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How to Become a Landlord

Becoming a landlord is something that people often think of as a way to make money. It seems like a pretty easy job and easy way to make a profit. People think that all you have to do is find a quality property and put a sign out front. While being a landlord is a great way to earn money, it is not without requirements; it is a job just like any other. It has requirements and considerations. To decide if you want to be a landlord, you should look... [Continue Reading]

How to Save Your House From Water Damages

Depending on the severity of storms and hurricanes around your area, there may be little you can do to salvage or protect your home. This article however, is geared at preventing water damage that arises from moderate/intermediate storms and hurricanes. While they may not tear down your home or uproot it, they can cause severe damage if you don’t take the necessary steps to minimize the possible causes of water damages. The key to having a dry... [Continue Reading]

7 Rules to Ensure the Perfect House Inspection before Selling

You have entertained the buyer; they like the price for the house, but now they want to visit the property and inspect it . They will look at the property to chalk out the minor details before the actual sale agreement is drawn up and the final price decided. The inspection stage is important for home owners since it is the make or break part of whether a potential buyer will decide to walk away from the deal or go ahead with purchasing the house. A... [Continue Reading]

How Water Softeners Can Benefit Your Health

Water is such an important and integral part of our lives that we often tend to forget about its importance. Maybe this is why we take it for granted, assuming that it automatically provides the necessary hydration that we need. Yet, the truth is that it doesn’t just provide hydration, it is essential to our complete health and well being. There two types of water: hard water and soft water. The difference between both lies in the abundance... [Continue Reading]

Managing Summer Pests: A Guide for Floridians

The summer is often associated with people going out, tanning, tall glasses of frosty drinks, lots of swimming, beach-going, vacations and many other fun activities. It is also the most popular time of the year for insects and pests. Florida’s warm, humid and sunny climate in particular attracts many bugs. There’s an estimated 12,000 insect species in Florida. While many of these aren’t considered pests, a considerable number of... [Continue Reading]

Turning Your House into Your Home

Every house strives to become a home. What we call home is debatable and certainly different for most of us. We have different tastes and preferences when it comes to interior design, architecture, and landscaping. While some prefer an urban condo, others would go for a suburban family home surrounded by a green, freshly cut lawn. There's one thing we all agree on, however: we all want a house that feels like home. It's what we, as people, strive... [Continue Reading]

What to Do If Your Well Dries Up?

Wells can dry up or start to produce limited amounts of water for a number of reasons, and once this happens you may be left wondering what to do. First of all, you need to be aware that the amount of groundwater changes over time because the water system is affected by factors such as drought. The natural fluctuations of water levels will have the greatest effect for shallow wells and wells that are failing, both of which will tend to dry up in the... [Continue Reading]

Tips for Improving Curb Appeal

Everyone knows the value of getting a strong workout at the gym or on the track several days a week. Take care of your body and it will last. The same concept goes for your home. Take care of your home and not only will it last, but it will increase in value. Follow these tips from the experts on how to assess the condition of your home and increase curb appeal through some basic weekend projects. Grab a pad and pen, walk across the street from your... [Continue Reading]

The Uses of Propane

Energy is money – that's a statement we keep hearing all the time, but what does it mean for the average homeowner in the United States? According to experts and recent studies, our homes are, by far, the largest energy consumers around. Cooling and heating our homes, cooking and other home related activities gobble up more energy than ever. Our homes are growing in size every year (data shows that the average American home is now 10% larger... [Continue Reading]