Energy-Efficient Upgrades to Make to Your Home

Energy-Efficient Upgrades To Make to Your Home

If you’re looking to minimize your energy usage while maintaining a comfortable home, rest assured that you have plenty of options. Make these upgrades to your home to boost energy efficiency without sacrificing comfort or function.

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4 Ways to Budget for Home Maintenance Costs

Congratulations! You’re now the owner of a new (or new to you) home! Of course, you realize that your expenses have only just begun, even though you may have already bought your home, right?

I’m talking about home maintenance.

When putting together your budget as a new homeowner, remember to include the annual cost of this very important element of being a homeowner.

Wondering what’s included in yearly home upkeep? 

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5 Tips for Decorating Your Home Tastefully for The Fall

5 Tips for Decorating Your Home Tastefully for The Fall

As the morning breeze starts to chill and the leaves begin to change color, we all get into sweater weather mood and want our homes to reflect that. Decorating for the fall can mean toeing the line between tasteful décor and a fall hayride-themed living room. Grab your PSL, and let’s talk fall home decorations!

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8 Often Forgotten Home Maintenance Tasks

7 Often Forgotten Home Maintenance Tasks
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You probably already have a list of home maintenance chores, such as changing the furnace filter seasonally, turning off the water before winter, cleaning the gutters, etc. 

Although this is a good beginning, there are some tasks that homeowners frequently overlook or are unaware of. 

Here are a few crucial home maintenance tasks that may not be on your to-do list but that, if neglected, could cost you a fortune or, worse still, cause you a great deal of stress.

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How to Close up Your Vacation Home

While snowbirds rush to their summer homes at the first sign of a wind chill, snow bunnies jump at the chance to spend the season engaging in winter sports. 

To ensure a warm welcome and prevent unpleasant surprises, both types of seasonal homes need to be properly shut down.

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