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How to Keep Things Flowing Smoothly in the Kitchen

Nothing throws a monkey wrench (no pun intended) into your daily life faster than a plumbing problem in the kitchen. From a leaky faucet to a clogged garbage disposal, unexpected issues in the most-used room of the house can wreak havoc on your schedule and your wallet. To troubleshoot problems before they turn into large and costly repairs, Roto-Rooter offers... (more)

Tips to Make Your Space Appear Bigger

Visual tricks are a very important tool of interior design. Colors, light, furniture and decorative pieces can be arranged the right way to make a statement or to make a space look smaller…or bigger. You no longer have to sacrifice comfort because you live in a small, enclosed place. With a few visual tricks and some key elements, any room can appear bigger... (more)

Are You Ready to Look for Your First Home?

Buying your first home doesn’t need to be overwhelming, and the more prepared you are, the better. Here are a few tips and tools to make first-time home-buying a little easier. Take a class. You shouldn’t be at all ashamed to take a first-time homebuyer education course, many of which are offered online. They provide potential homebuyers with detailed information,... (more)

Top Benefits of Installing a Tankless Water Heater

As is the case with most household appliances, modern technological advancements can result in massive improvements. This means you’ll need to stay up-to-date on the latest breakthroughs in order to ensure maximum performance and return on investment in the future. Here are the top benefits of installing a tankless water heater in your home: Save Money... (more)

5 Signs You're Ready to Buy a Vacation Home

You’ve just returned from a trip to the beach. You ask yourself: Why should I continue to pay rental fees when I could own a vacation home and rent it out? Unless you’re fairly wealthy, you’ll need to make sure you can commit to buying a seasonal home before you start shopping around. Here are five indications that you’re ready to take... (more)

7 Late-Summer Projects for Your Home

Even though you’re still enjoying the lazy days of summer (as you should!), there are several tasks you can and should be doing to start prepping your home and yard for fall. Taking some small steps now will not only lessen the workload down the road but also help you avoid the stress and expense of emergency situations in the thick of the cooler weather. Have... (more)

For Sale! Top Tips for First-Time Home Sellers

Selling a home can be very lucrative, but you need to make sure you don’t make any major mistakes. Many first-time sellers hit roadblocks that end up costing them time and money. Here are a few simple tips that will help you sell your home quickly and at the right price: Focus on Minor Upgrades Unless you have endless funds to spend on major renovation... (more)

Home Maintenance: 5 Quick Exterior Fixes

It can be easy for the exterior of your home to look a bit worn after just a few years. Maintenance tasks that need to be taken care of get put off due to time constraints, and the fact that you don’t necessarily see them every day. If you find yourself in this situation, consider these five outdoor fixes that’ll have your home in tip-top shape in... (more)

Put Your Home Equity to Good Use

With home values enjoying a steady rise over the past several years, most Americans have witnessed a return of home equity, and many are leveraging that equity toward other important financial goals. A recent study by LendingTree, which assessed home equity loan requests since the start of 2018, tracked six uses for home equity loans: home improvement; debt consolidation;... (more)

Zen Zone: Bring Peace to Your Bedroom

We all want a little less anxiety in our lives. When it comes to creating a zen zone at home, you should start with your bedroom. Your room isn’t merely the place to rest your head—it’s where you wake, and the vibe of your room can set the tone for the rest of your day. Below are five tips for bringing a peaceful vibe to your bedroom. Calming colors.... (more)

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