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Blending Your Gutters In With Your Home

Gutters are necessary for protecting your home. But what if you just really hate the look of gutters? Once you start noticing unsightly gutters, it can be almost impossible to stop. Luckily, there are some ways you can obscure or even decorate them, especially with the help of gutter specialists. Here are a few of your options. Painting Your Gutters to Match Your Home One reason gutters are often noticeable is because older gutters were installed as bright white piping against the home. Read More 

Building A Custom Home? 3 Key Factors That Determine Price

In most areas, there are many homes available for sale. However, building a custom home ensures you buy the house you want and need in a location that you desire. Many people who choose to build a custom home will consider it their "dream" or "forever" home, so proper planning is important for budgeting concerns. With this guide, you will learn a few factors that help determine the cost of building your custom home. Read More 

Curb Appeal: How Your Sidewalk Can Increase Your Home’s Value

If you are a homeowner, then odds are good that you worry often about how you can maintain or even increase the value of your home. Your home is likely your largest investment, and it pays to constantly be on the lookout for projects that maximize the value of that investment. It is easy to focus on major interior remodeling or renovation projects, but improving the exterior appearance of your home and its grounds is a great way to increase its value as well. Read More 

Remodeling Tips For Homeowners

A remodeling project can quickly become one of the most daunting and overwhelming tasks that you undertake. As you are planning and undertaking your major home remodeling project, there are strategies that can help to keep this project manageable for you. Rank The Changes In Order Of Importance Throughout the design and construction phase of this process, there will need to be decisions made. Often, individuals can find these decisions stressful as they may involve compromising on their preferred outcome for the project. Read More 

Is Your Recently Purchased Home Radon-Resistant?

Whether you recently purchased a newly constructed home or an old home, have it tested for radon immediately. Radon is a radioactive gas that can damage living tissue, including the delicate lining in your lungs. Testing your home for radon now is the first step to keeping everyone in your family safe from it. Here are things to understand about radon and what you can do to have your house and its structures tested for the gas. Read More