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By Brittani Banks
While we’ve detailed several of the most common poisonous houseplants, they aren’t the only plants you should be cautious of. Some of the most beautiful and common garden plants can also be toxic. As children and pets spend their summers outside, it’s best to know ...
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By Brittani Banks
When babyproofing, homeowners typically buy child safety gates and locks to protect their kids. Unfortunately, they often overlook one lurking danger: houseplants. While they look innocent, some of the most common houseplants can be toxic to you, your child, and your ...
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By Laura Hucke
The most popular types of stoves are gas and electric, and our infographic below details key differences between the two. Depending upon your needs and space, we can help you decide whether a gas or electric stove is the right choice for your kitchen. View Bathroom ...
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By Vincent Ingram
One of the fundamental laws of nature is that entropy always increases; simply put, this means that given enough time, every system decays or declines. To the chagrin of many a homeowner, household appliances are no exception. At what seem to be the most ...
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By Julia Clem
If you have found a crack in your home’s foundation, you may be concerned about your options. Not all foundation work involves extensive excavation. In fact, depending on where in the country you live, there are several different methods of foundation repair. Foundation ...
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By Julia Clem
The mere mention of foundation problems can strike fear in the heart of a homeowner. A sturdy foundation is the most important part of a house. Walls can be painted, new appliances can be purchased, and the roof and siding can be replaced, but a home’s ...
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By Julia Clem
Your home is your haven, regardless of whether you write a rent check or make a mortgage payment every month. Renting can feel temporary at times, though, and with restrictions imposed by your landlord or rental company, it can be tempting to forgo any attempts ...
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By Laura Hucke
After spending time and money to clean and repair your rental, the last thing you want to find out is that you owe exorbitant move-out fees because you didn’t abide by the terms of your lease. Earlier this week, we provided a moving-out checklist to best prepare you for a ...
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By Laura Hucke
Moving can be an incredibly stressful process, so it’s wise to plan ahead and take precautions to help it go smoothly—especially when vacating a rental property. Before scheduling a final walkthrough with your landlord, take the following steps to ensure that ...
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By Vincent Ingram
Like death and taxes, moving to a new residence seems to be nearly inevitable for most people. In fact, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates the average American will move nearly 12 times in their lifetime. That’s quite a lot of boxes. Moving to a new home can be exciting, but ...
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