If you are a homeowner, whether or not you are planning on ever selling your home, you are going to want to do the upkeep and make sure that your home remains in tip top condition! To be frank I have seen a lot of beautiful homes be neglected to a point where the cost of repairs became overwhelming! Here are the top 7 home maintenance articles that will keep your home looking beautiful for years to come.
Blog,For Homeowners. Tagged: Homeownership * Outdoor Design * Outdoor Kitchen * Teresa Cowart Nothing goes better than a beautiful summer night and a friendly gathering around an outdoor kitchen. From large parties to small dinner dates, an outdoor kitchen and entertaining area is always one of the most popular places in a home!
By Jesse McCarl Whether you are trying to make some fast repairs to improve resale value, or you simply want to be happier with your home, these seven quick home improvement projects are for you! This infographic provides ideas for some easy repairs that you can knock out this weekend.
Green homes are becoming increasingly popular among new home buyers. Homes with green features made up 20% of all new home construction in 2013, and this share will grow to between 29% and 38% of new U.S. homes by 2016. Learn how you can add green updates to your home.
Posted by Ryan Fitzgerald on Wednesday, September 30th, 2015 at 7:36am. Are you preparing your home for sale and wondering if you should make any changes? There are ways in which you can force equity back into your home, and make it more appealing to buyers.
Owning and maintaining a home is no easy task. In fact, it takes careful planning and diligence to keep your house maintained properly. Much like a car, a home requires regular maintenance if you want it to last. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a home maintenance checklist to follow?
There are a number of improvements you can make to your home that will not only increase the overall value, but impact the visual appeal too. But not all home improvements are created equally! If given a choice, would you opt for improvements that will continue to require long-term maintenance or ones that require very little?
Have you just recently bought a new home? It is important as a new homeowner to keep up with the maintenance throughout the year. To make it easier, some of the tips can be spread out over time and even be used for homeowners thinking about getting their home ready for the local real estate market.