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Friday, October 21, 2011
Hopefully in the first quarter of 2012, there will be a solution! Green and Eco-Friendly.
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Saturday, October 15, 2011
If your home is on the market, curb appeal counts but so does scent. As soon as the prospective buyer opens the front door, they experience your home’s unique odors. It’s a first impression based on whether they experience a pleasing smell, or if something immediately turns them off. Don’t underestimate the importance of smell because you don’t get a second change to change a first impression.
Smoke and pet odors are the most important, but many times both homeowners and realtors forget about carpets and basements.
High traffic carpets can collect unpleasant smells. Sprinkle some baking soda on the carpet for a few hours and then vacuum up to remove the odor.
Both finished and unfinished areas located below street level are the place buyers know to take a whiff. The continual usage of a dehumidifier prevents odors from starting. If you have not been diligent about this, cut an onion in half, place it on a plate and leave it overnight in the basement. Remove and once the aroma dissipates it will smell fresh.
Never ever cover up odors with sprays, candles, or diffusers. Buyers will pick up right away on your deception and then be wondering what else you are hiding.
If a closet has been closed up for a while, the clothes can start to smell musty; the buyer opens it and is hit in the face with the smell of worn clothing and shoes. To remove the smell, you need to remove the bacteria. Do you know how to do this?
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Monday, October 10, 2011
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Need a new microwave, oven or TV? Take advantage this weekend and save on the tax. If your purchase for a few items together cost more than $2,500, you can pay for them individually.Specific information
It's August and energy bills have gone way up. Wouldn't you would like your home to run more efficiently and less expensively?
Home energy providers, local retail equipment providers, equipment manufacturers and various local and national energy agencies have Websites such as energysavers.gov that offer videos and tutorials on what to look for and where to find it. Here are a few websites and resources to get you started:
Efficiency and Renewable Energy
Save money and do it wisely at the same time!