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Winterize Your Home Now For Comfort All Throughout Winter

Posted on: November 16, 2017 by in Blog
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The Article Courtesy of First Choice Building Inspections While temperatures across the country are still mild, major snowfall in some parts of the country has given some Americans a bitter taste of what to expect this winter. Depending on where you live, winter may mean cooler, rainy days or lake-effect snow with four feet of the white stuff at your door. Every fall, homeowners across the country take all the precautionary steps to winterize their homes to protect against burst water pipes Continue Reading ...

The Sound Of Silence: How To Design A Quiet Home Office

Posted on: November 9, 2017 by in Blog
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From your friends at First Choice Building Inspections In today’s increasingly digital world, it’s no surprise that more employees are opting to work from home. While there may be a shift of physical locations — from the office building to the home — productivity is still paramount, making the need for quiet home workspaces more important than ever. “As urbanization continues, builders and developers are focused on optimizing available land, which results in more homes, apartments Continue Reading ...

The Savvy Homeowner’s 5-Point Outdoor Winterization Checklist

Posted on: November 2, 2017 by in Blog
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Helpful information from First Choice Building Inspections As temperatures drop, you're reminded that Old Man Winter will soon rear his ugly head. Before the first flurries fly, it's important to take some winterization steps to ensure your home is ready for whatever the season brings. This five-point checklist will help safeguard your home against winter's woes for another year. For additional winterization ideas and detailed project plans, visit Real Cedar.com. Inspect windows: Inspect Continue Reading ...

Home Improvement Insight: 5 Tips To Redesign With Kids’ Safety In Mind

Posted on: October 26, 2017 by in Blog
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Brought to you by First Choice Building Inspections Smart homeowners take a strategic approach to home improvement projects such as redoing a playroom, living room or bedroom to keep kids' safety in mind during the redesign process. By being proactive today, you can ensure your entire family can safely enjoy the results of your home improvement project. Here are the top five things to keep in mind to create a stunning yet safe space for your family: Window coverings: Corded window Continue Reading ...

5 DIY Home Upgrades Anyone Can Do In A Day

Posted on: October 19, 2017 by in Blog
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The Article Courtesy of First Choice Building Inspections Do-it-yourself home projects are sweeping the nation, and it’s easy to see why. DIY is typically budget-friendly and fulfilling to complete; simply find the right project to match your skill set and needs. To get started, here are five inexpensive projects that can by tackled by any DIYer, each of which will have an impact on the entire home. Make a hardware swap: Replacing your kitchen cabinets changes the entire look of your Continue Reading ...

5 Tips To Clean Your Home – And Save The Planet

Posted on: October 12, 2017 by in Blog
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From your friends at First Choice Building Inspections Log onto almost any news website and in just a few clicks you’ll probably come across some story about the environment. Whether it involves international agreements, alternative energy sources or fuel-efficient cars, the discussion is often abstract and far removed from our everyday lives. Consumers want to know what they can do and how they can contribute to making a cleaner, greener planet. Minor changes can make a significant Continue Reading ...

Easy Winter Weatherproofing: Keep The Chill Out As Temperatures Drop

Posted on: October 5, 2017 by in Blog
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Helpful information from First Choice Building Inspections Households heating with natural gas, which is almost half of U.S. homes, are expected to spend an average of $635 on heating this winter — 22 percent more than last winter, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration — but some easy seasonal maintenance tips can make a big difference. “There are several simple, inexpensive ways consumers can save money on utility bills this winter, and still stay warm and Continue Reading ...

5 Effortless DIY Projects To Prep Your Home For Fall And Beyond

Posted on: September 28, 2017 by in Blog
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Brought to you by First Choice Building Inspections The telltale signs are all there. Maybe it’s football season, the changing color of the trees right outside your door, or the crisp morning air that’s suddenly taken on a chill. Yes, there’s no denying it, fall is here and winter is quickly following behind. No matter where you live in the country, the colder months are synonymous with the indoor months. Your home becomes your refuge as well as your sanctuary. But as you prepare for Continue Reading ...

Artisanal Elegance For Curated Design In The Kitchen

Posted on: September 21, 2017 by in Blog
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The Article Courtesy of First Choice Building Inspections Original, handcrafted décor brings an artisanal elegance to today’s modern kitchen. Designers and homeowners alike are incorporating more one-of-a-kind pieces that bring an individualized artisanship to the heart of the home. These unique fittings and fixtures adapt to multiple style preferences, from modern and contemporary urban design to rustic elegance. When it comes to the kitchen space, handmade furniture and accessories Continue Reading ...

How To Make Fall Upgrades That Last

Posted on: September 14, 2017 by in Blog
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Brought To You By First Choice Building Inspections Fall can be the perfect time for homeowners to complete projects that busy summer schedules didn’t allow. It’s also a great time to look at ways to add lasting value to your property. This season, upgrade cheap fixes, freshen dated looks and incorporate lasting improvements in your home. Changes that can bring impact and also increase the resale potential of your home include: Lose the linoleum Linoleum has been popular in many Continue Reading ...

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