Tips For A Successful Bathroom Remodeling Plan

Posted on: 7 September 2018
When you're looking for ways to increase the resale value of your home, remodeling the bathroom is a good place to start. There are many different ways to give your bathroom a whole new look, but the ultimate success of the project hinges on proper planning and execution. If you've been considering a bathroom remodel but you aren't sure where to start, here are some things to think about for a successful plan.
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Three Questions You May Have About Rain Chains

Posted on: 23 July 2018
If you have seen chains hanging from the gutters of your neighbor's homes and wondered what they are, the answer is that they are rain chains. These chains are designed to look beautiful and to offer you an alternative to the regular downspout, which isn't a great looking addition to the corners of your home. When you replace the downspout with a decorative rain chain, you will more than likely be much happier with the look you have achieved.
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3 Things Attracting Termites to Your Home

Posted on: 12 June 2018
From DIY pesticides and mouse traps to citronella candles, homeowners use numerous products to repel pests from their home. Unfortunately, some of these products are not as effective as you would expect. While surprising to hear, a few common elements around your home may appeal to certain pests, such as termites. Although small, termites can make a big impact on your home. Thankfully, helps is available. Here are a few things you may not realize are attracting termites to your house.
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Remove Your Old Kitchen Cabinetry To Reduce The Cost Of Kitchen Renovations

Posted on: 27 April 2018
Kitchen renovations are never cheap, but there are certain elements of the job that you can do on your own to reduce the cost. One thing you can do is remove the old kitchen countertops and cabinets to prepare the space for the new custom cabinets you're having installed. Here, you'll learn how to do just that. Think Safety! Safety should always be the first thing to consider when taking on any type of home improvement project.
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