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    10 Ways to Prevent Mold

    Mold in your home can present a whole host of health problems, from sinus issues to more serious ear, nose and throat difficulties. The best solution? Use these tips to prevent mold from developing in the first place! Continue

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    Five Inexpensive Ways to Transform Your Home

    Home renovation shows might have you believe that you need a $100,000 budget and a crew of 50 to make big changes. The good news is that you don't have to gut the entire inside of your home and start over! There are inexpensive ways to completely transform your house into the home you've always wanted. Continue

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    Five Ways To Organize Your New Home

    Often, people contact organizers when things have gotten out-of-hand. Organizers can definitely help in those situations, but if you are moving into a new home, you have a unique opportunity to start things off on the right foot BEFORE things get out of hand. Now is the time to really think through the space you are about to move in to and the organizational needs of your family. Continue

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    Are You Making One of These Costly Homeowner Mistakes?

    Everyone wants to save money, especially when it comes to their home. Home repairs can seem costly, but not being proactive or DIYing could end up costing you a lot more and sometimes can put your family in harm's way. Our friends at Zaarly have three common mistakes they see homeowners making that can be easily avoided. Continue

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    How to Create a Homework Station

    If you’re tired of your kids setting up shop at the kitchen table or taking over the living room to work on their homework, it’s time to create a homework station for them. All you need are these tips and a quiet space for a desk! Continue

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    Upgrade Your Floors to Hardwood

    Hardwood floors are one of the most popular requests when people are looking to upgrade their home. They can do a lot to open up your space and make it feel cleaner and spacious. Continue

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    Protect Your Home from Water Damage

    Water damage can be absolutely devastating, especially if the damage isn’t detected right away. It’s important to act quickly if your dishwasher hose leaks or the sump pump fails during a thunderstorm, but if you’re sleeping or out of town, you may not know about the leak for hours, or even days. Continue

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    Home Security 101 with a Local Security Expert

    There are a lot of misconceptions about home security. Chris helps sort through what is a myth, what you could be missing, and ultimately, what will keep your home and family safe. Continue

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    Create a Backyard Retreat for All 4 Seasons

    Let’s face it: spending time outdoors year-round is nearly impossible in the Midwest, with our hot, humid summers and brutally-cold winters. However, it’s still possible to construct a backyard paradise that will endure throughout all four seasons! Continue

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    Prepare Your Home for Fall

    Before the temperature starts dropping, you’ll want to make sure you do these four things to get your house ready for fall! Continue