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5 Kitchen Upgrades To Make Your Inner Host Flourish

Posted on: September 8, 2017 by in Blog, home improvement, How To
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You love entertaining and treating guests to delectable dishes and fun times. Unfortunately, your kitchen layout, appliances and even the faucet are so downright unappealing that the thought of planning and preparing a party menu is equally unpleasant.  What do you do when you’re built to entertain, but your kitchen is not? Renovate! Reason to Renovate The kitchen is a favorite room to remodel, and a minor kitchen refresh can return more than 80 percent of your investment at the time of Continue Reading ...

How To Lower Your Monthly Mortgage Payment

Posted on: September 1, 2017 by in Blog, home improvement, How To
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Owning your own home comes with many advantages, including escaping rising rents and the personal and financial stability associated with homeownership. Fortunately, millions of Americans, with less than 20 percent down, have been able to buy a home sooner thanks to mortgage insurance (MI). If you don’t put down 20 percent of the mortgage cost, you will likely be required to purchase MI, which enables low-down-payment borrowers to qualify for home financing from lenders. While Continue Reading ...

4 Home Innovations That Protect Against Moisture

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  There is an insidious enemy that every homeowner dreads: moisture and the damage and degradation it can cause if left unchecked. Luckily, home improvement manufacturers have discovered new ways to prevent moisture from penetrating the home in the first place. With new home product innovations, there is no reason to suffer the costly and damaging effects of rain, snow or ice.   Unique fasteners add longevity to decks Innovative fastening methods can extend the life of Continue Reading ...

Boston Home Inspection Lawn Care Tactics

Posted on: December 9, 2015 by in Blog, home improvement, How To
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  Lawn Care Tactics Guaranteed To Save Your Winter Worries   Chiller nights and shorter days surely are a sure indication winter is on its way. Smart householders use this time to prepare their homes against the season's wrath. You too can defend your property and eliminate winter issues by having a few simple projects which can be carried out in one weekend or less. Here are the Boston Home Inspection lawn care tactics to save your winter worries. Dispose of dead leaves Continue Reading ...

Fight Roof Damage with Boston Home Inspection

Posted on: November 30, 2015 by in Blog, home improvement, How To
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  Fight Roof Damage From Ice Dams Before It's Too Late Each winter, the inevitable happens as snow falls and the temperature inside and outside the home fluctuates - icicles form. While icicles are considered a common sight throughout the colder months, they can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home. While homeowners may not realize it, icicles are the result of ice dams that form on the roof. Ice dams can silently wreak havoc on roofs, leaving a trail of damage unseen Continue Reading ...

Add Value To Your Home with Boston Home Inspection

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5 Outdoor Projects That Will Add Value To Your Home   Everyone wants a great outdoor space, but backyard projects can be a lot of work - and in many cases, a lot of money. So it just makes sense to choose projects that will enhance your quality of living for summers to come as well as yield a great return on investment. Here, then, are five value-building outdoor projects that pay off in more ways than one. Add a wood deck Decks are great additions for multiple reasons. Continue Reading ...

Have Your Home Inspected Before You Sell It: Boston Home Inspection Tips

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Have Your Home Inspected Before You Sell It   Are you ready to move out of your current home? Before putting it on the real estate market, you may want to consider having the home inspected. A home inspection is performed by a professional and certified home inspector who knows just what to look for to make sure that the home you are planning to sell is safe for others to live in. The inspector is thorough and will spend time looking at every inch of the home. Have your home Continue Reading ...