Winter is coming and it’s important to prepare your yard for the cold months ahead. Taking these steps towards winterizing your yard can help prevent damage to your grass, ugly curb appeal and more.
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Here are a few ways to get that new look you’ve been waiting for without breaking the bank!
Making your home look great and keeping it fresh calls for a budget strategy like anything else in your financial life. With the right approach, you won’t be overwhelmed when it’s time for nesting.
With the Winter season approaching in as little as 4 months, there are tips everyone can follow to take advantage of energy bill savings.
How much should you expect to spend? Landscapingnetwork.com says a $15,000 budget is fairly common for sprucing up an average size front yard.
Two common questions come to mind — “Which project will give me the biggest payback when I sell my home?” and “How do I afford this home improvement?”
Either severe weather or just the passage of time can and will take the greatest toll on your roof. Here’s what to do about it.
Many home-improvement projects will be expensive—even more than Going To The Supermarket Hungry expensive. Seriously, if you don’t plan in advance, you might discover your money runs out before the project…
Gutters are an important part of your home’s structure: They direct water away from your home’s exterior walls, windows, doors, and foundation, preventing water from making its way inside. Unfortunately,…
Installing a Programmable Thermostat If you’ve still got an old mercury thermostat, it’s hard to remember to adjust it when you leave the house or go to bed. Electronic programmable…