4 Ways Pests Can Enter Your Home

[ad_1] Look around your home (every inch) and there’s a good chance you’ll find a location where pests can enter. While getting your home ready for winter, you’ll want to take steps to prevent pests from entering the house as they flee cold weather. Here are four access points to seal before the onset of […]

How to Choose Antiques for Your Home

[ad_1] No matter how small a room is, antique furniture can instantly elevate its appearance. (DepositPhotos) There are lots of ways to transform your home using antiques. But before you begin shopping, it helps to know how to seamlessly add the right pieces to your home. Here are some tips to do just that! A […]

Tips to Stage a Home for Sale and Attract Buyers

[ad_1] Want to sell your home? Consider potential buyers’ preferences, update appliances and keep colors neutral. Staging a home is more complex than you might think. Homeowners are often told to tidy up when they’re staging their home, and most think that decluttering their rooms will be enough to wow a prospective buyer. Unfortunately, buyers […]

More People Are Renting Equipment to Improve Their Homes

[ad_1] Whether you can’t afford to buy the equipment or just lack space for it, there are many reasons why renting tools is convenient. (October 23, 2019) MOLINE, IL. — Nearly half of do-it-yourself homeowners expect to rely more on rental tools in the next year, according to a survey released by the American Rental […]

How to Protect Your Home from 4 Unexpected Disasters

[ad_1] Most homeowners know to prepare their homes for severe weather, like hurricanes and tornadoes. But it’s just as important to prepare for unexpected disasters. A major storm can do a lot of damage to a home in the blink of an eye, and your homeowners insurance may not cover all the repairs. That’s why […]

4 Tips to Declutter and Stylishly Organize Things

[ad_1] Ready to declutter? Get items off the floor and stylishly stored with these tips. (DepositPhotos) While you’re looking inside your home, you might notice there are books that have nowhere to go or clothes that seem to linger on the floor. If there are multiple people living in your home, it can be difficult […]

5 Pro Tips to Boost Your Home’s Resale Value

[ad_1] Focusing on the right areas can increase your home’s value and help you sell fast once it’s listed on the market. (DepositPhotos) Thinking of selling your home? Your best bet is to carefully devise a plan for a successful home sale. While everyone’s idea of success is different, most sellers would agree that they’d […]

5 Ways to Refresh Your Garage

[ad_1] For many homeowners, a garage is so much more than a place to park their car. That’s why it’s important to keep it clean and organized. Most folks focus on boosting their home’s curb appeal or renovating the kitchen when it’s time for improvements. But what about the garage? This space serves multiple purposes […]

Ep 31. Marble Wall Installations, Rusty Tub Drain, & Concrete Crumbling Concern

[ad_1] http://traffic.libsyn.com/todayshomeownerpodcast/TH_Podcast_ep_31.mp3 On this week’s podcast: • Listen for a number of tips to help install just about anything on a ceramic or cultured marble wall.• A homeowner has rust forming on the drain in her cast iron tub. How she can approach this problem. And:• What to do when you have some crumbling on […]

Trenching vs. Boring to Install Underground Utilities

[ad_1] Both trenching and boring have distinct advantages and disadvantages, so the decision of which to use will ultimately boil down to your budget and the layout of your property. (DepositPhotos) Before you hire a contractor to install underground utilities, you should know there are two primary ways to carve utility lines: trenching and directional […]

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