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Stylish and Pet-Friendly Home Upgrades

If you share your home with a furry friend, there are plenty of DIY home improvement ideas that can help you create a stylish space to make your dog or cat feel happy and relaxed. First, choose a location where you know your pet will be comfortable. It’s a good idea to pick a spot…

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Hide Unsightly Cords for a Polished Look

If you have a lot of electronic devices in your home, the tangle of cords could take away from the finished look of a room. Fortunately, these DIY home improvement ideas can help you disguise any cord for a clean and polished look you’re sure to love. For televisions and entertainment centers, a simple cord…

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Make the Most of Unused Space With Simple Shelving

If you’re looking for an easy way to create extra space in your home, some simple DIY home improvement ideas can help you make the most of what you already have. Corners are often neglected, because most furniture is typically centered on your walls. However, you can utilize these areas while giving any room a…

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The Myths of Heavy Curtains and Energy Savings

When it comes to saving money on monthly energy bills, homeowners are willing to try just about anything. There are ways you can save time and money by not bothering with any of the myths surrounding energy saving. One of the many myths is that you should use heavy curtains for energy savings. What Heavy…

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Can You Test for Radon Yourself?

As a homeowner, you want your house to be a safe place for everyone who occupies it. If you have recently moved in, are thinking of selling or are just curious about your radon level, a radon test is the only way to get answers. The good news about radon testing is that you can…

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The Basics of a Sewer Camera Inspection

If you have overflowing appliances, a clog in your drain or any other plumbing problem, your first course of action should be to call a plumber. While you may not be able to see into your sewer line, plumbers have tools that allow them to see in the pipes to diagnose your problem. This is…

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