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Archive for January, 2013

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DIY or Call a Contractor? Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Start

The home improvement industry is thriving again, despite the sluggish economy of the past few years.  But with a greater focus on saving money, many homeowners are moving more in the direction of do-it-yourself projects rather than hiring a remodeling contractor.  That's on reason why the big-box stores like Home ...

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Increase Your Home’s Value With Gutters

Exterior home improvement projects continue to be among the top picks in terms of maximizing home value in proportion to expense.  Outdoor upgrades not only add value to your home, but they increase its curb appeal as well, a definite plus if you're considering putting your home on the market.  ...

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Window Upgrades Deliver Several Benefits

Are you looking for practical way to increase your home’s value? If you are, replacing your windows may be the way to go. When you upgrade your windows, you give your home a makeover, lower your energy costs, and add market value. Lower Energy Bills Heating and cooling their homes ...

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Vinyl Siding Looking Dull? Here’s How to Clean It Properly

Perhaps spring home maintenance is far from your mind right now with the snow covering the ground, but believe it or not, in just a few months the warmer season will be here, and those exterior "honey do" lists will come out.  Now could be a good time to start ...

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Understanding EnergyStar Window Ratings and Savings

Something everyone has in common these days is the desire to save money. Homeowners can do this by upgrading their old, single-pane windows to EnergyStar-rated double- or triple-pane windows. Savings Modern windows can save over $450 in energy spending per year. This is especially true for areas which suffer from ...

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Adding Curb Appeal Can Help Sell Your Home Faster

With the housing and foreclosure crisis, there are a lot of vacant or soon-to-be vacant properties on the market.  If you're listing your home, you most likely have plenty of competition, because the housing bust affected homes of all price levels, in most areas, from high-end homes in exclusive gated ...

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