Staging is the preparation of a home for sale by adding different furnishings and decorations. The process is often used before an open house. However, the home may remain staged for as long as it is on the market. If the seller continues to reside in the staged space, they may be asked to try to keep the home as tidy as possible to avoid detracting from the staged look. Some sellers may even temporarily avoid the use of certain areas of their home to ensure the space remains ready for showings. [Read More]
Three Ways To Add Hardscaping To Your Yard With Natural Stone Products
If you're like most people who love to garden, your outdoor living space is undoubtedly brimming with thriving flowers, shrubs, vines, vegetables, herbs, and trees — and you're probably proud of the way it looks. However, you may also feel as if it's somehow missing something but can't quite put your finger on what that might be. A lack of hardscaping elements is the most common reason why an otherwise beautifully landscaped yard nonetheless has an unfinished appearance. [Read More]
Helping Your Air Conditioner Work Efficiently
When summer comes around, it's time to start thinking about your air conditioner. You want it to work as efficiently as possible so that you and your family stay cool throughout the hot weather and you also want to keep your cooling bills under control. Here are some key tips that will help achieve these objectives. Shade your AC One great idea for keeping your air conditioner working efficiently to provide shade for your outdoor unit, which is known as the condenser. [Read More]
Is Cable Railing The Finishing Product For Your Deck?
Are you looking for an interesting and unique way to rail the deck on your home? If you're looking for some inspiration that'll not only keep people from falling off of the edge of the deck, but will also create an interesting look, it might be time to think about having a cable railing installed by a company like Tampa Bay Hand Railings. Here, you'll find a few tips that may help you dress up the basic cable railing and finish your deck beautifully. [Read More]