Whether you are a home owner or looking to own a home in the future, preparing your home in between seasons is an important step to take. Now that fall is officially here, it's time to make sure you stay warm and cozy during those dark nights. The steps listed below will help your home stay energy efficient throughout the season and protect your beloved investment for years to come. From DIY projects to calling your local repair man these are a few of our energy effient ways to get ready for winter!
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Looking to shake things up in 2018? Making health and wellness resolutions is great, but don’t forget about the space you live in every day. Revamping your living areas can restart your mood and jumpstart some creative ideas. From DIY projects to some feng shui decorating tips, we combined some fun ideas to get you started on the right path!
The tiny home movement has inspired people from around the globe to go green and adopt a simpler lifestyle.
Fall isn't just about Pumpkin Spice Lattes. It's about campfires, s'mores, cute long sleeves and lots of relaxing outdoors. The humidity is gone, and it's time to get some fresh air! Check out some of these DIY projects that will bring excitement, warmth and atmosphere to your fall hangouts - backyard, deck or patio area. DIY projects are what make the weekends fun, right!? Depending on the project…
There are few things more exciting and nerveracking than moving into a new house. Whether you are buying your first home or moving to a new place, amidst all fo the nerves and stress, there in unmistakeable excitement about everything you want to do as soon as you move in. Improvements you want to make, paint you want on the walls, or just the excitement of wanting to get all your furniture inside so you can start making the place your own. As badly as you may want to, it can be very difficult ot get it all done in one big haul especially if you've accumulated things over the years. So, let's talk about the things you can do right away that start to make your house feel like home.
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