spring-cleaning-checklist

Is your home ready for the summer? I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to open the windows and let some fresh air in. Typically, I spend the winter and spring months organizing, straightening and surface cleaning. To be honest, I prefer to spend those cooler days cuddled up with a great book or cooking up some new crock pot recipes. However, at the first sign of warm weather, I actually get excited about giving every inch of my home a shine.

Apps-For Home-Renovation

What better way to plan for your home renovation than with your smartphone? While your phone can’t replace a toolbox it can help you get a great start on those renovation and repair projects. With these handy apps you can be one step ahead in the renovation process.

 

 

When I hear the term “fixer-upper” I think about The Money Pit, the 1986 comedy starring Tom Hanks and Shelley Long as a yuppie couple who buy a beautiful-but-seriously-dilapidated old house that nearly ruins their relationship. It makes for a funny plot, but in real life there’s nothing funny about buying a home and discovering that the roof leaks, or the wiring hasn’t been upgraded in decades.

Christmas-Gift-Ideas

If you have a new homeowner on your shopping list this year you may want to consider some of these ideas for their Christmas gift. First you must decide if you want to purchase them a unique gift or something more practical. You know the homeowner best, so be sure to choose something that matches their tastes and decor.

Tips for Decorating On A Budget

Would you love to update your home but find you just don’t have the budget to pull it off? Well never fear! I have put together some budget friendly ideas to help you out. A little creativity can go a long way when you want to update or renovate your home.

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