Top Myths Surrounding Granite Countertops

Posted on: 3 March 2015

Are you planning a kitchen remodel in the near future? Are you still trying to decide whether or not to have granite countertops installed? Here is the truth behind some myths that you may have heard from family and friends about granite countertops: Myth #1 Nothing can scratch a granite countertop: Not all countertops being sold as granite are true granite. While these types of stone may be just as beautiful as true granite, they may actually be much softer.
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Four Outdoor Features You May Want To Take With You When You Move

Posted on: 24 February 2015

If you are planning to move, you may have planned a truck and moving service to help you with all the things inside of your home, but you may want to take other things with you. You may want to take things like garden items, and above ground pool, ponds or landscaping materials with you. These may not be things that the regular moving service can provide you with. Here are four tips to help you with moving unconventional items when you are relocating:
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How Real Are Real Estate Reality Shows?

Posted on: 13 February 2015

Real estate reality shows take the viewer behind-the-scenes during the home-buying process, many from establishing a budget to signing on the dotted line. These programs provide useful tips for buying and selling, but also a voyeuristic chance to see properties one might not get otherwise. But just how grounded in reality are these so-called reality shows? Time Crunch When buying a home, tasks such as applying for a mortgage, picking a real estate agent, or dealing with a home inspection can take months.
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Two Proactive Ways To Preserve Your Pipes

Posted on: 4 February 2015

No one wants to deal with a tough clog or leaking pipe, and replacing pipes in your home can be pretty costly. It's a lot easier to prevent plumbing issues in the first place rather than dealing with them when they do arise. Here are two ways you can reduce your risk of pipe damage today. Install a Water Softener Hard water contains the minerals calcium and magnesium, which deposit easily on the inside of your pipes.
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