Taking the Fun Underground—Four Basement Remodeling Ideas

Posted on: 21 September 2015

If you have a basement in your home that isn't getting that much use or needs an upgrade, this is a great time to expand the usable space and up your homes resale value. Depending on your lifestyle, there are quite a few options when it comes to basement remodeling. Here are four basement updates that might make your basement the favorite place to be in your home. 1. Studio Apartment
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Cooling A New Room With A Window Unit: Key Considerations

Posted on: 25 August 2015

Adding on a new room to your home is a great way to obtain more living space, but you might have concerns about how to keep it cool and comfortable. Of course, you could connect the space to your central air conditioner, but this might not be the best option. Installing a window unit is much less complicated and a task you can do yourself. This article examines some of the key considerations to keep in mind concerning cooling a new room with a window unit.
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The Advantages Of Having Exterior Solar Shades Installed In Your Home

Posted on: 31 July 2015

Exterior solar shades are commonly seen on the windows of retail businesses. These shades are mechanical and can be rolled up and down smoothly and quickly as needed. They are very beneficial because they help increase the security of the business by blocking the visibility of the inside of the building after business hours. Many homeowners are now having exterior solar shades installed on the windows of their homes as well.
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7 Landscaping Tips to Save Money and Work

Posted on: 14 July 2015

Saving money and having a beautiful yard are not mutually exclusive ideas. While it might call for some extra attention, there are many ways you can create and maintain a budget-friendly yard no matter how large or small.  Use Local Foliage. For the best results, focus on native plants and shrubs because these are the most likely to thrive in your own climate. They will require less maintenance, less fertilizer, and less pesticides to protect.
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