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2010 

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No matter how much space my clients may have in their homes, they always seem to need just a little more. That's why I recommend maximizing your closet space with shelving or other organizers. Then once you've created this extra space, you can start deciding which items are worth keeping and whic...
01/30/2010
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Like the gates of a kingdom, the front entrance to your home welcomes your guests in the manner that reflects your hospitality. A striking first impression such as steel doors or dramatic archways provide an elegance lacking in more traditional entrances. Also, reinforcing your home's entrance is...
01/29/2010
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When it comes to designing rooms in your home, choosing colors that complement rather than compete is essential to striking the right stylistic balance. The color wheel is a tool used by professional designers to assure that colors work well together before committing one square inch of your home...
01/28/2010
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Although sheet rock remains a popular choice for homeowners, the nuisance of so-called "nail pops" is often frustrating for many. When one does occur, make sure to remove the nail completely and replace it with a wooden screw. Because the "nail pop" is a sign of weakness in the wall, be prepared ...
01/26/2010
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Although the idea of having lights in our homes that turn on and off whenever someone enters or leaves the room once may have seemed like something out of science fiction, today that technology has become more commonplace in newer homes. With the introduction of motion sensors, not only do homeow...
01/26/2010
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Considering the kitchen has become the centerpiece of American domestic life, many homeowners are eager to completely overhaul their existing kitchen setup. However, before investing the necessary time and money into such a task, it's important to consider such factors as lighting placement, espe...
01/25/2010
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For the more adventurous homeowner looking to make some improvements to the property, there are several types of caulks and sealants for a variety of applications. While latex and acrylic caulks are useful for smaller repairs, silicone caulk is the most durable as long as there's no painting invo...
01/24/2010
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  Dear John DoeWhile much of your energy as a homeowner is directed towards the appearance of the rooms in your home, oftentimes the difference between a good home and a great one is in the design of the transitional rooms, such as hallways or foyers. Because these rooms are usually smaller and ...
01/22/2010
While most homeowners complain about the high costs of utilities, high winter heating and summer cooling bills are sometimes a result of poor window insulation more than any other cause. If you'd like to keep the temperature of your house comfortable as well as save money on your energy expenses,...
01/19/2010
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When it comes to keeping your home protected, the most obvious way is to secure your doors with a quality deadbolt. Home security professionals overwhelmingly prefer deadbolts to other types of locks, simply because deadbolts are harder to bypass. When choosing a deadbolt, look for a lock with a ...
01/18/2010
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