I can’t underscore the importance of this enough…When you have a contractor doing work on your home which requires a permit, the first step is to make sure they get a permit from your local municipality. The last step is to make sure the permit has a final sign off by your municipality before your final payment to the contractor. Otherwise, you have an open permit. An open permit means…
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5 Best to Be Not Found!
When preparing for your next showing or open house, I would recommend making sure you have the these things where only you can find them! Medications Electronics – as much as possible Bills and Personal/Financial information Valuables – Money, Jewelry, etc. Any type of weapon…
Look At Your Liners
It only costs about $3 to fix this problem. However, it’s hard for a buyer to recover from once they see it.
5 Things That Cost Less Than $5
And can improve the look or condition of your home… 1. Shower liner – It is very common for mold to collect over time on your shower liner. 2. Air filter Replace or clean once a month and your AC will be running well for doing…
One Alarm Not to Disarm!
Your smoke alarms! Don’t ignore that annoying beeping of a dying battery. Don’t take the battery out. And don’t disassemble the alarm altogether. Whether it is replacing the battery, fixing the alarm or getting a new one, just do what it takes to get it…
Change it Out
Even though people take their shower curtain and accessories when they move, prospective buyers still don’t want to see rust, dirt or tears. Time to get a new set if yours is looking similar to the ones in this picture. Keep it inexpensive and go…
Need to Paint?
When you see chipped, peeling or worn paint the answer is – yes you do!
Whether it’s your baseboards, crown molding or whatever else that has cracked, separated or in need of sealing, caulk can probably do the trick. At less than $5 a tube, starting caulking! It will give a more finished look to whatever area you are addressing.…
There is Only One Place It Should Go
To replace a roll of toilet paper with another one takes about a minute, at most. However, it’s always amazes me to see how many different places people put it other than where it should be. None! On the Countertop On the toilet …