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When it comes time to sell a home, many homeowners are not quite sure how to value their property correctly. They may have been in the property for many years and it may be of great sentimental value to them, but sentimental value does not necessarily translate to actual value when it is time to put it up on the market.

At the end of the day, a house is worth only what someone is willing to pay for it. If a homeowner wants to get the most money for their home when they sell it, they need to make sure that it is of better quality than other homes in the area that are like their home. If there are homes in the neighborhood that are very similar that have sold for a certain price, if a homeowner wants to get more money, then he might consider upgrading some features in the home to add more value to the prope

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Residential roofing

The life and durability of a residential roof depends entirely on the type of roof, the roof installation, and roof maintenance. Assuming you don’t experience any extreme weather, a roof should be inspected annually to look for areas that may need repaired or replaced.

Traditional shingled roofs typically last twenty to fifty years if they were installed correctly, maintained, and you don’t live in an area exposed to extreme weather conditions. A metal roof will last over thirty years with significantly less maintenance.

A recent survey showed that when home owners are looking at roofing their two primary concerns are durability and longevity. No one wants to spend the money on a new roof only to have to replace it a few years later.

Metal roofing is growing in popularity in part due to

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Home remodeling

Many of us love the idea of remodeling projects. When thinking about home additions and bathroom remodeling, we often find ourselves fantasizing about such projects. However, when it comes time to actually plan out this home remodeling project that we have thought about for so long, it can be easy to make mistakes. In order to avoid these problems, here are a few tips to keep in mind for your next project:

  1. Maximize Existing Space. Let’s face it. Most of us always want more space. It’s one of those things that we just can’t seem to get enough of. By reducing the number of internal walls,

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