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Last updated: March 19, 2018 • Home Improvement

Making your home safe: The 5 most reliable home security systems

Whether you’re single, or you have a family—it doesn’t matter: home security is always an important factor for every homeowner. Thanks to technology, nowadays we have elaborate security cameras and security services, but in some cases, you’re better off going old school and using guard dogs to make your home safe. Or even combining all …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Home Improvement

Closet Organization Tips and Ideas You’ll Love

While some people use their closets religiously, other people may just throw old shoes and unwanted clothing inside and shut it for the season. No matter which side you’re on, there is a chance that you could make some improvements to your closet organization. Trying to sell your home? A real estate agent could tell …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Home Improvement

7 DIY Home Improvement Projects you can do This Winter

Because people spend so much time indoors, renovating and improving the aesthetics of the home can make it a more enjoyable space to live in. Winter is a great time for home improvement, especially when the renovations will save energy or make the house easier to live in. Selling a home during the colder months …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Home Improvement

These Five Home Bars will Blow your Mind

Do you have extra space that needs filling? A home indoor bar creates a cozy, fun atmosphere for any gathering, and it can take many different forms. Here are a few ideas to help you get started, and not all of them are alcoholic! Coffee Bar. Have some coffee enthusiasts in your house? Almost everyone …

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Last updated: October 24, 2018 • Home Improvement

Snow, Mud, and Slush: Don’t Sling Dirt, Keep It Clean with These Winter Tips

The winter months are known for their holiday cheer, chilly weather, and most importantly: snow, mud and slush. While movies and television shows make snow out to be something aesthetically pleasing and scenic, many people who live in snowy areas know how troublesome it can be. Slush, muddy snow, and massive amounts of shoveling are …

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