Three Ways You Can Customize Your Home To Increase Its Value

Posted on: 5 January 2015

If you're like most people, purchasing a home is the largest investment that you will make in your life.  Unless you plan to stay in your home for good, you are likely looking for ways to upgrade your home so that when it's time to sell it, you can receive a hefty profit.  Along with performing regular maintenance on your home to keep it in good condition, customizing your home is another way to increase its value.
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Installing A Thermostat? 3 Things You Need To Think About Before Picking A Place

Posted on: 30 December 2014

In an effort to save money, you might head to the hardware store to pick up a brand new programmable thermostat. Since you will be taking apart your old model anyway, you might be thinking about moving that ugly white box to a different part of your house. However, your placement choice could drastically affect your thermostat's ability to gauge the current air temperature. Here are three things you need to think about before you pick a place, and why it might matter.
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Troubleshooting Central Air Conditioners: 3 Common Issues And Solutions

Posted on: 22 December 2014

When the temperature outside begins to rise, you probably look to your air conditioner for relief. But what do you do when your AC unit suddenly stops working? Calling a professional HVAC repairman is one option—but if the problem is mild, you can probably fix it yourself. Here are three common issues with central air units and simple fixes for each: 1. The Unit Is Not Running At All If you switch the unit on and nothing happens, it is likely that there are issues with the power.
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Two Pool Maintenance Tips You Need To Follow

Posted on: 22 December 2014

A pool is an addition to your property that can dramatically improve both the comfort of your family and the value of your home. However, it takes a lot of maintenance to keep a pool in good condition. If you don't keep your pool in good condition, you can be forced to pay expensive repair bills. While you may not have any experience with owning a pool, there are a couple of tips that can help you avoid some routine problems.
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