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What to do In Case of a Flood in Your Home

Leaving your water-damaged home sitting for any period only increases the damage done to your home. Tasks that need to be carried out after a hurricane may seem daunting, but it is critical that you take the initial steps as soon as possible. Over several years of working on restoration jobs due to water damage, […]

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How Renovation Is One Of The Best Way To Make Money In The Property Market

Investing in property is one of the best ways to make money from your investments. Real estate is one of the investment portfolios that is known to appreciate in value and this is what makes it a great investment option. The returns are also high when compared to other investment options such as treasury bonds […]

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Selling Your Home? Don’t Throw Your Money Away

When it comes to selling your home, everyone seems eager to offer plenty of tips and tricks for investments you can make to add thousands to the value of your property. It is all too easy to get carried away, though, and if you are not careful, you can end up ploughing more money in […]

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5 Ways to Save Money on Home Improvement

When thinking of home improvement, most owners dream of exciting projects like painting, re-flooring, or installing new cabinets. However, there are several projects that you want to put at the top of your list. While they may not be the most exciting, they offer the greatest return on investment. Not only do they save you […]

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The Basic DIY Toolkit

Moving into a home that you’ve signed on the dotted line for is exciting. Finally you can do whatever your heart desires with walls and furnishings. No more landlords to prescribe to you! The downside is that you are now responsible for all the not-so-nice jobs, like fixing leaking pipes, replacing washers and repairing broken […]

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Top 4 Ways to Add Value to Your Home

When it comes to selling your home getting the best possible sale price is always the aim and this takes time and effort, whether it’s a booming market or a tough one. There are always simple ways to add value to your home, whether you are thinking of selling now or in the future. Here […]

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Understanding the Kitchen Triangle

Get the best out of your kitchen by optimizing your workspace Unless you are a professional chef or caterer, you probably haven’t given a lot of thought to how much influence the layout of your kitchen has on your quality of life. The truth is your kitchen is the busiest room in your house. In […]

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Don’t DIY: Remodeling Projects You Should Hire Out

According to a survey by the US National Safety Council and 3M TEKK Protection, 26 percent of homeowners completing DIY projects injure themselves or someone in their household during the process. Avoid becoming a DIY statistic by refusing to tackle projects out of your range of expertise. While DIY projects can save you money from […]

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4 Repairs Every Renter Should Know How to Do

Regardless of whether you rent or own a property, here are four repairs that are useful to know how to do yourself. As a renter/tenant it is important to know what is and is not your responsibility in your rental space.  Generally, landlords are required to fix anything that makes a space uninhabitable. This means […]

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Period Properties May Become the Luxury Homes of the Future

By the year 2030, period properties might be the preserve of the rich. Rising fuel prices will mean that a household in an older property will need a minimum annual income of £100,000 ($166,000 USD)* to stay out of fuel poverty (which is defined by a household needing to spend more than 10 per cent […]

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