How to Replace A Sliding Glass Door

How to Replace A Sliding Glass Door
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While replacing a sliding glass door is probably not something you want to attempt if you’re a novice DIYer, it is something you can do yourself.

With the right materials and tools at hand it’s fairly easy to do and can easily be done in a few hours if you know what you’re doing.

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5 Tips to a Home Remodel Project that Won’t Break The Bank

5 Tips to a Home Remodel Project that Won't Break The Bank
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Whether you’re out of space, and you don’t want (or can’t afford) to move, or you simply want to change the look of your home…a home remodel can be a costly endeavor.

You could take out a home equity loan to fund your home remodel, however who wants debt on top of all the stress of remodeling a home?

A smart move is to pay for your remodel with cash instead. 

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Affordable Home Improvements That Make an Impact

Affordable Home Improvements That Make an Impact

If you’re putting off remodeling because of practical concerns, congratulations—you are a responsible, shrewd homeowner. Without enough funds, scheduling, or experience, a big project is doomed to fail. But with a more strategic approach, you can prioritize affordable home improvements that make an impact, for a complete renovation you can take one step at a time.

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7 Wall Mural Tips to Get the Perfect Look

If you feel like your walls are closing in on you…and let’s face it, who doesn’t feel that way from time to time…there’s an easy way to open up your space without breaking out the sledgehammer.

Add a wall mural.


How to Save Money on Your Next Painting Project

How to Save Money on Your Next Painting Project
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One of the most affordable home improvement ideas is to spruce up your home with paint. However, it’s surprising just how quickly the cost of paint can add up, especially if you choose premium paints.

High-quality paints can easily cost $30 per gallon – or more. Add in the need for several gallons and it’s easy to see how quickly your costs will increase.