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Category: House Maintenance

The Waiting Game

Sometimes the hardest part of a remodel is waiting for things to happen. Read on to see items that can take some time to receive prior to starting construction.
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Starting Fresh in the New Year

With the ringing of the new year, comes the desire for most homeowners to re-evaluate their spaces and reduce the clutter that they’ve gathered over the past year. The build-up of detritus can drag you down, zap motivation, make you depressed or impede your productivity. Find out how you can make your 2018 a little lighter.
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The Top Five Home Turn-Offs

The things we hear the most are the items that turned homeowners off when they bought the house, and the things that they’ve grown to hate since living in the home. If you’re in the market for a new house, or considering remodeling the one you have, here are the top things we’ve heard from clients looking for a change.
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Pocket Doors – A Hidden Gem

Pocket doors can be a great hidden gem of room design, or they can be a pain. Read on to find out the pros and cons of choosing them in your home remodel.
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Fall Back Into a Routine

Here are some simple things to do this month to ensure you're ready for fall.
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Noise Pollution – How to Combat it at Home

A home is not just a place to lay your head at night, it's also a refuge from a busy life; a place they connect with friends; and a point of pride. Sometimes though, extra noise can turn that refuge into an annoyance. If you’ve noticed or found yourself fed up with noisiness in your home, there are many ways to address the issue depending on where the problem originates from.
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To Plug the Leak, You Must First Find It

Did you get notified that your water had been running continuously? Don't know what to do? Read on to find out how our marketing specialist managed this problem at her home.
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Declutter the Garage

Decluttering the garage might seem like an activity that would be better in the winter, when the weather is poor. However, if you’re like most, you store much of your patio or deck furniture in your garage during the poor weather months, so trying to reduce the clutter is an impossible task. Instead, if you tackle this project during the summer months, there are less items in the way to get to the things that can be gifted or thrown away. Find out how to best tackle this daunting task.
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The Six C’s of Making a Great Outdoor Living Room

Most pacific northwesterners can agree that our summers are the best. From July 5th through the end of September, our area can’t be beat. That’s why having an outdoor living space that you can enjoy then, and possibly all year long, is so great. Future buyers and existing owners alike can really benefit from a well-designed outdoor living space. If an remodel or addition to your outdoor living space is on the horizon, consider the following six C’s in your design.
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Retaining Home Value with Pet Ownership

Love your pets, but don't let them cause a lowered home value. Read on for tips for retaining your home's value.
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