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Initiating home improvements doesn’t need to be a challenging experience. This is the perfect time to identify problem areas, begin planning, searching for inspiration (Pinterest, anyone?), and seeking out the appropriate professionals.
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays behind us, and the cold keeping us indoors, it can be a great time to focus on some interior renovations such as flooring. While you’re repairing your damaged floors, why not get your exposed floor insulation checked to make sure it’s doing it’s job properly?
Becoming a Home Energy Advisor and learning the techniques and skills to help fix problems is an invaluable skill to either base your career on, or add to your existing skill set. These marketable skills add-on to your home repair, home inspection, or general contracting business.
During this busy month of hospitality, it is important to ensure that the exterior looks beautiful, sure, but year round it is important to take measures to conserve the exterior of your home, including steps that will help you to conserve energy.
During the busy and social month of December, it is especially important to make sure that your home doesn’t suffer from any plumbing issue. Imagine your frustration, or even embarrassment, to run into major plumbing issues when you have a house full of guests.
Electricity plays such an integral role in our lives year round – but during this season we would venture to say it becomes even more important. In fact, many people wouldn’t imagine life, nor the holiday season, without electricity.
December is a busy month. An array of activities and obligations fill this season and that’s why we, here at BuyWise, are not going to hold you up with long and deep articles. Instead, December will be all about quick tips for areas of your home.
Whether it is the garage door, pipes, or an appliance, when it’s time for a repair or renovation you may be tempted to do it yourself. At first glance, do it yourself repair appears to save you money and time. While it might be the case in certain instances, it is always better and prudent to hire a professional.
The easiest way of understanding the concept of condo responsibility and ownership is to view it as an apartment that’s owned. Ownership usually extends inward from the ceilings, floors, and walls. It’s highly important for any condominium or townhouse buyer to have a clear idea of what will not or what will be covered.