Spring cleaning supplies

This year the spring season begins on March 20 and runs through June 21. While it’s not uncommon to have cold temperatures and even snow during the early days of spring, it’s still that time of year we associate with hope, brighter days, and renewal. As a season of renewal, it’s the perfect time to indulge in spring cleaning.

Spring cleaning for your home doesn’t have to be a heavy task. It can be completed in portions and with a plan in place, you’ll be done in no time and ready to enjoy the more temperate weather.

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Key to house

Nearly 6.5 million homes were sold in the United States during 2021. The last time that number passed six million was 2006. It’s no secret, people want to own their own home. And why not? There are many benefits to being a homeowner and we’re going to take a look at three of them.

Building Equity

Owning a home has been part of the American Dream for decades. Most homebuyers make the purchase using some form of financing, usually a mortgage through a lender like a bank.

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Person budgeting their home maintenance

Do you make a New Year’s resolution? Nearly 75-percent of all Americans make at least one every January. The top resolutions typically are losing weight/getting more active and saving more money. But what if you made a different kind of resolution this year?

Have you ever considered making a New Year’s resolution for your home maintenance? We’ve got four ways you can resolve to upgrade your home maintenance in the new year.

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It’s so much fun to surprise someone with a great gift, something you picked especially for them, but it also can be stressful when you’re not sure what to get. Whether you’re welcoming a new neighbor or celebrating a new home purchase for a close friend or family member, we have five great gift ideas for the homeowners in your life.

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Family cuddling and preparing to eat a holiday dinner

The holiday season is coming! For many, the holiday season kicks off in early to mid-November as prep for Thanksgiving and December celebrations like Christmas, Hanukkah, Las Posadas, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s Eve draw nearer. Before the holiday season begins, you’ll want to get your house prepped before family and friends arrive.

Whatever you’re celebrating—don’t miss National Cookie Day on December 4—there is sure to be a list of chores to do before the party can start. Save yourself time, energy, and hassle by hiring out a few of the big tasks.

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Home with Halloween decorations

It’s officially haunted house season! Summer has melted into fall, the weather is cooling, and the days are inching closer and closer to Halloween. However, while it’s fun to visit spooky attractions, you definitely don’t want your home becoming the neighborhood’s haunted house.

We’ve got five tips that can help keep your home from looking like the neighborhood haunted house.

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Expert window cleaning

In the United States, the average home has four to six rooms, with larger homes having eight or more rooms. How many rooms does your home have? Six, eight, ten? The upkeep of any size home can be daunting because, let’s face it, we’re busy. We have a lot to do every day and there are chores that become easier and easier to push aside as time passes.

The good news? You don’t have to do it all alone. Look to professionals for help. They’re trained and have what it takes to get the job done right in a way that’s timely and safe.

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For sale sign

In 2020, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), 5.64 million existing homes were sold. This number does not include newly constructed homes or homes placed on the market and not sold. Statista numbers predict that home sales will rise to 7.1 million in 2021.

If you’re planning to sell your home, it’s essential to keep in mind there can be a lot of competition. Homes that are prepped and offer curb appeal typically attract the most interest and can sell for a more competitive price.

These top five ways to prepare a home for sale may help sell your home faster at the price you command.

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House surrounded by lush green vegetation

It’s been said that “Time will pass and seasons will come and go.” (Roy Bean) When it comes to window cleaning, it’s essential to act in the present and not let the season pass by without calling in the professionals.

Isn’t Professional Window Cleaning Expensive?

The expense of hiring a professional window cleaning team depends on many factors. It’s also routine home maintenance that if left unchecked, can cause damage that can bust a budget.

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Your home is likely the largest purchase you’ll make, and it’s essential to keep up with routine maintenance. From gutter cleaning to HVAC inspections, flushing the hot water heater, aerating the lawn, and draining sprinkler systems, the chore list teems with seasonal, annual, and even monthly chores. It often feels never-ending and even overwhelming. However, skipping maintenance chores can lead to costly issues.

Gutters do more than just catch debris. Gutters protect your home from water damage that’s expensive to repair. Routine gutter cleaning eliminates clogs and keeps the water flowing. If you ignore the gutter cleaning, the consequences can be costly.

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