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Greek Inspired Home Decor

When thinking about summer, the Greek Islands come to mind. The Greek Islands are surrounded by water, beach, ruins and beautiful sunsets. Some of the Greek homes are built into sides of mountains or along portions of beach. Because these homes are surrounded by water, using what you have on the island to decorate a home is common. When Read more

Managing Home Finances

Understanding the details of your home can help you understand your overall financial budgets.  Understanding the value of your home, the value of the contents in your home, your monthly expenses, your home’s maintenance costs, and your home improvement projects spend will help you better understand the true costs to help manage your home.  This infographic shows you more details about home finances and how you can properly view them.


HomeZada Managing Home Finances Infographic

10 Patio Upgrades for a Spectacular Property This Summer


If you’re embarrassed to be seen on your dingy patio, you’re not alone.

Unlike the carpet in your living room or the paint on your walls, patios are often a neglected extension of the home. A common misconception is that it costs a pretty penny to update it, but that’s simply not true. The key is making smart, low-cost improvements to create a space you’re proud to entertain in.

In this article, 10 patio upgrades are revealed that will enhance your property and provide you with a new outdoor retreat.

9 Reasons Your Neighbors Hate You

We love this infographic from that explains some ways to stay aware in your neighborhood.  Being aware of your behavior will help you be a better neighbor. Here are 9 things to avoid to make sure you are invited back to the party.    Read more

Maintenance Tip: Deadhead annual and perennial flowers

HomeZada Home Maintenance Deadhead Annual and Perennial Flowers

With the end of summer comes the change in seasons and the change in our outdoor flowers.  You can still have a nice looking yard without the beautiful colored blooms by simply deadheading or removing the flowers that are now past their prime.  A clean yard is still a nice yard. Deadheading can also help the flowers show regrowth Read more

The Value of Home Gardens


No one goes to the grocery store to relax after a long day at work, but you have to eat, right? But what if there’s another way to get food that doesn’t involve long checkout lines or arguments with your kids over sugary cereals?

Clean eating is a hot trend, and the current debate over GMO foods can be enough to scare anyone into growing their own produce. But besides Read more

Home Remodeling Project: Hot Tub

HomeZada Remodeling Projects Hot Tub

Putting a hot tub in your backyard can be a great project. It can provide a relaxing environment to reduce stress and a water therapy environment to loosen sore muscles from either work or working out. With fall and winter around the corner, what a great time to use a hot tub. Did you ever jump into a hot tub when the air is chilly to create a must for your senses?  Now is time to start thinking of adding a hot tub to get it in time for fall and winter.

There are several ways to install a hot tub however a common installation is to put the hot tub above ground and surround it with deck as well as a trellis Read more

Feeling Like Zada

HomeZada has these glorious purple and greens in it’s logo and we thought now is the time to see exactly how spectacular these colors can work in home decor.   Visit our Pinterest Page to learn what Read more

Top Summer Security Tips


Guest Blogger:  Wes Wernette 

In the United States, more than 2 million burglaries happen every year, with the highest percentage of break-ins occurring during the summer months. And it’s not difficult to see why. June, July, and August bring:

  • Vacation season: many homes remain empty for weeks
  • Heat waves: non-vacationers keep doors and windows open more often
  • Home renovation projects: ladders and tools are left lying around

Read more

Maintenance Tip: Remove Lint from the Dryer

HomeZada Maintenance Tip Remove Lint from Dryer exhaust duct


Clothes dryers spark 15,000 fires every year according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. These fires are usually a result of lint and debris build up in your dryer vent, reducing air flow to the dryer snd backing up dryer exhaust gases. It is important for the safety of your home to clean out the lint in your dryer duct to remove this potentially dangerous Read more


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