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Remodeling Your Home Can Boost Its Value


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Remodeling Your Home Can Boost Its Value

While my wife and I loved our home at first, after a few years, we started craving a change in scenery. We thought about remodeling it to see if that would give us the change we were looking for, but we worried that if we were still bored of our home after the remodeling project, we would have just "wasted" our money before putting it on the market. That mentality changed when we learned that some home remodeling projects can boost the value of your home greatly and even help it sell more quickly after it is put onto the market! We soon had our kitchen upgraded and a few other changes to our home and found out that it really was the change we were craving. I learned a lot about home renovations during the remodeling process, so I decided to create a blog to share my tips on!

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Shingle Roof Damage Symptoms To Watch For

As a new homeowner, learning how to recognize shingle damage on your roof is important. If you overlook the early signs of damage, you'll risk roof leaks and water damage in the house. Since many new homeowners are unfamiliar with those warning signs, it's in your best interest to educate yourself about it. Here's a look at some of the things you should know as you evaluate the condition of your home's shingle roof for the first time. Read More 

Starting A Construction Business? Why You Should Rent Your Equipment

Starting a construction business can be a very lucrative venture.  If you're willing to put in the time to get the clients and the contracts, you could find yourself with a very successful enterprise on your hands.  However, the first step to getting your company off the ground is securing your equipment.  Unless you have a good amount of loose capital, you might think there's no way that you'll be able to afford the equipment. Read More 

Stay Warm This Winter And Save Money With A Ductless Heat And Cooling System

Winter weather means your HVAC unit will run more to keep you and your family warm, which means higher electric bills. Fortunately, you can install a ductless heating and cooling system to keep you and your family comfortable and save money. Below is some more information about this so you can decide if this would be right for your home. Ductless Heating and Cooling As the name implies, no duct system is required with a ductless heat and cooling system. Read More 

Not Willing To Stop Cooking To Save Your Septic Tank? What Are Your Options?

If you're an avid chef or baker in a home with a septic system rather than a sewer hookup, you may have frequently been subjected to lectures about the potentially negative impact your food scraps, bacon grease, and even activated yeast can have on your plumbing and septic tank. For those unwilling (or unable) to shell out for a sewer hookup but who can't live without their garbage disposals, what options exist? Read More 

4 Ways To Hanndle Emergency Plumbing Situtions Until Your Plumber Arrives

Emergency plumbing situations can occur at any time. This is why it's important to have an emergency plumber's number saved into your contacts so that you can call them at any given time. In the meantime, here's what you should do while waiting for your plumber to arrive: Shut Off the Water: First off, you need to shut off the main water supply to your home if you are dealing with an overflowing plumbing appliance, especially if it's a leak coming from your plumbing pipes. Read More