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8 Ways To Lower Your Water Bill This Summer

When the temps rise, so does water usage. And that means a larger impact on areas that are already struggling with drought conditions, not to mention the impact on your wallet, regardless of where you live. “Summer’s rising temperatures often … Continue reading

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Get Your Home Summer Ready Now Before It Gets Scorching

Do you live in a part of the country that’s still dealing with sub-zero temps? Maybe you’re lucky enough to be in that in-between place where you don’t have to run your heater or your air conditioning – for at … Continue reading

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Death And Taxes: Not Always Inevitable

Question. My husband recently died of a massive heart attack, leaving me a widow at a young age. I was thrust into a new life status that was not my choice or my desire. I believe I am being penalized … Continue reading

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Is Your Home A Burglar Magnet?

The thought of a home break-in is terrifying, but are you doing everything you can to prevent one? You might be making critical mistakes that make your home a burglar magnet, or, at least failing to take advantage of easy … Continue reading

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Follow These Steps Before Starting Your Kitchen Remodel

If your kitchen is looking a bit dated, consider a remodel to upgrade its efficiency and looks. Here’s a quick guide to planning your kitchen update. “Click here to read.”

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8 Clever Ways To Zone Off Space In An Open Floor Plan

We’ve fallen for open-plan living in recent years. After all, not many of us have a formal room just for company anymore. And with modern building materials, we don’t necessarily need every room to have four walls to keep it … Continue reading

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10 Home Hacks To Implement In The New Year

We are always looking for ideas to make our lives easier and our home function better, and there are some great hacks out there that can help. We have curated a top ten list for the New Year. (Click here … Continue reading

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Stylish Trends For Modern Holiday Décor

If your idea of holiday decor still centers around popcorn on a string and ornaments that have seen better days, it may be time for an upgrade. Today’s hottest holiday decor trends offer modern hues and styles that allow you … Continue reading

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Selling Your Home For The Holidays? Don’t Be A Curb Appeal Scrooge

Thanksgiving means turkey and all the trimmings and family get-togethers and football and the Macy’s parade and eating until you can’t breathe. It also means you’re going to be seeing your neighbors up on ladders in the next few days … Continue reading

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Solutions To Saving Money On Your Next Move

Buying a house and moving in is gonna cost you. There’s no way around it. Right? Well, actually, there may just be a way to make it not quite so painful. A willingness to negotiate and put in a little … Continue reading

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