Break Bad Laundry Habits

Thursday, August 17th, 2017

The results are in: most of us practice poor laundry habits. According to a nationwide survey commissioned by LG Electronics USA, nearly all respondents admitted to mixing items that should be washed separately just to avoid doing another load of laundry. Guilty as charged.

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Your house is likely to be the biggest investment you make in your entire life. Whether you're planning to sell it or you're there for the long haul, it is important to take care of your investment. As any real estate agent will tell you, the first thing people notice about your home is the exterior. You need strong curb appeal to make a good first impression.

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An outdoor kitchen sounds like hours of warm-weather culinary fun. But while most of us would love a sleek, state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, the price tag may not be doable for all. But that doesn’t mean we can’t cook and eat al fresco! Below are 5 tips for a makeshift version.

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If you have a garage, you know how handy all that extra storage space can be. The problem is it’s a little too convenient. Oftentimes our garages end up filled from floor to ceiling with piles of stuff that we certainly don’t need. In fact, a recent study found 25% of people can’t fit even one car in their garage, while one-third said they keep the garage door shut so others won’t see their mess!

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By Sage Singleton

When disasters strike, they come without warning. This is why you need to prepare for emergencies ahead of time. These 10 tips will help safeguard your home and family, and save you time, money, and stress should an emergency occur.

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Can Refrigerators Take The Heat?

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

Refrigerators were made to take the heat and weather the cold, or were they? The Washington Post claims that it’s not a good idea to have a second refrigerator in your garage, and we agree with them. For one thing, it wastes energy. You are paying the cost of having your fridge sweat it out in the summer, and bundle itself back up in the winter. Often times garage ridden fridges will need heat run in the garage during the winter, and air conditioning run in the summer just to keep up with the high temperatures.

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How Long Will Your Appliance Last?

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

by  to Home DecorHome Improvement

When buying and furnishing a home, nothing is meant to last forever. Even pricier investments need maintenance from normal wear and tear. That’s why we decided to compile the average lifespan of common household appliances to help you plan for repairs down the road. While materials, construction, amount of use and regular upkeep play a role in the longevity of a product, this below guide is a great way to convince Grandma that it’s time to replace that 40 year old mattress. 

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5 tips to save money around your home

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Homeowners and renters are doing everything they can think of this time of year to save money around their homes. From do-it-yourself projects to updating small appliances, there are plenty of ways to do this. Here are five easy tips everyone can take advantage of on a dime. 

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