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September, 2012

  • 20 September

    5 Ways to Keep Common Pests Away

    Common Pests

    Pest control can become a major problem for many residents, and nobody looks forward to the frustration that comes from combating them. Naturally, the best method of all is to implement prevention techniques to deter insects and rodents from becoming attracted to your living quarters in the first place. If ...

  • 20 September

    Give Your Home a Face Lift

    Home a Face Lift

    Renovating a home is such an expensive exercise; there are ways to give your home a modern face lift without spending a fortune. You are probably tired of your home, it’s looked the same for years as your friends homes have grown and developed, adding additional rooms or renovating the ...

  • 17 September

    What Kind of Flooring is the Best for San Diego’s Climate?

    What Kind of Flooring is the Best for San Diego’s Climate

    When choosing the best type of flooring for your home, there are several advantages and disadvantages to consider based on the type of climate you live in. First of all, there is the issue of comfort, important for those whose flooring needs require them to have a soft base. Carpet ...

  • 13 September

    CFLs, LEDs, and Eco-Friendly Light

    Eco-Friendly Light

    The incandescent light bulb revolutionized how we navigated the world, paving the way for numerous other inventions and technological marvels. Unfortunately, the incandescent bulb has begun to show its age in recent years. Incandescent bulbs are less efficient than other forms of lighting, converting more than 90 percent of its ...

  • 13 September

    Ground Cover Alternatives to Grass

    Alternatives to Grass

    Healthy, well-pruned grass is the staple of any lawn, but grass can be quite the expensive investment. Not only do you have to water the grass every day, but you also have to factor in the time and energy spent mowing, weeding, fertilizing, and getting rid of pests. It’s time ...

  • 13 September

    How to Remodel Your Living Room on a Budget

    Living Room on a Budget

    Don’t let the magazines and TV shows fool you. You don’t have to spend thousands to create a new look in your living room. In fact, you don’t even have to spend a thousand. There are a number of inexpensive, and free, tricks you can use to make your living ...

  • 13 September

    Home Improvement Advice That You Can Use

    home improvement

    Home improvements can increase the value of a home. There are a few simple remodeling tips which can maximize your property’s value. Keep reading for some original ideas that will help you make some changes to your home and increase its value. Windows that have a secondary glazing should be ...

  • 12 September

    How to Incorporate Unique Doors into Your Architecture

    unique doors

    Doors are a beautiful addition to any home. But knowing how to properly choose the kind of doors that will best fit into your architecture can be a tricky task. Doors are the conduits into your home, and therefore it’s necessary that they make a sort of stylistic introduction to ...

  • 12 September

    Dress up Your Home with Custom Furniture

    Custom Furniture

    Something is custom when it’s made by hand according to unique specifications. Custom furniture makers craft beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces for homes and other interior spaces to help make them unique and beautiful. A custom home is one with its own architectural design, and a unique home deserves luxury furniture to ...

  • 12 September

    What to Look For when Buying Outdoor Furniture

    Buying Outdoor Furniture

    In San Diego outdoor furniture is a household necessity. With near-perfect weather for most of the year and little precipitation, the options for furnishing your outdoor spaces are practically limitless. By adding comfortable furniture to your outdoor rooms and spaces, you can bring people outdoors for some much needed sunshine ...

  • 12 September

    The Best Boxes for your House Move

    house move

    When you’re getting ready to move house one of the most important decisions you can make is which boxes you will use to pack your possessions. Not all boxes are alike and the last thing you need is for a box to fall apart in transit. Luckily, there are lots ...

  • 12 September

    Things To Consider While Buying A Carbon Monoxide Detector

    Carbon Monoxide Detector

    Carbon monoxide is a colourless and odourless gas which is very hard to detect and can cause serious problems in a home. In extreme conditions, carbon monoxide can even lead to poisoning and eventual death. Incomplete combustion of fossil fuels is usually the main cause for formation of carbon monoxide. ...