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June, 2013

  • 8 June

    Sea Shell Awnings are All the Rage

    Having an awning in place is a good way to prevent your home from absorbing a lot of heat. However, most people only have an awning that covers a front porch, and it has traditionally been difficult to install these energy saving options in areas that receive the most sun …

May, 2013

  • 24 May

    The Characteristics of Different Termite Species

    Termites are often called „silent destroyers” because by the time you find out they have taken shelter in your home, they are probably already thriving. It is common knowledge that wooden homes are perfect environments for termites. Nevertheless, this isn’t entirely true. All houses can provide cellulose food for termites …

  • 15 May

    5 Steps to Adding a Building to Your Garden

    5 Steps to Adding a Building to Your Garden

    Running out of space in your home appears to be a common problem. The usual solution is the cumbersome process of building an extension to your property. A much simpler and quicker solution is the installation of a summer house in your garden. Whether you want a separate area to …

April, 2013

  • 19 April

    Solar Screens: How a Small Home Addition Can Save Huge on Cooling Costs

    It may seem crazy that a simple mesh covering over your windows can be your biggest energy-saving home addition, but sometimes the most basic solutions can also be the best ones. Dallas solar screens may seem like a small-scale home improvement, but in the end, you will find that they …

March, 2013

  • 21 March

    6 Home Selling Tips 2013

    6 Home Selling Tips Good home selling tips include calculating the expenses for your home’s utility costs for the last twelve months and have that information out and accessible for real estate agents and home buyers who come to view your home.   The first impression of your home to …

January, 2013

  • 29 January

    Home Buying Tips: Staying Within Your Budget

    A home is often the biggest single investment that you will make in your lifetime. Shopping for your first home can be a heady experience; it’s easy to get carried away. While many people buy exactly what they can afford, it’s not unusual for people to be in over their …

  • 28 January

    Practical Tips to Avoid Getting Burgled

    Given the current economic climate, burglary is more common than ever in towns and cities around the UK, but it’s something that can easily be avoided by taking a few simple precautions. A stitch in time saves nine, as they say; spend a bit of time making sure your home …

  • 7 January

    Home Improvements with Personal Loans Guide 2013

    People looking to improve their homes usually start off small, and after a room is underway, they really get into it, wanting to improve other rooms to match. Kitchens and bathrooms can mount up and add a considerable sum to the bill, and with it being January some may be …

  • 5 January

    6 Most Exciting 3D TV’s of 2013

    As 2012 draws to a close, people are looking in three dimensions towards 2013, literally. As technology improves, more and more people are eagerly awaiting for the most exciting 3D TV that will hit the stores. More than just amusement, people want to experience the 3D vision experience. A lot …

December, 2012

  • 27 December

    How to Get Rid of an Old Sofa

    You new couch is going to look great in the living room, but if you are like most people you probably haven’t given much thought about what you are going to do with the old one. Although most furniture places will deliver your new sofa right to the door, there …

  • 12 December

    Buying Curtain Poles – Finding the Right One for Your Needs

    Curtain poles can make your windows look all the more attractive. The type you choose will depend to a large extent on the on the style of your curtains. As well as the type of pole you opt for, think about how you want to hang the curtains. You can …

November, 2012

  • 29 November

    Go Green with an Edible Garden

    Planting a vegetable garden is a great way to live an eco-friendly lifestyle. You can grow your own food, make sure it’s organic and cut down on food miles. The only issue is that many vegetable gardens just seem to consist of countless rows of green leaves. They are functional, …