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Posted on 01/23/2022
5 Low-Light Plants for Your Home
Plants need light to live, but some far less than others. If you want to keep houseplants in a room or home without lots of natural light, there are options that will thrive in any environment. Here are some of the best low-light-tolerant houseplants to consider: Pothos Pothos are commonly on lists of houseplants that are hard to...
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Posted on 01/16/2022
3 DIY Crafts Perfect for Your Home Office
No matter where you work, it’s important to love the look of your workspace. Being in an aesthetically pleasing and refreshing environment can help with productivity and focus. If you’re looking for ways to add some organization and flair to your office environment, there are plenty of wood crafts you can DIY. Here are some ideas for crafting...
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Posted on 01/09/2022
First-Time Homebuyer: Remember This Key Checklist
You've gotten an offer accepted on your first home. The appraisal and inspection came back fine. Now, all that's left to do is eagerly await your closing date. This is the day when you will sign all the paperwork that makes your first home purchase official! So, what should you expect as you prepare for this big day?...
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Posted on 01/02/2022
What Closing Costs Do Sellers Pay?
In a home purchase, both the buyer and seller need to pay closing costs. These costs are made up of several individual expenses from different sources and the list can look staggering at first glance. While the buyer typically has the longest list of fees to pay, sellers are still responsible for part of the bill. Here we’ll...
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Posted on 12/26/2021
Expert Advice for Packing & Moving Books
For many homeowners, a book collection is a point of pride and an important element in their interior decor. Books can hold emotional as well as functional significance and their presence in any room adds an important personal touch. However, when it comes time to move, an extensive book collection can be difficult to work with. Books are...
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Posted on 12/19/2021
4 DIY HVAC Repairs
When your HVAC system isn't working correctly, you don't necessarily have to call in the professionals right away. Before making the call, there are some steps to try on your own, which might provide an easy solution to some common issues. Keep the following simple DIY HVAC repairs in mind if your heating or cooling system is giving...
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Posted on 12/15/2021
Another Property Sold - 92 Mill St, Lancaster, MA 01523
***OPEN HOUSE THIS SATURDAY, SEPT 11TH NOON-1:30PM***BEST AND FINAL DUE SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 12TH, 5PM***New to Market***This Unique Property has a Very Strong Rental History and is also Perfect for the Buyer Looking for a Property with Large Owners Unit with Additional Rental Income~ Large Flat Yard, Multiple Driveways and Large Parking Areas, New Heating System & Water Heater, Updated Electric, New Gutters & New Bulkhead Doors ~ Front Unit is three levels Offers Grand Staircase & Entry Way with Five Bedrooms and Large Kitchen & Living Room. Large First Floor Bathroom with Laundry, Three Season Enclosed Front Porch &...
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Posted on 12/12/2021
The Pros and Cons of Terracotta Pots
For plant containers, it doesn’t get more classic than a terracotta pot. This orange-brown clay has been a favorite among plant lovers for ages because of its durability, accessibility and aesthetic. However, because of their widespread popularity and availability some may consider a terracotta pot to be a boring or “basic” choice. While tastes differ from one plant...
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Posted on 12/05/2021
Why You Need Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Image by PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay Much like fire detectors, carbon monoxide detectors are small pieces of equipment that could potentially save your life. These small detectors can easily be plugged into any outlet, and their excessively loud alarm is designed to alert you immediately to danger. Carbon monoxide detectors will sound the alarm if there are high levels...
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Posted on 12/02/2021
Another Property Sold - 244 Brattle St, Holden, MA 01520
*** Offer Dead Line ~ Wed, Oct 6th @ 9pm***Don't Miss Out on this Charming Home! As you Enter through the Front Door to the Beautiful Spacious Living Room with Wood Burning Fireplace, Built in Bookcases & Hardwood Flooring ~ Open to the Light and Bright Dining Room with Lovely Built-In Corner Hutch, Chair Rail, Hardwood Flooring & Neutral Paint Pallet ~ Eat-In Kitchen with Large Built-In Hutch and Mud Room with Closet Pantry ~ First Floor Master with Half Bath & Hardwood Floors ~ The Second Floor Offers Two Generous Size Bedrooms, Spacious Closets and Additional Storage! The Lower Level with Built in Dry Bar and Built-In Bench...
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Posted on 11/28/2021
Green Roofs 101
Photo by Kaboompics .com from Pexels In building a sustainable home, every material decision matters. The choice of roof material and type can make an enormous difference both in your home’s energy efficiency and environmental impact. Because of the ever-growing demand for sustainable architecture and design, the number of options for sustainable roofing material continues to grow. One...
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Posted on 11/21/2021
Questions to Ask Your New Home Builder
Photo by Burst from Pexels Buying a new construction home can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. But it's important that you feel comfortable with the builder that is making your dream come true. Here are six questions you can ask your builder to be confident in your choice. 1. How Long Does It...
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