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Best Way to Create a Renovation Plan for your New Home

You just purchased a new home and you already have a laundry list of items that you want to update or replace. While it’s totally normal to want to make this home your own, it’s important to make sure you have a solid plan for how you are going to carry out these renovations. A plan will help you stay on time, on your budget, and will help keep your stress level low during the renovations!

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How To Design The Backyard Of Your Dreams

The front of your home may be the showpiece of your landscape, but the back yard is where the entertaining happens. It is all your own, a sanctuary for relaxation, entertaining, and play. Why shouldn’t you take your backyard from blah to breathtaking? Having a place to entertain family and friends or even to sit and enjoy a good book is a must, especially when the weather is nice! Here are our top tips when planning your perfect outdoor space:

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11 Easy Ways To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

These days everyone is looking for ways to help the environment, but the issue is that most people don’t even know where to start. People have the right intentions but sometimes are not quite sure how to execute them. Here are some of the steps to improving your home and make it overall more energy efficient. Adopting some ecologically friendly products and energy-saving techniques can dramatically lower energy bills and improve indoor air quality while helping the environment.

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Seven Things You Should Deep Clean This Spring

“Spring Cleaning” is something we all hear about, but how do you make sure your cleaning is done in the most efficient way? With spring weather comes a few responsibilities. Getting everything deep cleaned right after winter is a must and we have a few tips to help you get the most of out of your spring cleaning this year!

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Moving Tips During Wintertime

The winter is not necessarily the best time to move, but it can be less miserable with a few pointers. Most Americans choose to move between May and September, and the winter is notoriously slow for apartment hunting – which means you’re more likely to get a great deal on an apartment and save on your moving costs during wintertime.

Obviously, the downside to moving into your new place in winter is that you deal with the cold weather. Even if the sun is beating down all week, a sudden blizzard might pop up just as you’re pulling away in your car. Here are a few cold weather moving tips for a safe transition from old to new:

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