What’s the difference between remodel vs. renovation? We’ve got you covered with a brief explanation of each process and how to choose which task is right for you and your home.
Having plenty of home security options to choose from is very important. This is because your home is your most valuable investment, so keeping it safe should be one of your highest priorities as a homeowner, first time or [...]
Small rustic kitchens can add a layer of coziness to any home. Often, they remind us of days gone by and create an atmosphere that makes any house truly feel more like a home.
We love small rustic kitchens around our office, which is why we’ve put together this list of helpful hints to get you started creating your dream kitchen.
So, whether you want to customize your own, or are looking for a home with an existing perfect kitchen, here are some key [...]
Here are the best winter renovations to increase equity to your home…instantly.
Winter isn’t coming – it’s here! As the snow falls and the temperature drops, there are certain home maintenance items that you need to start keeping in mind for the upcoming season. Here are a few winter-specific tasks to help ensure you’re [...]
It's time to invest in your spare room! Whether you're interested in a yoga studio, home office, or guest suite, here are 5 tips for turning your spare room into your dream room.
Are you thinking about moving during the summer? Moving this time of year comes with a set of unique challenges. Here's everything you need to know to succeed:
It's warming up out there, so if you want to start spending more time outside, here are the patio makeover ideas you need for your best summer yet.
Are you looking for cheap ways to remodel your kitchen? Sprucing up one of the most used rooms in your home doesn’t need to break the bank. Here are three easy ways to keep costs low without compromising your [...]
Leaving Maine for the winter? Here’s what you need to do to ensure your home remains cozy and safe while you’re away:
Turn your Heat Down
Heat should be turned down, but not off. Since it stays below freezing for most of the winter, you don’t want to turn your heat off completely or your pipes might freeze. Experts say that 55 degrees (or a [...]
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