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The Ultimate Checklist for Winterizing Your Home This Fall

The Ultimate Checklist for Winterizing Your Home This Fall

Summer technically hasn’t even ended yet and we’re already thinking about winter. This may seem crazy; however, there are a lot of things that you should be doing to your home in the fall season to help make your life easier and the lifetime of your home longer come winter. So take out your planner, free up a weekend in September, and go to town on this house prep checklist. Tackle the gutters: We know it’s easy to forget about your roof situation since it’s not staring you in the face every day. However, it’s extremely important to clean out…

Best Exterior Colors If You’re Looking to Sell Your Home

Best Exterior Colors If You’re Looking to Sell Your Home

If you’re considering selling your home, it might be in your best interest to paint the exterior. Selling a home can be a long, frustrating process. Making an investment before selling can increase the selling speed and raise the home’s value. We’ve identified several colors as the best options for selling your house. Even if you’re not looking to sell right now, it’s never a bad idea to invest in home improvements, especially ones that increase curb appeal. White or off-white: Whites look good for most homes and landscapes. In fact, according to surveys, nearly 40% of people like white…

How To Store Paint

How To Store Paint

After you’ve finished your painting project, it’s important to properly store any leftover paint. This process isn’t as simple as hammering the lid back on the can and setting it on your basement floor. You need to take the proper steps to ensure the paint is safely stored. It is also important to store the paint properly for cosmetic reasons—if a wall needs a touch-up, it’s more cost-effective to reuse paint than buy a new can. Tips For Storing Paint Avoid extreme temperatures: Paint is meant to be stored at room temperature—about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. When paint is stored in…

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