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  • Tools For Responsible Car Owners

    Tools For Responsible Car Owners

    Many people believe they can just get into their car and drive.  They believe the car will take care of itself, and if there's a problem, they can always go to the mechanic.  But a car is not only an investment, it is a complex machine that is an integral part of daily life. In reality, it is a good idea to have some familiarity with your vehicle and a rudimentary understanding of some basic mechanics.  Everyone should prepare a toolkit in their car in case of emergencies and understand how to fix small problems and this toolkit can save you a fortune in future repairs and with any accident lawyers.  A well-stocked toolkit may  also help you if you are stranded without a shop in sight. Continue reading

  • 5 DIY Kitchen Refurb Ideas

    5 DIY Kitchen Refurb Ideas

    Similar to everything else in our world, homes don't last forever. While some living spaces appreciate, or increase, in value over time due to neighborhoods becoming more desireable to live in or having updated homes nearby, the majority of homes depreciate in residual value over time. To help combat eroding home values, many homeowners engage in home improvement activities highlighting a growing trend in the industry.

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  • 5 Tools Every Landlord Needs

    5 Tools Every Landlord Needs

    Purchasing and renting homes is a great way for landlords to develop wealth. While profiting from rents will never occur overnight, or in a few years, long-term rentals will almost always turn profits.

    Every aspiring homeowner thinks that owning their first home will be far better than renting or living in somebody else's home. They are often in for rude awakenings when they find out how difficult regular home repairs can be. This lifestyle is similar for landlords, as they often are required to make repairs themselves, or lose money by contracting handymen to complete them.

    Here are 5 tools every landlord needs for making necessary repairs themselves.

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  • 5 Home Inspection Tips Before Buying Your Next Home

    New Home Inspection Tips

    It’s normal to be nervous when you’re thinking of buying a home. If you take the time to check these 5 home inspection tips in the home before purchasing it, then you can rest easier. Continue reading

  • Build Your Own DIY Slip 'n Slide

    How to Build a DIY Slip 'n Slide

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    Remember when you were a kid? All those long summer days playing baseball, drinking lemonade, and playing on that slip 'n slide? You know, the one that ripped after the second time you used it? Year after year, good old dad would go buy a new one, and year after year we would get somewhere between one and four days of fun out of it.

    What if things could be different? This year, you're going to learn how to build your own DIY slip 'n slide that is bigger, better, and far more durable than the ones you'll find at the store.

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  • Everything You Need to Upgrade Your Own Kitchen

    Upgrade your kitchen

    Apart from being a space for preparing and serving food, the kitchen is also the heart of the home. Most homeowners notice this is usually the place family and party guests tend to gather. With the important role that the kitchen plays, you may want to upgrade so it is both aesthetically pleasing and more functional. Upgrading your kitchen will also help to raise the value of your home. You can create a casual, warm, and inviting area where people can converge and share a meal. Here are some great tips to get a better, more efficient kitchen.

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  • 5 Unique Ideas for Your Next Home Renovation

    Home Renovation

    Homeowners often want to update their property and transform its appearance over time. The house should be updated over time to increase its functionality and allow it to look attractive. When you're ready for your next home renovation, there are a few unique ideas to consider. Continue reading

  • Fly Free: 3 Steps to Insect-Proof Your Home

    Although insects are important for the environment, no one likes to find them indoors. It may feel impossible to completely insect-proof your home, but there are some steps you can follow to drastically reduce how many bugs you see in your house.



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  • Seeding Your Lawn the Right Way

    Winter has turned into spring and anxious homeowners are eager to get outside and work on their most prized possession, the lawn. But how do you properly prepare your lawn to ensure the best results? Let’s look into the proper way to prepare, use a broadcast spreader to amend your soil, fertilize and spread the grass seed to make your lawn look lush and green for many years to come. Continue reading

  • How to Handle Your Vehicle During Winter

    Winter weather can be intimidating for the most experienced drivers on the road. It’s important to know how to handle your vehicle in adverse weather conditions for your own safety, and those of other drivers and pedestrians. Most of the following techniques are common sense, but it may be hard to think straight once you start panicking. Continue reading

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