Entries by Erik Zerrenner

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Add Value to Your Home

Is your home older and the front door has seen better days? Consider investing in a new insulated steel front door. A new front door will not only improve your home’s energy efficiency all year long, but it will also enhance security. Paint the new door a bold color that complements your home’s style and be prepared for a great transformation of your entryway.

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Save Water at Home

We live in a time when access to clean water is often taken for granted. Wasting water is not sustainable and leads to high utility bills. To start saving money, track usage to monitor how much water you normally use. From there you can determine how to cut back. Here are a few easy ways to save water at home.

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Fall Curb Appeal

You’ve worked hard to keep your curb appeal up all summer long, and now that the season is changing, you don’t want to lose it. You’ll need to adjust to the cooler weather and its effect on your home’s exterior. Follow these tips for fall curb appeal.

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Moving to a new state

If you’ve decided to relocate to another state, it can be daunting to know how to prepare for the move. Moving across state lines requires more planning and resources than a move within the same town. Here are a few important tips to follow when you are moving to a new state.

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Home More Efficient

If your home is more than 10 years old, there are likely some things you can do to make it more environmentally-friendly. Using technology and changing your habits will increase your home’s efficiency and reduce your utility bills.  Some of the ways to make your home more efficient are simple while others take some work and financial investment.

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Spring Cleaning Tips

During spring cleaning, it’s easy to remember to clean the obvious spots like closets, floors, and windows. However, several other places in the home are commonly overlooked during this time. Read on to find some great spring cleaning tips for areas of the home you might have missed.