5 Interior Design Details for Winter

Thursday, January 25th, 2018
Brett Murray

Are you interested in adding a little seasonal oomph to your space? Below are a handful of cozy—and inexpensive—winter updates.

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5 Ways to Power Through Procrastination

Thursday, December 14th, 2017
Brett Murray

Procrastination can plague anyone; from students to parents. Winter doesn't help, as the cold whether has many wanting to curl up and hibernate. However, being cooped up in the house can be one of your best opportunities to make some improvements to your home so it can be ready to sell come spring. 

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5 Smells That Sell Houses

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
Brett Murray

What’s that smell? The sense of smell is the strongest of all the senses to connect buyers to a home. While a bad smell can really deter buyers, a good smell can tempt buyers to a sale. From “green” scents to seasonal scents, discover the right smells for triggering positive emotions and home sales.

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Get Ahead of Home Maintenance Before the Holidays

Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Brett Murray

Twenty-four percent of home contractors recently surveyed by American Home Shield (AHS) reported Thanksgiving as the busiest holiday season for repairs and service. Get ahead of home maintenance with these tips from AHS:

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Dodge Winter Lawn Damage

Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Winter conditions can present a wide range of challenges to your lawn and landscape, but there are precautions you can take to protect your lawn, as well as your trees and shrubs, from seasonal harm.

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Courtesy of HSA Home Warranty

Keeping your chimney clean not only ensures a cleaner burning fire, it is a safety precaution as well. If you burn a resin-y wood like pine, then creosote, a rather nasty, oily material, can accumulate on the chimney walls. When enough builds up, it becomes a fire hazard. Even if it doesn’t burst into flames, it can make for an unpleasant and smoky fire.

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