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11 Basic Tools for Homeowners

11 Basic Tools for Homeowners

Tools Every Homeowner Should Have You can save money on home maintenance costs when you take care of minor problems yourself, but you will need the right tools for the task. Working on appliances, furniture, and other components in your home without the proper tools...

Home Plumbing Problems You Should Never Ignore

Home Plumbing Problems You Should Never Ignore

As a homeowner, it's important to keep an eye out for possible leaks and other plumbing issues. If you are attentive, you’ll notice early warning signs and have time to correct problems without much damage or inconvenience. There are other times when plumbing fails...

4 Tips for Grill Safety to Follow This Summer

4 Tips for Grill Safety to Follow This Summer

This summer, families across the country will host cookouts. Grilling food is a great way to bring people together and enjoy the outdoors. Cooking outside also helps your home stay cool by keeping the heat from meal preparation out of your house. Pay attention to...

5 Signs of Mold in the Home

5 Signs of Mold in the Home

Mold in your home is a nuisance. Not only is it a health hazard, but it also looks unsightly and smells bad. Even worse, it can damage your home's structure and your belongings. Unfortunately, sometimes it's hard to detect the presence of mold. Here are five warning...

6 Steps to Buying Your First Home

6 Steps to Buying Your First Home

Buying a house might be the biggest financial investment that you'll ever make. The process can be intimidating for first-time homebuyers, so use these steps as a guide to buying your first home. What to Do When Buying Your First Home 1) Hire the Right Agent In the...

What Type of Home Water Filter is Right for You?

What Type of Home Water Filter is Right for You?

In shopping for a water filter, make sure the type of filter you choose is effective for the contaminants specific to your water. Request a water report from your utility company to better understand the condition of the water. This guide to the types of home water...

Four Tips for Decluttering Your Home

Four Tips for Decluttering Your Home

Decluttering Your Home Reduces Stress Decluttering your home will make finding things easier and reduce your stress level. However, knowing where to begin is often overwhelming. Do you start with the tower of papers on your counter or your overstuffed bedroom closet?...

4 Ways to Maximize the Benefits of a Pre-Listing Home Inspection

4 Ways to Maximize the Benefits of a Pre-Listing Home Inspection

Ordering a property inspection is usually a step completed by the potential buyer in the home-buying process. However, a seller can also order a pre-listing home inspection before ever putting the home on the market. After learning more about these benefits, you'll...

What You Should Do If Your House Has Elevated Radon Levels

What You Should Do If Your House Has Elevated Radon Levels

You Might Wonder If Your House Has Elevated Radon Levels January is National Radon Action Month, so it's time to find out if your house has elevated radon levels. This article explains why radon is a threat and what to do about it. What is Radon? If you know what...

Guide to Help Heat Your Home Efficiently

Guide to Help Heat Your Home Efficiently

If you think you are paying too much for your heating bills, it’s time to look at the way you are heating your home. The following is a simple guide to help heat your home efficiently so you can reduce the amount you spend on your utility bills. Try out these four...

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