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Sunday Morning Tip for Aug 04: 4 Home Upgrades to Enjoy Before Summer Ends

Summer is finally in full swing, and now is the opportune time for making upgrades.

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Sunday Morning Tip for July 28: 3 Gardening Tips for Recovering from a Severe Storm

Cleaning up the aftermath of a severe storm is a great time to consider making incremental changes to your property to not only preserve curb appeal but also prevent damage in the future.

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Sunday Morning Tip for July 21: Upgrading Your Home Amenities for Maximum Comfort

Your home should be an oasis for relaxation, comfort, and style. There are several amenities that you can upgrade to take your home to the next level.

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Sunday Morning Tip for July 07: How to Improve Your Home with a DIY Metal Roof

Building your own home or renovating the roof of your existing home comes with plenty of questions.

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Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 30: Expect the Unexpected: 3 Things That Can Go Wrong During a Renovation

Taking on a home renovation project of any kind is always a huge and exciting step to take. Regardless of whether you’re new to the task or you’re experienced at it, thinking of new ways to renovate an area of your home can create all sorts of amazing feelings.

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Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 23: That Wasn’t Supposed to Happen: 4 Places in Your Home You Don’t Want to DIY Remodel

Very few things are as satisfying as completing a renovation or remodeling project, but you need to be careful whenever you work on your home. A single mistake can quickly escalate into an expensive catastrophe, and that is why some projects should always be left to the professionals.

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Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 16: 4 Tips for Making Home Updates to Match Your Climate

For a home to look great, it needs to match its surroundings. That is true for the design and style but also for the climate.

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Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 09: Is it Time for a Home Improvement Project?

Part of owning a house means having to maintain it to ensure it is functional and remains contemporary. New materials and features only last for so long.

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Sunday Morning Tip for Jun 02: Plan Ahead: 4 Ways to Prepare for a Major Kitchen Renovation

There are times when you just want a change at home. One of the most common and impactful changes involves renovating the kitchen.

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Sunday Morning Tip for May 26: Don’t Mess Up Your Home Maintenance: 4 Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and this old proverb holds very true when it comes to your home.

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Some Classics

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Featured Home Entertainment

5 Things You Need for a Modern Home Entertainment Center

The perfect home entertainment center needs the right location, proper furniture placement, the right lighting, and some basic components.

Featured Sun Room

Sun Rooms: a Feature for Every Season

A complete guide to sun rooms, including sun room design choices, who can benefit from a sun room, how to find a credible sun room contractor, and how to decorate your sun room.

Featured Laundry Room

12 Tips for Improving or Creating a Better Laundry Room

What are the 6 key things that are needed for a laundry room? And the 6 unique ways to improve your current laundry room.

Featured Lawn Care

Caring for Your Lawn: Basic Lawn Care Tips for Winter Season

It is very important that you make sure that your lawn is protected from frost, snow and diseases that the winter will bring with it. The frost makes your lawn vulnerable to easy damage. To help your lawn survive during the winter season, you must protect it from several winter conditions and take proper care of it.

Featured Pest Control

Everything You Need to Know About Mice Pest Control

The signs of a mice infestation, how to prevent it, and when to call on a professional mice pest control service.

Featured Ventilation

The Lung-Friendly Home: Modern Methods and Technologies for Pure Indoor Air

Another type of ventilation system, referred to as an air-to-air heat exchanger or energy recovery ventilator connects to existing forced air HVAC systems and uses fans to exchange stale indoor air with fresh air from outdoors.

Featured Nursery Room

How to Create a Functional and Comfortable Nursery Room

You will be changing many nappies during the day (and night), so a changing station that comprises of a raised surface on which to lie the baby while changing, as well as storage areas, is a big bonus. This will save you having to lie the baby on the floor or your bed. You will also have diapers, wet wipes and spare clothes ready at hand, to make the whole process that much easier.

Featured Garage

Garage Door Maintenance: 3 Simple Steps

To ensure that your garage door is working properly, frequent inspection, testing, and replacement of damaged parts is required.

Featured Plumbing and Wiring

5 Electrical Repairs that should be on Your DIY List

Some simple electrical repairs do not require you to call an electrician. But if you need to, we have you covered.

Featured Outdoor Structures

What We can Learn From San Francisco Architecture

When I was younger and looking for a summer job, I hired on with a landscaping company as a laborer. I have to say that I wasn’t particularly looking forward