• A home isn’t just a place to rest and sleep. It’s a place to enjoy, live in and make cherished memories. As homes and properties age, they can suffer from certain forms of both functional and aesthetic decay, leaving them less than desirable places in which to live. Whether you intend to stay in your… [Continue Reading]

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  • Our homes are fortresses of solitude and safety. They are our asylums. However, most criminals have no problem violating the sanctity of our homes. If given the right opportunity, they will enter our homes, rob us,  or even harm us. While it may not happen in your lifetime, there will always be a risk of… [Continue Reading]

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    5 Key Ways to Make Your Home More Secure
  • Your family is growing, so you and your spouse decide to ditch your one-room apartment to buy a house. You find one that you like and open up negations with the seller. After a long wait and a lot of paperwork, you reach the day you’ve been waiting for. The closing day. Today is the… [Continue Reading]

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    What Happens on Closing Day? Everything That Home Buyers Can Expect
  • Are you looking for a way to take your backyard to the next level? Why not add a swimming pool? Certainly, adding a swimming pool to your backyard can be a big expense. After all, the average cost of building an inground swimming pool is $25,000 – $29,600.  So, is it really worth all that… [Continue Reading]

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