Install Hardwood Floors To Make A Smaller Home Appear Bigger

Posted on: 16 February 2016

Many retirees in Ohio are moving into smaller homes. The Columbus Dispatch reports that, over the next 15 years, 120,000 people in Central Ohio are expected to downsize their homes after they turn 65. That figure doesn't include seniors elsewhere in the state. If you're nearing retirement and live in Ohio, you may soon be purchasing a home that's smaller than your current one. You don't have to live in a home that looks small, though.
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Dress Your Windows Up for Winter and Save Money on Energy

Posted on: 3 February 2016

If your windows are older than a few years old, you likely notice a lack of performance when it comes to insulating your home and supporting optimal indoor temperatures throughout the year. Replacing your windows altogether to protect your home and save energy can be a costly endeavor, but there are a few things you can do to enhance the performance of your current windows without the need for a complete replacement.
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3 Easy Home Updates Sure To Save You Money All Year

Posted on: 29 January 2016

Making small renovations and updates to your home throughout the years is an effective way to maintain a high property value overall, as well as optimize comfort for everyone who happens to be living within your household. Expensive updates such as roof replacements and room additions can be helpful, but you don't have to spend a bundle in order to benefit from a few home updates once in a while. If you're looking to give your home a newer look and feel without breaking the bank, and maybe even saving some money as time goes on, consider implementing one or more of the following three home update ideas:
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Tips For Choosing The Right Tarps For Your Trucks

Posted on: 27 January 2016

When you're hauling a lot of materials that are vulnerable to damage, moisture and other hazards, you'll want to take steps to protect those materials as best as possible. One of the best ways to do this is by investing in a waterproof tarp for each of your trucks. Tarps are available in all shapes and sizes, which means that you're sure to find one that will fit the back side of your truck no matter how big it is.
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