HomeZada Launches AI Vision for Easiest and Most Powerful Home Inventory Application

A new release of HomeZada uses AI to make creating a home inventory much quicker and more accurate. Each photo can be processed using Zada AI which visually detects multiple objects in the photo and estimates the value of each item. Zada AI also detects text on close up photos of objects such as electronics, appliances, equipment and anything that has a serial number. 

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Revamp Your Basement: 9 Creative Remodeling Ideas

Do you ever feel like your basement is a neglected and gloomy area that serves no other purpose than to store your belongings? It’s time to unlock its full potential and transform it into a functional and inviting area that adds value to your home. 

Whether you’re craving an entertainment hub, a peaceful retreat, or a versatile workspace, your basement offers endless possibilities. Read on as we explore 9 creative ideas to help you refresh or remodel your basement and make the most of every square foot.

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Pros and Cons of PVC Fencing

When it comes to adding fencing to your property, you have many choices these days. From wood to metal and chain-link to composite, the options can be overwhelming. However, one popular option that stands out in terms of durability, aesthetics, and low maintenance is Vinyl (PVC) fencing.

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4 Winter-Friendly Home Improvement Projects for Your Next Long Weekend

Who says a home improvement project has to last weeks?

If you can’t wait to get your hands dirty, remodeling your home, you don’t have to wait till spring…nor do you need to spend months working around dust and clutter.

In just a short time, you can transform your living space with these four easy and budget-friendly home improvement projects. Whether you are a seasoned DIY enthusiast or just looking for a quick way to refresh your home, these ideas are sure to inspire you.

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8 Things to Know About House Plants and Air Purification

In the 1980s, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries coined a new term: shinrin-yoku, meaning forest bathing. Spending time in green spaces (“bathing” in the light and quiet of forests specifically, but also anywhere there is ample natural space) has proven benefits to health, including lowering one’s stress levels, pulse rate, and blood pressure.

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