Renovations

The Best Ways to Use Natural Stone to Increase Home’s Value

Natural stone is one of the best ways to make your home look better and increase its resale value. The cost of natural stone can be somewhat higher when compared with other materials. However, in the long run, its beauty, longevity, and authentic appeal are completely unmatched. Natural stone won...

Upgrading the Bathroom to Sell Your Home Faster

Home-remodeling is an essential step you need to take before putting your house on the market. There are many factors that need to be considered in order to do so. To sell your home fast, there are certain tips and tricks that you can use to make it more appealing – one of those tips is to invest in...

It’s Better in the Shade: When to Prune Trees and Shrubs at Your Home

A mature tree in your home can increase your home’s value by between $1,000 to $10,000. Aside from the monetary gains, trees are beautiful, provide shade and a cleaner environment. However, dead or overgrown branches take away from a tree’s beauty and can even weaken the tree. This underscores...

More Bang for Your Buck: 10 of the Best Home Improvements to Boost Your Resale Value

As the massive DIY market heads toward the $14 billion mark, there’s no sign of it slowing down anytime soon. If you’re looking at the best home improvements for resale, you’ll find that there is a lot of potential to be gained from making small changes. Home upgrades don’t a...

5 Easy (And Cheap) Rental Property Improvements

Want to make your apartment more attractive to potential renters? Then you may want to spruce it up a bit. When making rental property improvements, it’s easy to focus on the costly things that need addressing. You might not be able to afford things like new siding or new carpeting, but there ...

The Top 5 Reasons You Need to Install a Security System in Your Home

Have you ever startled awake in the middle of the night, heart pounding? Did you just hear the door open, glass breaking, footsteps? Your kids are downstairs. If someone broke in, they’re in immediate danger. Do you call the police or go check on the kids first? What if there IS an intruder? W...

8 Inspiring Tips on How to Update Your Master Bedroom

Okay, I know what you’re thinking – a master bedroom upgrade ain’t got nothing on a kitchen or bathroom renovation, right? Wrong! This is your sanctuary. Where you connect with your partner. It should be a cozy retreat for you to fully enjoy. And plus, do you even know the differen...

Let the Beauty Flow: 8 Ways to Rock a Water Feature in Your Landscaping

Why is it that so many people want to travel to the Caribbean, the U.S. Virgin Islands, or other tropical destinations? How come oceanfront properties are so expensive? What is it about camping near a pond, waterfall, or river? Humans seem to thrive on proximity to water. It can make us calmer, more...

10 Front-of-House Landscaping Tips to Help You Sell Your House Fast

Did you know landscaping can add thousands of dollars to a home’s value? It’s no wonder that more homeowners are looking into ways to freshen up their landscape in time for spring. There’s no doubt that improving your home’s curb appeal adds to its value and helps to get it s...

7 Tell-Tale Signs of Bathroom Water Damage to Watch for Before Buying That New House

According to a 2018 study, about 40 percent of Americans consider buying a house to be the most stressful thing they’ll ever do in their lives. Additionally, about 45 percent of people admit that they feel nervous throughout the entire process of buying a home. And can you blame them? The...

Mo’ House, Mo’ Money: Here’s How Building a Garage Will Add Value to Your Home

Do you want to add some value to your home over the course of the next few months? There are dozens of different ways that you can go about doing it. You can bring the value of your home way up by improving your curb appeal, replacing windows and doors, or putting a new roof on your house. You can a...

Making the Switch: Here’s Why You Should Move from Traditional Lighting to LED

The average homeowner spends more than $104 on their electric bill each month. That’s more than $1,200 a year! The more you can lower your bill, the better. But what can you do? Upgrading to energy efficient appliances is expensive. And adding more insulation to your walls and attic doesn’t always i...

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