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  • Caulk 101: Your Guide to Buying and Using Caulk  By : James Monahan
    Caulk is useful stuff, it can be used to decorate or repair and, at the same time, it seals and protects.
  • How To Choose Awnings For Your Home or Business  By : John Morris
    Before, awnings just served as protection from the sun and rain for houses. But now, awnings are included as part of a house's or building's architecture not only for its primary purpose, but also to add charm and create a statement.
  • Five Types of Nails And What They Are Used For  By : Gregg Hall
    If you’ve ever gotten confused over nails in your hardware department store then you’re not alone. Nails are used in a variety of materials for projects such as masonry and wood, which are two of the most common materials.
  • Home Air Purifiers Can Save You Big Money  By : Sam Smith
    Interested in purchasing a new air purification system for your home. Many families are doing this currently and enjoy the clean air they breathe. However the costs associated with buying a purifier can seem prohbitive. However in the long run a family will easily save the cost of the purifier and more.
  • Is Your Home’s Door Safe?  By : Charles Kassotis
    Check and update your front door to make your family feel safe.
  • Furnace Buying Tips  By : John Morris
    Choosing a furnace for your home is not difficult. The following list are features that you may want to look for when buying your furnace.
  • Six Easy Steps For Choosing An Air Purifier  By : Lukas Rathswohl
    A simple and straightforward way to selecting the right air purifier for cleaner air.
  • When to Buy Air Cleaners For Your Home  By : Gary Wells
    Consider these reasons for buying air cleaners for your living space.
  • How To Detect Water Leaks  By : John Morris
    Rapid world population growth and lifestyle change contributes to the increased demand for water by mankind. Additionally, low level rainfall in some parts of the world, slowed the replenishment of water supply...
  • Fireproof Safes - For A Safer Future  By : John Morris
    Without enough protection and safety measures, a fire in your home (or business) could be the most devastating tragedy you will ever experience. Nowadays, people have come to realize that it is best to equip their homes and offices with fire protective gadgets and devices such as fire exits and fire alarms...
  • 5 Easy Things You Can Do To Improve Home Security Right Now  By : Jim Johnson
    Oftentimes when thinking about improving home security, many people start immediately focusing on electronic devices like security systems, alarms, cameras, and so forth.
  • Canopy Buying Tips  By : John Morris
    Homeowners sometimes find that their homes are built such that some windows or doors directly face where sunlight and heat are at a maximum. Excessive exposure to the sun is also a concern for decks, the house entrance and patios for specific seasons...
  • Essential Gutter Maitenance Tips  By : John Morris
    It is important to periodically monitor the overall condition of a home. Wear and tear as a result of weather and age occurs in every home, and it is wise to take care of problems before they lead to extensive and costly repairs...
  • Why You Need An Air Filter in Your Home  By : Peter Bishop
    An air filter, which is found in air purifier units, is quickly becoming a must-have accessory among homeowners. These products are used in every room of the house, including the living room, bedroom and anywhere else that clean air is desired.
  • Proper Inspection & Maintenance For Your Water Heater  By : Peter Bishop
    A water heater is a necessary part of any household. In fact, heating water is one of the largest energy consumers in your home.
  • Building Saunas – 5 Tips On How To Build Your Own Sauna  By : Mike Singh
    So you want to build your own sauna do you? Planning to turn your bathroom into a glorious sauna that you can come home and relax in? Find out more ...
  • Improve Your Kitchen with an Island  By : John Morris
    Kitchen islands contribute to a more efficient and comfortable kitchen. This is actually a practice done way in the past. It is said that during the medieval times, an ordinary kitchen really did have large worktables for preparation work.

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  • Make Home Heating Costs More Affordable  By : Ben Franklin
    While keeping off every light in the house may help for a while, there are more logical steps that can be taken to fight back against heating costs that are too high in a home.
  • Bamboo Wood Flooring is an Economical Option to Hardwood  By : Terry Baeseman
    The fact of the matter is bamboo wood flooring is an economical option to hardwood and provides the same quality with its beautifully prefinished designs. It is also environmentally friendly and provides you with many options in the texture of the wood that you can select.
  • The Benefits of Asphalt Shingles  By : Jessica Deets
    Asphalt shingles are durable, efficient, and economic, and add value to your home. With dozens of colors, textures, and styles, there are even asphalt shingles that look like cedar, tiles, or slate. With so much variety, your roof can be as unique as your imagination. Changing the style of your shingles can make your house a one-of-a-kind in your neighborhood.
  • Portable Air Conditioners - Pros and Cons  By : Tatyana Turner
    Portable air conditioners have become very popular in recent years. Many people use them even if they have a central system because portable A/C can provide excellent cooling for a significantly lower cost. Find out about the pros and cons of a mobile A/C unit and if one could work for you.
  • Weathervanity  By : John Morris
    People don't think that it's important, but the appearance of your house outside is just as vital as the interior decorations. When you bring people to your house, the first thing they will see is the outside appearance...
  • Simplify And Beautify Your Kitchen With A Pot Rack  By : Tom Sample
    Be honest in your assessments of what you will use and what will collect dust.
  • Glass Shower Doors Are A Brilliant Alternative  By : Tom Sample
    Depending on bathroom size and design, shower doors can be simply functional, yet beautiful or they can make a statement in a room.
  • The Residential Mail box Makeover  By : Julien Raynal
    There are many types of different residential mail boxes. The traditional standard mail box is a black metal rectangle with a curved top, a flap closing the mail hutch and a red flag; standard post office required dimensions.
  • Affordable Kitchen Makeovers  By : Julien Raynal
    If you are tired of your kitchen look, there are affordable ways to give your kitchen a new look or makeover. You can add a new coat of paint, or retile the floors.
  • Remodeling Projects That Add Value  By : David Maillie
    We would all like to spruce up our homes, but not all remodeling projects are equal or even close when it comes to resale value. Here's what works from the resale experts.
  • Find Joy in Your Photos Again  By : Christine Sutton
    Photographs are intended to bring us joy. Instead most people feel anything but joy when it comes to their photographs. Most people feel challenged, frustrated, and overwhelmed by their photographs! Here are some simple steps to get control over your photograph collection.
  • Tips For Easier Wallpaper Removal  By :
    While it is a hassle to remove, most people’s real fears center around damaging the wall while stripping the paper. It’s true. You can. I’ve spent as much time repairing that damage. There is no reason that it has to happen, though. Once you understand what is really happening below the surface, wallpaper removal becomes quite simple. Let me talk you through it.
  • Get More Out Of Less With Space Saving Shelving  By : Ben Franklin
    If you want to make a garage or closet yield a better organizational system, there are a number of steps that should be taken before shelves are brought in.

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