelmed about what to do next.

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Six Upgrades Every Homeowner Should Consider To Save Money

Owning a home is a big accomplishment, but it is one purchase that can be quite pricey over time. As a homeowner, you are solely responsible for all the maintenance and upkeep needed.

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Aging-In-Place Checklist: The Top 4 Ways to Make Your Home Remodel a Raging Success

Aging in place means enjoying home on your own terms. Whether preparing for independent living or helping an aging relative, there are many changes to consider.

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Modular Buildings – A Modern Construction with Trendy Lifestyle

These days, Modular constructions have emerged to be a better alternative than conventional construction. Contrary to traditional construction practices, modular building construction is a very cost-effective and appropriate setting for quality production.

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Quick Remodeling Tip: The Importance of Supplies

When you first start your business project, you need to make sure that you have everything you need on-hand. Not having the right tools and equipment can slow your project greatly.

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5 Reasons Why LED Flashlights Are Better Than Regular Flashlights

Most of us have used these handy devices in the past, whether it’s used for finding a keyhole in the dark, walking in the dark, used as tactical devices on handheld weapons or used as a search and rescue tool. This device has been proving its utility since its very invention.

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How My Smart Rolling Cart Became My Best Friend?

I have been staying in a living-cum-kitchen kind of a set up since the past five years. A single room set-up requires me to be extra cautious about the investments that I make on things like furniture and bedding.

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Aging in Place or Senior Housing: Considerations

Your home is your castle, but as you age it may seem more like a prison than a place to reside. For millions of Americans, the transition from their home to senior housing seems inevitable.

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Meeting the Gadgets Need of your Household without Breaking the Budget

Tweet Along with budget friendly gadgets, there are also some ideas in which to assist you in lowering your monthly expenses. Simple things like unplugging items that are not going

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How To Effectively Build A Specific Tone For Your Home

Tweet But, if you want your home to have a certain tone to it, there are certain things you should consider. Even if you are currently living in a mish-mash

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Feng Shui Your Home

Tweet But there are many that believe that the colors and items you choose to surround yourself with affect not only what your home looks like but what your home

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Cash-Out Refinancing and Your Home

Tweet Even if your home’s value plunged during the Great Recession of 2008, your home may have recouped much of that loss over the following years. If you desire to