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Condo living has a lot of benefits for homeowners – less maintenance, amenities like pools and fitness centers, the security of living close to other people, and no need to cut grass or clean gutters. However, living in a condo also means you have additional responsibilities, especially if you want...

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One of the hardest parts of a home remodeling project is visualizing a new floorplan for your space and choosing finishes and colors to complete your look. The growth of augmented reality apps, however, allows you to do just that—overlay information and virtual objects onto real-world scenes in...

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According to the CDC, over 13 percent of adults in the U.S. have mobility issues or difficulties in physical functioning. Private, residential homes are not covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and studies indicatethat fewer than five percent of homes in the country have the ...

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Home remodeling is a journey, and it is often accompanied by many twists and turns. Whether you’re renovating a kitchen, bathroom, or any other room in your home, the remodeling process takes thorough consideration and planning. Here are 5 of the most common mistakes to avoid in the home remodeling...

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Tile is no longer relegated to just kitchens and baths. Tile is used in all sorts of applications around the home, and one of its most dramatic uses is giving new life to an old fireplace, particularly covering up older, brick fireplaces.

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Tile is one of the most popular and versatile materials to use in your bathroom shower. Many homeowners update their bathroom shower tiles every 10 to 15 years to keep up with the latest trends in home design, as well as keep their shower looking clean and bright. If you are about to embark on a ...

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Marble, granite, and quartz are three materials frequently used for kitchen and bathroom countertops. Two are natural, one is artificial, but with today’s manufacturing technology it can be nearly impossible to spot the difference with the naked eye.

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You've looked at dozens of samples for your new countertops. After deliberating on all the colors, textures, and maintenance involved, you've finally settled on the material. While picking the right material for your countertop is a task all its own, the edge is one of the most prominent features....

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As one of the most popular gathering spots in the home, the kitchen is also one of the hardest working rooms. Your kitchen flooring must be tough, with the ability to stand up to foot traffic, food spills, grease splatters, water drips, pet pawprints, and even occasional dropped dishware. 

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