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For many seniors, there’s simply no place like home. But living in a home that isn’t well suited for senior residents can be difficult and even dangerous.
Most home owners can handle small home maintenance and repair projects like changing air filters or minor drywall patching, but these little projects can add up and become overwhelming.
In every home, there is the potential for mold. Mold is everywhere. It’s outside, it’s indoors — and it may even be hiding in your walls.
Everyone knows home maintenance is important. It can extend the life of your home’s systems and appliances and keep your home in good working order for many years to come.
The holidays are coming, and for many people, that means overnight guests. Are you ready for them? As a good host, you’ll want to make your guests, and of course your guest room, as inviting and comfortable as possible.
Staging your home is an important part of the selling process. You want to make your home look as appealing as possible for potential buyers. Staging your home effectively will make buyers feel comfortable in your home and help them imagine what it might be like to live there.
Energy efficiency at home is important. It conserves precious resources, and better yet, saves you money. Big changes like solar power, a new HVAC system, tank less water heater, or updated energy efficient appliances will have a dramatic impact on your home’s efficiency, but even small changes can add up to a big difference.
When it comes to DIYing home repairs, being able to tackle a project doesn't mean you should.
Over the summer, many home owners plan to complete home improvement projects. In fact, according to the Zillow Digs Summer Home Improvement Trend and Spending Survey, 60 percent of home owners plan to improve or add to their homes this summer, typically spending around $1,200.