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10 Budget Friendly Ways To Boost Curb Appeal

Looking to sell your home, or just remake your space? Here’s 10 helpful tips and tricks, curated by HomeProMatch, to boost your curb appeal!

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5 Types Of Home Additions & Their Cost

Looking for a way to expand your living space, but are unsure of the cost? HomeProMatch has gathered together 5 common Home Additions and their costs to help you get started today!

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Five Stunning Ceiling Ideas To Upgrade Your Space

Browse dazzling ceiling upgrades for homeowners on any budget! With so many possibilities, it's easy to design a ceiling that fits your space and budget.

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Sealing Hvac Ducts From The Inside With Aeroseal

If your home is heated and cooled with air, take a few minutes to inspect the ductwork that distributes it throughout your home. You can typically find it in the basement, attic, or in a utility closet on the main level. Turn on the furnace or air conditioner to activate the blower, and look for a hole, gap, or loose joint in nearby supply ducts. Hold your hand over trouble spot and feel for air leakage. To find very small cracks, take a candle with you. Blow it out and watch what happens to the...

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Wet Basements And Their Effect On House Value

In a slow housing market, such as the one we've suffered through during the past five or six years, sellers should be proactive about making wet basement repairs - or risk losing thousands of dollars when they sell their house. That's the message from Realtors like Barbara Snyder, an agent for Coldwell Banker in Newtown, Conn."Any kind of water issue will make people turn and run - even if it's just a little puddle off in the corner. I'm shocked at how fearful people are," she says.If you're pla...

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How To Keep Your Cool

Whether you suffer from soaring temperatures for 2 months a year or 6, there are some no-sweat things to make your life cooler. The methods you choose will depend on several variables, not the least of which is your own internal thermostat. Some people can tolerate more heat than others. If you're not afraid of a little perspiration, for example, any number of low-tech solutions may be all you need.As a bonus, low-tech tends to be greener and less expensive than mechanical solutions. If your tol...

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Craftsmanship In The Attic

What's so difficult about an attic insulation upgrade? Plenty.For just about any kind of job you might imagine, there are distinct differences between doing the work and doing the work REALLY WELL. This rule applies across every profession, from cleaning houses to managing stock portfolios. It's worth mentioning in the field of home energy upgrades because consumers don't always know what details define completed work as good, better or best. Homeowners can discern craftsmanship when new counter...

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Insulate Your Basement For Year-Round Comfort

A typical basement, in winter, is like having an air conditioner running under your floorboards. In summer, it's akin to living above a swamp, with damp foundation walls and floors, sweaty pipes, musty odors, and many-legged creatures scurrying about.There are two ways to solve these problems, insulating the basement "ceiling" and insulating the basement walls. Deciding which is best for you and your home is best left to an energy expert, but it's helpful to understand your options.Option 1: Ins...

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How Ductwork Affects Room Temperatures

What do athletes and dancers have in common with HVAC systems? Good balance!Without it, all sorts of fumbles, falls, and fiascos can ensue. For example, one room or floor of a house might be uncomfortably hot while another too cold. Air you've paid to heat gets pushed through cracks and gaps in windows and doors to the outdoors. Meanwhile, unhealthy, humid air gets drawn into living spaces from basements and crawl spaces. Both the former (exfiltration) and latter (infiltration) cause heating cos...

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6 Reasons To Install New Basement Windows

Why replace my basement windows?Despite their small size, these windows can play a surprisingly large role in your home's comfort, energy efficiency and curb appeal. Everyone knows about the benefits of replacement windows. If you've got old wood windows with peeling paint, or windows that are difficult to operate or allow chilly air into the house in the winter, replacement windows can make life a lot easier. Most replacement windows are maintenance-free, thanks to vinyl or clad construction t...

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