Tips for Improving Your Swimming Pool

Tips for Improving Your Swimming Pool

Pools are incredibly sought-after amenities in the housing market. But for all their benefits, the maintenance of pools presents a bevy of challenges for homeowners to handle. To get the most out of your pool and ensure it stays in good condition, here are some tips for improving your swimming pool.

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Common Home Repairs To Leave for the Professionals

Common Home Repairs To Leave for the Professionals

Homeowning is fun. You have your own personal space to be your true authentic self. More so, it allows you to expand, alter, and customize that space to your personal tastes and preferences. While homeowning can be glamorous, it can also be dangerous, especially when it comes to proper maintenance. Rather than feel you need to tackle every project on your own, consider these common home repairs to leave for the professionals. You’ll save time, money, and personal safety in the long run.

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Where to Save and Where to Splurge on a Kitchen Remodel

Where to Save and Where to Splurge on a Kitchen Remodel
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Are you thinking about doing a kitchen remodel in your home? If so, you’re not alone.

Statistical data from 2019 shows that as many as 37% of people want to do a remodel for a long time before they actually have the funds available to go ahead with it. And that comes as no surprise. The average redo can cost anywhere between $5,000 and $50,000, depending on the features you’re after.

Sure, you may have a solid idea about your dream kitchen’s most prominent features (whether it’s a professional gas range or a Pinterest-worthy farmhouse sink). Still, there will always be some things you won’t have as much insight about. And with these, it can be hard to decide if you should save or splurge.

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7 Steps to a Solar Powered Home

People switch to solar for a variety of reasons.

Besides generating electricity that is completely pollution-free, solar has a full life-cycle pollutant level that is much lower than any fossil fuel (after accounting for manufacturing and the rest of the supply chain). 

By generating your own electricity, you reduce your reliance on the utilities and protect yourself from future price increases. For those who are truly committed to being independent, they can add batteries to their homes and be disconnected from the grid.

Despite all these compelling reasons to go solar, there are some relatively easy and even free things you should do around your house first, before you invest heavily in solar panels. Some of these are obvious, but others are little vampires that you may not even realize are draining your energy and money.

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