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How to Insulate a Garage Door

Garage door insulation can make your life warmer, cooler, and quieter. It lowers energy bills, acts as a barrier between you and street noise, and brightens an otherwise dreary space.

Garage door insulation is an easy DIY project; it’ll cost you about $200 to insulate two 9-foot-wide doors. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Replace a Toilet Handle

Is your toilet flush handle broken, rusted, pocked, or just plain and old-fashioned looking? Maybe it’s always loose, no matter how many times you tighten that nut on the inside of the tank? Read the rest of this entry »

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Easy, Budget-Friendly Ceiling Ideas

It’s common to upgrade floors and walls to give rooms more appeal, but ceilings (sometimes referred to as the fifth wall) are often overlooked. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Pick Paint Colors to Fix Any Room’s Quirks

Every home suffers a few negatives, but not every solution requires pricey structural changes. Paint is a frugal remodeler’s go-to solution to perk up a problem room. Read the rest of this entry »

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Why Real Estate Assessments Matter

You might not think too hard about your real estate assessment, the dollar value the local government puts on your house and land. You should. The assessment determines how much you pay in property taxes. Read the rest of this entry »

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Save Money With a Fireplace Insert

Sitting before a crackling fire may be your favorite winter warm-up, but an old-fashioned fireplace isn’t only an inefficient heating source, it also can create high levels of smoke inside and outside your home. Read the rest of this entry »

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