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American homes are bursting at the seams. Nearly ten percent of all American households rent an outside storage unit, and the storage industry itself generates revenue in the billions of dollars each year.
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If you want a room that will allow you to enjoy nature without stepping outside, it could be time to seriously consider adding a sunroom to your home that will give you a front-row seat to nature.
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Looking to add some living space to your home, but reluctant to take on a full renovation? Consider adding a sunroom. Usually constructed onto the side of a house, a sunroom is intended as supplemental living space; it allows you a sheltered place to enjoy the surrounding landscape, happily protected from bugs, rain, wind, and other adverse conditions.
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If you dream of cooking up a storm in an outdoor kitchen, entertaining on a patio, or relaxing comfortably in the tranquility of your garden, then a hardscape could be a great addition to your home.
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Crawl spaces are typically vented to remove moisture through evaporation—groundwater, rainwater, and condensate enter the crawl space and, under the right conditions, eventually dry and waft out the vents.
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In many parts of the US, wintertime brings persistent rains or periodic bouts of snow and ice, conditions that will take their toll on your house’s exterior. In the fall, shore up your home’s defenses by completing the following list of outdoor maintenance tasks.
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Creating a living space in your basement can open up a world of possibilities for your home. A room that might have once been relegated to haphazard storage—outgrown toys, old furniture, and mystery boxes that haven’t been looked in since the move—can be transformed into...
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Many basements suffer from poor lighting, giving them a dark and gloomy air. While intricate lighting schemes can alleviate this problem, few things liven up a room quite like natural light.
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While you may enjoy the cooler temperatures of your basement during the sweltering days of summer, during the winter your basement could be the culprit for your high energy bills.
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Making a belowground space livable—including decorating and installing lighting and plumbing fixtures—comes with unique challenges. Fortunately, providing heating and cooling is one of the easiest basement remodeling problems to solve. The solutions ...
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