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Posted on 01/16/2022
Extreme Weather Preparedness: How to Shelter at Home
Sometimes when severe weather happens, the safest thing to do is remain indoors. However, for certain weather events with strong winds like tornadoes and hurricanes, there are some parts of your home that are safer than others. Here is a basic guide for how to shelter in your home to stay safe from extreme weather: Where to Shelter...
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Posted on 01/09/2022
Need Free Moving Boxes? Here's Where to Start
Cardboard moving boxes are everywhere. However, when you’re moving, you may feel you never have enough. While major retailers sell moving boxes, the price can add up quickly. If you’re moving a sizable amount of items or just want to recycle a few unused boxes, free moving boxes are the way to go. Luckily, there are many ways...
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Posted on 01/02/2022
Questions to Ask When Finding a New Place to Live
Home buying is difficult whether you know the area or not. If you're leaving a location you're used to, it can be overwhelming to decide on a new place to live. There are some questions you can ask to determine your priorities and whether a new location is a good fit. Here are some to begin with: How's...
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Posted on 12/29/2021
Another Property Sold - 107 Olcott Avenue, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520
Beautifully renovated, move in ready village home. This house is a must see, perfect for entertaining friends and family. Beautiful chef's kitchen w/ custom cabinetry, stone backsplash, granite countertops, high-end appliances opens to dining room with access to expansive deck, and living room with gas fireplace. A bedroom and full bath complete the first floor. Upstairs you will find the primary bedroom with 2 walk in closets, a second bedroom and hall bath. Lower level (550 sq ft not included in totals sq footage) offers a media/entertainment room, temperature controlled wine cellar, powder room and laundry room. Fully fenced in backyard....
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Posted on 12/26/2021
Kick Off Your Home Improvement Prowess With These Projects
Whether you are a first-time homeowner or someone who is looking to take on a new hobby, it can be intimidating to begin with home improvement projects. Never fear — everyone has to start somewhere. These are the best home improvement projects for beginners. Painting The very best project for any beginner to take on is painting a...
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Posted on 12/19/2021
7 Home Energy-Saving Projects You Can Easily DIY
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Going green at home doesn't have to cost thousands of dollars. There are plenty of easy changes homeowners can make to minimize their home's carbon footprint. From installing new storm windows to adjusting the temperature control on the hot-water heater, these DIY projects are can shave dollars off utility bills. The best...
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Posted on 12/12/2021
Help Reduce the Stress of Moving by Creating a Checklist
Photo by Heung Soon via Pixabay A moving checklist won't take all the stress out of moving, but it can relieve a lot of the pressure once you have everything accounted for. To give yourself a little extra sanity and peace of mind, we'll sketch out what a reasonable timeline should look like. 8 Weeks Before Nearly two...
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Posted on 12/05/2021
The Do's & Don'ts of Home Staging
Photo by Gustavo Fring from Pexels Staging your home to sell is a process that can involve many details. You want to make sure your home looks the best it might be so that it sells quickly and for a high price. Professional home stagers are there to help you with strategy and expert advice, but there are...
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Posted on 11/28/2021
Bring the Resort Home With These Backyard Tips
Image by Eric Simon from Pixabay Enjoying your outside spaces has never been more important. With canceled plans, limited travel and a complete upheaval of work and school schedules, it’s crucial to have an outdoor escape. While you might not be able to travel to a distant tropical resort, you can bring the resort home—specifically, to the backyard....
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Posted on 11/21/2021
How to Create Your Own Retro Arcade at Home
If you have fond memories of playing video games at a local arcade, you can recreate that experience in your home. While it might sound complicated, creating a retro arcade in your home can be a simple project. Gather the Games You Want Think about the games you want to include in your retro arcade. If you still...
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Posted on 11/14/2021
6 Questions to Ask Before Buying a New Construction Home
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels If you're looking to build a custom home, you likely already know how many questions come with the territory. From the size of the home to the appliances to the amenities, the sheer number of details can be a little overwhelming. Yet this is why homeowners choose to buy new construction builds —...
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Posted on 11/07/2021
New Construction: A Quick Guide on What to Expect
Photo by Ketut Subiyanto from Pexels There is something enticing about building the home that you want rather than purchasing a property that only has some features you desire. When you invest in new residential construction, you can create the living space that you have always dreamed of having. Step 1: Choose a Builder The first step in...
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