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Bathroom Remodel On A Budget – Tips That Save You Money

March 28, 2013

If your old bathroom is worn down, tired and out-of-date, it is definitely the time to embark on a bathroom renovation project. However, not everyone is able to afford mosaic tiles, opulent faucets or new cabinets but there are lots of valuable guidelines, like ones found on http://www.sinksgallery.com/, which can save you money and reduce the overall costs of the renovation. Some of these …

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Cleaning, Remodeling and Staging Tips – How To Sell Your House

March 28, 2013

When it comes to selling your home there are some best kept secrets you should know that will catapult your listing to the top of the buyers' minds. There's more to your home make-over than simply just vacuuming and putting a sign up! Deciding what you would like to spend your time effort and resources on is the first big step to prepare your home …

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DIY Fixes Every Homeowner Needs to Know

January 22, 2013

Living in our own home is a dream for many; but when leaks, rust and decay begin to take over, this dream quickly turns into a nightmare.

It is our responsibility to maintain our home and keep everything in its proper order as a homeowner. Over time, normal wear and tear will damage the many working parts of our home. From leaky roofs to squeaky …

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5 Ways to Save Energy in The Winter

January 22, 2013

Winter has arrived which means that the cold weather is here to stay. There are a lot of things that you'll have to do to prepare for the winter season, but one of the most important things is planning for your energy savings. Here are five ways that you can conserve energy this winter and keep your money in your pocket:

  1. Use the sun when
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Essential Tips To Maintain Your Home’s Heating System

November 21, 2012

It is not uncommon for homeowners to dread their energy bills during the cold months of winter, especially those who live in extreme temperatures. However, if you know and practice some energy efficient steps, you can help lower the overall costs associated with your heating unit and improve your home's overall heating system. While some areas of improvement are able to be done yourself, others …

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Cost Effective Bathroom Upgrades

November 21, 2012

For anyone looking to improve their home, options are endless. New homeowners are often eager to give their home a personal touch. Home improvement can be quite expensive, requiring a lot of disposable cash or large lines of credit. However, many people today live on strict budgets and don't have financial room to deviate from basic living. Regardless of budget, there are simple things which …

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Remodeling Your Bathroom: Doing it Right

November 6, 2012

Are you doing a bathroom remodel? We have just the right tips to help you do it yourself and do it right. There is a lot of stress that can be involved in redoing your bathroom, including time consumption, financial costs, and safety issues. By following a few important tips you can help reduce the time, money, and danger of doing your home bathroom remodel.…

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Why Use Solar Generators For Backup Power At Home

September 20, 2012

If you are environmentally friendly or just want to install a backup power source; then you are looking into all of your choices for generators.  Solar power is the way to go, because of the effect it can have on your life personally!  Not only is it going to stop polluting the environment, but it will save you money on monthly bills!  There are so …

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes this Winter

September 20, 2012

Prevent Frozen Lines:

If you are wondering how to prevent your pipes from freezing over in the winter-time, you are not alone in the battle.  Repairs for rain gutters, frozen sprinkler lines, busted pipes, and all sorts of expensive disasters happen though the freezing snow.  Find ways to counteract this, prevent the breaks, and save that money come spring time.  You have better things to …

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DIY Kitchen Improvements on a Budget

August 7, 2012

If you are like me when it comes to money management, you are always looking to save money when it comes to anything in your life.  Whether it’s the interest rate that you pay for your mortgage or credit cards to any home improvements you want to accomplish.  I don’t have a lot of expendable cash due to my monthly mortgage payments, college tuition bills, …

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DIY Solar Panels – Should You, or Shouldn’t You?

July 24, 2012

There is a movement in America towards DIY, or ‘maker’ lifestyles. Many people are rediscovering traditional skills, from knitting and crocheting to carpentry and electronics. Some do it to save money, some do it to be more self-sufficient, some do it to slow down and gain a better sense of connection with the world.

Whatever the motivation, the effect is often a more sustainable way …

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