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Which Should You Renovate First? Kitchen or Bathroom?

Many homeowners have renovations nestled amongst their future plans. The two focal areas, which can really make a house feel more like a dream home, are the kitchen and the bathroom. When executed intelligently, they can completely change the feel of a home, and the way you interact with it. Expert renovations can have significant ripple effects on improving your general quality of life. But which one should you tackle first? The kitchen or bathroom? There are many factors to consider befo...
Tags: Kitchen, Fashion, Home Decor, Bathroom, In The Kitchen, Home Renovation, Homeowner, Home Life, Home Repairs, Kitchen Renovation, Home Reno, Home Renovations, Bathroom Renovation, Renovate


How To Renovate Your Home On A Budget

How much does home improvement and renovation cost? Is it worth it? Estimating renovation costs is the most essential part of any renovation project. In this process, you should consider the size of the room, possible problems that might arise, the cost of materials, and the labor fees. This article is made to help people like you understand how much goes into the home renovation cost . You can find useful information from the most popular renovation projects that you can use for your ...
Tags: Fashion, Renovation, Home Renovation, Renovations, Home Life, Home Repairs, Home Repair, Home Remodel, Home Reno, Home Renovations, Renovating, Air Conditioning HVAC, Renovation Project, Renovate


How to Remove Screws With Stripped Heads

It’s a novice carpenter’s worst nightmare: you’re trying to tighten or remove a screw, and you find the head is stripped. You press the screwdriver or drill bit into the head and try to turn, but there’s no friction. Try throwing a little back into your screw twists, and if that fails, try these stripped screw removal…
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7 Tips To Get Your Home Summer-Ready

Summer is just around the corner, and your home can be ready for the heat and fun of this season if you put some essential tasks on your to-do list. When it’s warm and sticky outside, you can tackle some projects to keep your home looking great and feeling cool inside. Here are the best ways you can get your house ready for the summer season this year with a little spring cleaning. Clean Your Gutters The summer season means lots of thunderstorms and occasional downpours. Before the...
Tags: Fashion, Home Decor, Home Maintenance, Home Renovation, Homeowner, Home Life, Home Repairs, Home Owner, Home Renovations


5 immutable laws of real estate

You’ve probably heard of Newton’s laws of motion, the laws of thermodynamics and Murphy’s law, but do you know what the laws of real estate are? Jay Thompson outlines these unyielding truths that agents will fully relate to here.
Tags: Opinion, Radio, Agent, Newton, Murphy, Home Value, Select, Home Repairs, Jay Thompson, Laws Of Real Estate


Why Is Your Pressure Washer Losing Pressure?

Pressure washers are great for doing outdoor cleaning projects in no time. This handy tool can get rid of paint stains, dirt, debris, and grime for the side of your home, concrete, car and other outdoor surfaces. However, in order to achieve total cleanliness, it is vital that your pressure washer is in the correct working condition. Thus, if you are thinking of purchasing a pressure washer, it is vital to know some of the common problems that the unit is likely to encounter. This inc...
Tags: Fashion, PSI, Homeowner, GPM, Home Life, Home Repairs, Pressure Washer, Home Owner, Home Renovations, Pressure Washing


The A to Z of Home Repairs

Being a homeowner ain’t all it’s cracked up to be! There are tons of home repairs that you are required to do, even if you’re the most fashionable housewife on the block! Here are just a few of the most important home repairs, from A to Z! Air Conditioning If you live in a hot climate or prefer a cool temperature for your home’s interiors, chances are that you have an air conditioning system. But if this starts playing up, you’ll quickly become overheated and uncomfortable within your own ...
Tags: Fashion, Home Ownership, Bush, Home Life, Home Repairs, Home Repair, Home Owner, Home Owners, Household Tips, House Maintenance, Circuit Breakers Sometimes


Tips For Hiring An Air Conditioner Repairing Professional

  When any of our electronic appliances act funny, the first thing that we’d want to do is get it fixed. If you search on the internet, you’d find thousands of agencies providing repair services. The question is- how would you be able to figure which one to hire? Denver AC repair can be easy if you do a little bit of research before hiring an expert. Here are some of the tips you should read through before you hire a professional for repairing your air conditioner. Get familiar with your a...
Tags: Fashion, Air Conditioning, Repair, Denver, Air Conditioner, Home Life, Home Repairs, Home Owner


An Insider's Look at Santa's House

When Santa claimed his home on Zillow, updated the home's facts, and uploaded photos and a video walkthrough, we wanted to learn more about his house. We tracked down the people in charge of Santa's remodel - interior designer Marian Bright and general contractor Doug Fir - and asked them to spill the details. What motivated you to take on this project? Marian Bright (MB): Santa is synonymous with the holiday season. He has inspired people around the world to change their home decor for at lea...
Tags: Holidays, Radio, Santa Claus, Santa, Decorating, Zillow, Norad, Teddy Roosevelt, Doug, Mrs Claus, United States Department of Defense, Santa s House, Unique Homes, Home Repairs, Doug Fir, Best of 2016


Home Life: 3 Tips For Repairing Your Garage Door

Owning a home can be quite an accomplishment but it can also prove to be quite a challenge. It seems that no matter how often you care for your home or work on it as to prevent mishaps from happening, something always goes wrong at the most inopportune time. If you are lucky enough to own a home with a garage, you may have invested in a garage door opener. Perhaps you spend a great deal of time in your garage and use the door a lot. It is without a doubt that over time your garage door will de...
Tags: Fashion, Brisbane, Doors, Garage Doors, Home Life, Home Repairs, Home Repair


Home Repair And Plumbing Services For Torrance Residents

If you once lived in an apartment building and then made the transition to your very own home, you can probably appreciate its many benefits. These include the sense of independence, the ability to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Deals, HVAC, Home Repairs, Everything Matters, Home Owners


7 Things You NEED To Know When Changing A Garbage Disposal

Whenever something breaks around the house, I can feel cash just flying out of my wallet. Paying someone with the knowledge to fix a specific appliance or object in a home can cost close to $100 an hour. But when my garbage disposal broke, I knew I was going to be able to replace it myself. It didn’t look that complicated and I knew I had a reference with experience as my neighbor just replaced his. I was doing dishes, and simply putting some small food scraps from dinner down the disposal when...
Tags: Home, Diy, Saving Money, Marketing, Don, Phillips, Home Repairs


4 Signs You May Have Mold in Your Home

No one wants to think about the presence of mold in their home. However, it occurs in more household areas than you may think. There are over 100,000 known types of mold. For people with respiratory problems, poor immune systems, or allergies, being exposed to it is potentially dangerous. You can determine if mold possibly exists in your house through most of your senses. Learn what the warning signs are before mold takes over your home and your health. The Naked Eye Image via Flickr  by iBj...
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How to Decorate Simply for the Holidays (With Big Impact)

You may have dreams of decorating your home like it’s a display window at a fancy department store, but then reality strikes: You’ve still got gift shopping and wrapping to do, holiday parties to attend and host … not to mention your everyday life to live. Don’t get overwhelmed. Go for intentional minimalism. Some years, less is more. Simple decor can still have a big impact - not the least of which is relieving you of some holiday hustle and bustle. All you need to do is hone in on sprucing up ...
Tags: Holidays, Home Improvement, White House, Cotton, Radio, Decorating, Don, Home Repairs


5 Home Repairs to Make Before You Host a Holiday Gathering

Editor's note: Whether you're hosting the whole family for the holidays or just welcoming a solo weekend guest, entertaining at home can be the perfect chance to make happy memories with those you love. With our expert advice, opening your home to friends and relatives will be a snap. Look for home entertaining tips every day this week on Porchlight.  Hosting a holiday gathering can be a lot of fun, but perhaps a bit intimidating, too. You want your house to look its best, but now isn’t the tim...
Tags: Diy, Home Improvement, Radio, Home Maintenance, Zillow, Entertaining, Home Repairs


Ignoring Your ToDo List Can Cost You Money

A notebook sits on my kitchen counter open to my current todo list. I add things as necessary, and cross things off as they are completed. My wife even gets in on the process by adding things to the list that she wants me to do. My list is constantly being re-prioritized, and sometimes tasks fall off the list completely when it’s time to rewrite the list onto a new page. As I’ve found out recently, removing items from my todo list may cost me a lot of money. Putting off items my wife requested...
Tags: Home, Marriage, Diy, Do It Yourself, GFI, Brock Follow Clever Dude, Home Repairs


Repair An Appliance vs Buy New: 3 Steps To Help You Decide

  I heard the noise at the exact time I saw the look on my wife’s face. I was exiting the laundry room and we both heard the squeak coming from the dryer I had just started. I dropped my head in disappointment, but I certainly wasn’t surprised. We built our home twelve years ago, and our dryer has operated the entire time without needing a single repair. Given the age of all of our appliances, we assume that repairs or replacements are in our future. My wife instantly searched the internet t...
Tags: Saving Money, Value, Appliance, Finances & Money, Brock Follow Clever Dude, Home Repairs