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Protecting Your Flooring From A Real Christmas Tree

Posted on: November 30th, 2018

Artificial trees are becoming more and more popular — and realistic — but there’s something magical about the sight and smell of a real Christmas tree. The downside is that whether you place your tree on hardwood or carpet, a natural tree can be a problem for your flooring. Here’s what you can do to…

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Should You Have Carpet Installed On Your Stairs?

Posted on: November 27th, 2018

When you get new carpet put in your home, you might get an offer to have carpet installed on your stairs as well. By square footage, carpeting a flight of stairs is quite a bit trickier than carpeting a room, due to all the tucking and tacking that needs to be done. So is it…

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What Causes Squeaky Floors Under Carpets And What To Do About It

Posted on: November 26th, 2018

Choosing carpets isn’t just about picking a soft, comfortable carpet that will look good with your furniture as well. Installation is a crucial component of the process — if it’s skimped on, you’ll end up with problems like loose carpet, wrinkles, and yes, squeaky floors. Here are some of the main reasons you might have…

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DIY Don’ts — Leave It To The Pros

Posted on: November 21st, 2018

We’re big fans of improving your home on a budget, and a lot of times, that means doing the work yourself rather than spending a lot of money on a contractor or other professional. Sometimes, though, the work is complicated enough or dangerous enough that you shouldn’t attempt it without some serious know-how. Here are…

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How To Avoid Holes In Your Carpet

Posted on: November 17th, 2018

Holes in your carpet are very annoying — they stand out like a sore thumb, and while you can try to repair them yourself with patches or crocheting, the repair is still noticeable until you fix the whole carpet. Here are some common causes of holes in carpets and how to avoid them. Dogs Sometimes…

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Holiday Decorating On A Budget

Posted on: November 15th, 2018

You want to decorate your home for the holidays but all those decorations can really add up, and it doesn’t make sense to break the bank for something that’s only going to be up for a few weeks out of the year. Here are some tips to liven up your home to make it festive…

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10 Uses For Your Old Carpet

Posted on: November 12th, 2018

So you just upgraded your carpet. Congratulations! Now you have all these big rolls of old carpet that you don’t know what to do with. Well, don’t drive them to the landfill just yet! Here are some ideas to put that old carpet to use. 1. Recycle Your Old Carpet Carpet fibers don’t break down…

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What To Upgrade In Your Home Before You Sell

Posted on: November 5th, 2018

Your home is probably your biggest investment, so when you finally make the decision to sell it, you’ll want to get the best return you can. You’ll want to make renovations to boost your home’s value, but not all renovations are created equal. Here are a few renovation ideas that will deliver you the best…

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Should You Put An Area Rug Over Carpet?

Posted on: November 1st, 2018

Putting an area rug over carpet seems redundant — ask a group of people, and you’ll get a lot of different answers as to whether you should bother or not. But decor is subjective, so in the end, it’s up to you whether you think it fits your home or not. Here are some things…

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Stay Cozy This Winter With Hygge

Posted on: October 30th, 2018

You might have heard the word before, but with the winter months closing in, you’ll be hearing it more and more. The word is hygge — pronounced roughly “hoo-guh” — and it comes from Danish. It’s not a word that translates easily to English, but it refers to a general attitude of contentment and well-being…

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