Home Owner Tips & News

2303, 2017

10 Home and Garden Projects to Start Now

By |March 23rd, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Spring is upon us, and soon the weather will be catching up to the calendar! If you’re itching for a few timely projects, Houzz has a list that will keep you busy.

1. Dispose of big items. With the raft of decluttering bibles published in recent times, it’s tempting to focus on clearing out the small […]

1203, 2017

Make Sure to Take These Home Improvement Tax Deductions for 2016

By |March 12th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Did you make home improvements in 2016? Then you might be eligible for a whole slew of home improvement tax deductions which can save you major money when you file your papers with the IRS in April (or before).

According to Mark Jaeger of TaxAct, “there are a lot of common misconceptions about what you can deduct in […]

103, 2017

Live-Edge Wood: A Natural Bridge to a Cool Blended Style

By |March 1st, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Live-edge wood is one way to take your countertops, tables, and decor from ordinary to a show-stopper. It’s a trend that’s here to stay, and a great way to bring a little bit of natural flair to your home remodel. This article from Houzz may just inspire you to use more live-edge wood in your own […]

2302, 2017

How to Design a Comfortable Home Office

By |February 23rd, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Creating an ergonomic home office doesn’t have to mean sacrificing style

Last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that nearly a quarter of people in the U.S. did at least some — if not all — of their work at home. As they spend more time in their home offices, homeowners have started to not […]

1702, 2017

See How Peninsulas Can Get You More Storage and Countertop Space

By |February 17th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

We recently profiled options for skinny islands in small kitchens. For those who can’t swing a micro island, either due to the size or the layout of their kitchen, perhaps a petite peninsula can fill the need for more storage or countertop space. Here’s how.

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The main difference between a […]

2001, 2017

5 Types of Refrigerators: Do You Have the Right One?

By |January 20th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Few appliances in your home get more traffic than the fridge—which is why it’s good to know that there are actually many different types of refrigerators. Selecting the right style for your family is more than just a fashion choice. A fridge must serve many masters like space, price, and even such factors as whether you have a […]

2001, 2017

Tips for Your Next Home Improvement Project

By |January 20th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Get your remodeling project off on the right foot by following this home improvement advice.

You’ve made up your mind that it’s finally time to undertake that home improvement project that you’ve been putting off. Before you pick up the phone, here are four things you should know:

1. When remodeling, a picture’s worth a thousand words

It’s […]

1101, 2017

10 Things You Need to Toss From Your Kitchen Now: How Many Do You Have?

By |January 11th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Homeowners face a constant battle: No matter how much you purge, more and more stuff keeps creeping in. While you might think your closets or attic are the biggest clutter pits, there’s another, highly underrated area where crap collects, and it’s the place where space is often most at a premium: your kitchen.

Just look around and you’ll see what we mean: Overstuffed cabinets […]

1101, 2017

How to Finish a Basement (and How Much It Costs)

By |January 11th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

Your dark and dingy basement is a gold mine of possibilities. Throw up some walls, and you’ve got an extra bedroom or family gathering space. Add a bathroom or kitchen, and you’ve created a possible rental that can help pay for the renovation or house your in-laws or adult kids.

But let’s tackle first things first, like […]

401, 2017


By |January 4th, 2017|Home Owner Tips & News|0 Comments

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A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.
Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, […]