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3 Ways To Have The Most Beautiful Holiday Lights

How Your Lights Can Be Safe, Stunning and Saved for Posterity Image from Landscape Illuminations on Houzz Holiday lights in and outside your home can be a lovely way to celebrate the season — not to mention light up the … Continue reading

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Seasonal Infographics For Your Home

From Safety to Décor, These Visual Statistics Cover It All From Brightnest comes a handy list of safety tips to see you through the season. MetLife Insurance wants to make sure your entertaining goes off without a hitch with these … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways To Pretty Up Your Front Door

Make the Most Of Your Home’s First Impression 1. Light the way One of the nicest ways to welcome people into your home is with pretty lighting that leads them to your door. If the lighting by your front door … Continue reading

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5 Tricks To Keep Your Energy Bill From Groaning This Holiday

Little Things Can Make a Big Difference 1. Set the mood Dimmer switches on your lights not only help keep the mood festive — they help lower your energy consumption and extend the life span of your bulbs. Dimming your lights … Continue reading

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No Nails Kitchen Makeover

No Nails Kitchen Makeover The Power of Paint Don’t forget the inside As you can see from these great pictures on LiveLoveDIY — painting the inside of your kitchen cabinets can have a powerful visual impact. Check out her whole story … Continue reading

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Is Your House Haunted?

And What You Should Do About It What WAS that? Are doors open that you swear you closed? Lights on that you turned off? Sounds coming from places no sound should be coming from? Keep a journal and write down … Continue reading

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3 Ways To Save On Your Homeowners Insurance

Part 2: Get the Most From Your Insurance While Still Keeping Your Home Protected   1. Consider Your Deductible If your policy includes a low deductible, consider raising it — a higher deductible will almost always mean a reduction in your … Continue reading

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