But you don’t have to sacrifice the spirit of springtime just because you spotted a snowflake. Some people say denial is a bad thing; we say it’s a survival technique. Keep your home in a cheerful, spring-like stasis all season long by following these simple tips.
Buy (or build!) a window box.
First you need to ask yourself a few questions. Are you relocating and, if so, for how long? Are you testing out a neighborhood or are you unsure you can afford to buy a home?
You need to determine the location you are considering and its proximity to work. If you want a residential neighborhood then you need to know if there are apartment buildings to choose from or mostly house rentals. If you have children then you need to determine whether your child will attend a private school or use the public school system.
When you rent in a building generally they will have a management company that oversees the day-to-day operations and have set prices for...
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Using at least 75 percent less energy and lasting 25 times longer than incandescent lighting, residential LEDs, especially ENERGY STAR-rated products, can help you significantly reduce the cost of lighting your home. And this is truer than ever, as the price of this technology has declined and the uses for it have expanded. Even LED decorative holiday lighting can be...
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