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Building a Beautiful Home Exterior

Whether building a new house or remodeling an older home, you may first consider a floorplan layout that best serves the needs of your family, but certainly also want to assure the exterior of the house is beautiful and appealing to you and your guests. There are few relatively simple ways to upgrade an older home or even add design changes to the blueprints for a new house.

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The Energy-Saving Home

Energy-saving technology has progressed by leaps and bounds over the past few years. The timing is perfect as energy costs continue to rise. However, energy saving only works if you incorporate it into your home, and there are a few reasonable means to add energy-saving options to your home without taking on the expenditure of a full remodel job.

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Functions of the Door

Most homeowners don't tend to think much about their entry doors, as long as they work and don't have noticeable drafts. However, the doors that came with the house were probably simply the generic design the contractor installed for economy and overall appeal rather than something to suit your tastes for cosmetic appeal while incorporating modern features for security and convenience.

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Can Window Replacement Add Home Value?

You can increase your home's value in a few ways. Among these, window replacement is the most controllable. Check out our coverage on window replacement.

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5 Things That Are Damaging Your Doors

Your doors might be durable, but they’ll get damaged if you don’t take care of them. Your door’s bulk is protected, but its frame, locking mechanism, and internal mechanisms are at risk. Regardless of how much use your doors get, beware of these five door-damaging factors.

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Is It Time to Replace Your Old Gutters?

Gutters are an invaluable component on your roof. The primary purpose of gutters is to channel water away from the base of your home to eliminate flooding, standing water, or splash stains up against the vinyl siding. Over time gutters are like any other part of the home. They experience wear and tear beyond any repairs. Below are a few telltale signs that your home's gutters need to be replaced.

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How to Reduce Noise in Your Home

Even if you’re not installing a home theater, you should care about your home’s ambient noise levels. The world is a loud place. With several household alterations, however, you can cut down on the noise levels. Your home is your haven, and you don’t deserve the outside noise. Below, we’re covering the best home improvement options to reduce noise, promote comfortable environments and transform a loud home into a silent paradise.

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The Best Windows, Room by Room

A house comes with windows, but they aren't always the best windows for the needs of you and your family. You can always upgrade existing windows to more efficient ones, and especially if they're older and need replacing you may want to consider some of the modern options which are available to add both beauty and function to your windows.

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Easy Ways to Make Your Home Stand Out This Spring

Spring is a time for new beginnings which often translates into people putting their homes on the market. Making your home stand out among all the other homes for sale this spring is made easier by paying attention to a few crucial methods of increasing its curb appeal. Even if you aren't in the market to sell your home, you can infuse it with freshness and increase its appeal by doing the following: 

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Ways You Can Save Energy During the Summer

Some people prefer the crisp air of a cold winter morning while others like the warm summer sunshine. One thing in common is you have to pay bills to keep the atmosphere inside your home comfortable, whether you're paying for heating or air conditioning. The difference is that during the winter you absolutely have to heat the home but in the summer there are means available to keep the house cool without having to run the air conditioner for 24 hours every day.

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