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by Sookie
2 months ago
Folding Attic Stairs - Enter the Attic Safely - Even With Small Openings

Older style houses used to have almost an entire floor that was known as the attic space.  There would be this huge door basically on the ceiling of the second floor that you pulled down and basically just hopped up the stairs. Although there are still homes like...

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by intellifax175
2 months ago
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How Much Does it Cost to Finish a Basement?

You must be probably asking yourself how much it will cost to finish your basement if you are just starting out on the project. While this is a valid question for any home owner, it is important to mention that just like any other project, the cost...

Home & Garden
by Sookie
3 months ago
Porch Enclosure System Kits - Add a Sunroom with No Digging Involved

Depending on where you live the weather can get nasty in the winter.  With rain, sleet, snow and more it can put a lot of strain on an uncovered entrance.

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
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3 Tips for Removing Mold in Your Home

Mold is just not disgusting to look at, but it can bring about sickness and diseases to you and your family. Exposure to mold can make you more likely to get colds, breathing complications, nasal troubles, and sinus blockage. It can also cause sore throats and skin...

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
Can You Save Money Doing Your Own Home Electrical Wiring?

Seeking the services of an electrical contractor for your home electrical wiring can be quite expensive depending on your particular needs and your budgetary allocations. Thus, if you want to save money when wiring your home, you might as well consider doing it yourself. Below...

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
Basement Design Ideas to Enhance Your Living Space

One of the primary functions of a basement is to bring get some additional space, efficiency and add value to your home. It is therefore imperative that your basement designs be in such a way that the basement will be as versatile as possible when it is...

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
Do I Need a Building Permit to Finish My Basement?

To answer this question out rightly, yes, you do need a permit whether you are finishing a basement from scratch or remodeling a basement that is already in existence. The disadvantages of finishing a basement without a permit far outweigh the advantages (if any). There are...

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
5 Reasons Why Basement Waterproofing is Essential

It goes without saying that the foundation of your house depends on a strong basement. Waterproofing is therefore essential as it prevents water from penetrating to your basement, an action that can lead to structural damage or total collapse of the drywall. Below is a detailed look...

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by intellifax175
9 months ago
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8 Tips on How to Frame a Basement

Compared to finishing your unfinished basement, framing basement walls is relatively cheap and an excellent way to make the extension of your living space lively. However, you need to get the basics right if you want to have an end result that is not only attracting to...

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by Shar On
9 months ago
Renovating - Unexpected Costs and Tips Involved with Old Kitchens Part 1

If you enjoy creating something new out of old then this article may interest you. Renovating the kitchen does take a lot of work. Learn how to renovate an old kitchen. How to make new kitchen drawers. How to strip paint from old cupboards

Home & Garden
by Shar On
9 months ago
Renovating: Should I Paint or Tile The Old Kitchen Walls Part 2

Tiling or painting your home can be a daunting prospect, although you will never know what you can do if you don't try. Tiling your kitchen walls will brighten the kitchen up. Plus it will add value to your home.

Home & Garden
by HLesley
11 months ago
Adventures in Wallpapering: A Do It Yourself Guide

Learn some interior decorating tips by sharing my wallpapering experiences.

Home & Garden
by Leigh Goessl
11 months ago
Avoiding Post-Disaster Repair Scams

"Storm chasers" are people who seek to get work, but end up ripping consumers off. They either don't deliver the services promised or they ask for payment before starting work and then go MIA, taking the cash with them.

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by Sookie
1 year ago
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How to Paint Interior Wrought Iron Railings on the Cheap

When we purchased this house, we had a lot of work to do and a limited budget.  There were many larger items that had to be addressed such as the furnace all the way to the bathroom fixtures.  When it came to decorating, we basically took off all the 80s wallpaper and borders (which took a long time!) and painted.

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by dashboardc33
1 year ago
Get Rid of Clutter In Your Home

Clutter in your home can be a nightmare.  It may make you feel like claustrophobic and give you OCD as though you need to clean all the time.  It may be hard to relax and enjoy your life with all the clutter around here.  These are some great tips to get rid of clutter in your home.

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by Sookie
1 year ago
How to Fix Burnt Carpet - 5 Ways to Avoid Replacing Entire Room

You may wonder just how a carpet suffers burns.  Well it can happen quite easily, and the problem is, no matter how small the burn, it stands out like a sore thumb!

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by LPerry
1 year ago
Magnetized Ceiling Register Air Deflector Models For AC Or Heat

Being able to deflect your AC or heat with an easy-to-use magnetized air deflector makes your home more comfortable and versatile.

Home & Garden
by Sudocream
1 year ago
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Invisible Burglar Bars For Your Home

Transparent burglar bars giving you uninterrupted view from your window yet just as strong as regular metal bars! I discuss the latest in security for your home with the installation of polycarbonate bars that are affordable, insurance approved, maintenance free and invisible!

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by Adam A.
1 year ago
Just Who Needs a $200 Hammer Anyway?

An in depth look at the upper echelon of hammers.

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by Chris
1 year ago
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Change Your Toilet Seat Change Your Life

This morning I was listening to a speech by Jack Canfield called 'The Secret Formula For Success.' The highlights of the talk are to make a list of one-hundred things that you want to accomplish before you die, make a list of things in your home that irritate you, and then write my goals with an end date.

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