Spring/Summer Home Improvement 2017

12 Stories • Available March 2017
Cabinet-cadabra

Cabinet-cadabra

No matter how many closets and how much cabinet space you have, it might not seem like enough. Ben Soreff of House to Home Organizing says that one of the biggest challenges his clients face i

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Streamlining Your Home Office

Streamlining Your Home Office

If your desk at home is overwhelmed by clutter and there's little or no space to actually get work done, it's time to streamline your home office. Cleaning your workspace can be a big job, but

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No Remodel Necessary

No Remodel Necessary

What's the most important room in the house? Many would argue it's the kitchen. The smell of brewing coffee, apple pie or sizzling steak makes us crave the delicious treat. Guests always end up i

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Window Treatments

Window Treatments

The windows of your home are the eyes to the outside, and how you view the world could make a big difference in your day. Putting just the right frame around your window is more than just emphasi

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Silence Is Golden

Silence Is Golden

Sirens, barking dogs, 3 a.m. video gamers, professional dancers upstairs, who may or may not be teaching Godzilla to salsa -- living in an apartment or condo can be a very noisy experience, not t

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Install A Fan

Install A Fan

On a hot summer day, your home's roof temperature can approach 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Much of that heat works its way into your home's attic, and from there, some of it eventually makes it way i

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Don't Blow It

Don't Blow It

When your home is undersized, outdated or lacking vital amenities, it may cost less to improve than to move. A room addition is great way to transform your home into the ideal fit for your lifest

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Wall Spackle

Wall Spackle

I've been doing a lot of painting in the interior of our new home recently. As part of the process, I've needed to patch a lot of small drywall holes caused by nails and screws that were used for

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Convenient Laundry

Convenient Laundry

When we were getting ready to sell our late-1980s vintage home, we heard quite a few complaints about the fact that the washer and dryer were in the basement. Most real estate agents and prospect

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Picking The Right Contractor

Picking The Right Contractor

Dear James: An architect is almost finished with the plans for my house. I need to select a good general contractor, but have heard of many potential problems. What is the best way to insure a goo

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The Art Of Design

The Art Of Design

Organizing yourself towards a better future is often a necessary first step in preparing for any new interior design project. Like most projects, organization is fundamental for making positive c

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Privacy, Please

Privacy, Please

We are smack in the middle of summer, and everyone enjoys having some outdoor respite at the end of a warm day. For those living in tiny places, the space challenge can creep outdoors, too. Some

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Spring/summer Home Improvement Info 1

Spring/summer Home Improvement Info 1

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Spring/summer Home Improvement Info 2

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Spring/summer Home Improvement Info 3

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