New Year As An Opportunity For A Fresh Start

Posted on: December 27, 2012 by in Blog
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Use The New Year As An Opportunity For A Fresh Start The flip of the calendar year is the perfect opportunity to make personal and lifestyle changes. One of the most popular resolutions that people make is to improve their health and exercise routine so they can make a fresh start and get into better shape. Now is the time to develop fitness goals for a new you this new year. Despite your best intentions and resolutions to revamp your fitness routine each year, it’s easy to slip back into Continue Reading ...

Avoid Identity Theft During The Holidays

Posted on: December 10, 2012 by in Blog
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Six Must-Follow Tips To Avoid Identity Theft During The Holidays While you’re celebrating the season shopping for gifts, decorating your home and hosting festive parties, are thieves having their own celebration with your credit card and identity without you knowing it? The spirit of the holiday season can quickly be dampened if you become a victim of identity theft, but a few precautions can help keep your information safe. You can enjoy this special time of year and still protect your Continue Reading ...

Use A Fresh Start To Get Organized With These Tips

Posted on: December 3, 2012 by in Blog
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Whether you’re celebrating a new job, new house or new member of your family, fresh starts and major life events herald a time to rejoice. While you’re feeling good about a positive change in your life, it’s also a great time to get organized so you can focus on what’s to come instead of worrying about where to find this or where to put that. A large-scale reorganization of your home, office or life can seem like a tall order, but if you do it right, it can save you a lot of trouble down Continue Reading ...

Style And Sustainability

Posted on: November 8, 2012 by in Blog
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Style And Sustainability Two Ways To Really Raise The Roof While green is increasingly a factor in today’s roofing choices, having the ability to choose from a wide variety of colors in sustainable roofing is also a point of great satisfaction for discerning homeowners. One roofing manufacturer, InSpire Roofing, of The Tapco Group, takes the combination of style and sustainability to new heights, offering the widest range of slate colors in the industry, including Standard, Premium, Continue Reading ...

Upgrading Your Kitchen

Posted on: October 15, 2012 by in Blog
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Upgrading Your Kitchen from “Blah” To “Bling” For Less From cooking to entertaining, the kitchen – always the heart of the home – now takes center stage as the 21st century hub of the home. As families spend more time in their homes, today’s “command central” kitchen needs to be multi-functional and high-definition with easy-to-maintain surfaces dedicated to cooking, working, Web surfing and blogging, paying bills and doing homework, as well as creating a comfortable environment Continue Reading ...

Update Your Kitchen in a Weekend

Posted on: October 11, 2012 by in Blog
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Remodeling a kitchen is still one of the best value-enhancing investments you can make in your home. Remodeling Magazine’s 2011-2012 Cost vs. Value Report says that even minor kitchen remodels return more than 72 percent of your investment at the time of resale. Yet the cost of even a “minor remodel” doesn’t look that minor – $19,588 on average, according to the report. What if you don’t have that kind of budget? The good news is it’s possible to completely change the look and feel of Continue Reading ...

Completing A DIY Home Project

Posted on: October 10, 2012 by in Blog
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Simple Tips For Completing A DIY Home Project On Time And On Budget We are in the midst of a do-it-yourself revolution, with more Americans pulling out the tool belt and getting their hands dirty. If you’d like to hop on the DIY bandwagon and enjoy the money savings and pride that comes with completing a project yourself, it’s important to keep some tips in mind so your grand ideas don’t become grand disasters. The down economy has inspired many Americans to skip the pros and complete Continue Reading ...

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