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Preparing for the Summer: Structures for You to DIY

When people think of furniture or structures at home, they don’t immediately think of building as related to them unless they are builders by profession. At most, they may think about where they can buy furniture or hire people to build their structures. But haven’t you ever considered the possibility of you doing it yourself?

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What Can You Build in Your Large Backyard?

Do you have a large open space at home? We all know how much a large property would cost these days. It will be a bit of a waste if you don’t take advantage of it. Adding a few structures can greatly improve your quality of life and make your home more personalised. Some would

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Wiring: 5 Types You Use at Home

In any electrical system that powers your lights, your wall sockets, heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system, there are different types of electrical wires that are cramped together—each working with different functions. But if you’re not well-versed when it comes to these things, you may think that they’re all just wires, and you can fix them

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Saving Money on Renovation Costs

A financial expert weighed in on how the pandemic will affect construction. He warned homeowners that renovation and construction costs might set you back 50 percent more and take 50 percent longer than usual. These numbers are brutal and most likely enough to deter any homeowner from doing home projects while the pandemic and recession

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Alternative Living Needs: Elderly-friendly Home Improvements

Your home should be a safe and accessible space that helps you live your life with ease and comfort. Your needs will change as you age, and making the home renovations now that you will need later is a great way to avoid stress and difficulties. An accessible and elder-friendly home is a welcoming space for people

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Five Ways to Combine Safety and Beauty in Your Home

When you’re trying to increase the safety of your home, you’d normally fill it with corner guards, security devices, grilles, and non-slip floor mats. While they all do an excellent job, some of them can look unappealing or awkward in your space. But that isn’t really important, because safety should always come first before aesthetics, right?

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