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Posted on 05/15/2022
Your Guide to Growing Pentas Plants at Home
Pentas plants are a favorite among butterflies and other pollinators. Their clusters of tiny, star-shaped flowers come in multiple colors and can grow anywhere as an annual. As well as supporting pollinators, pentas are completely pet-safe, making them an excellent choice for any pet owner's garden. Here are some of the basic care tips for growing pentas in...
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Posted on 05/08/2022
Routine maintenance tasks for your home
From your plumbing and HVAC system to home safety devices, there are several items in your home that can break down or malfunction. Doing some maintenance tasks each month can help reduce the risk of needing repairs or having to replace equipment. Plan on performing the following maintenance tasks in your home monthly: Replace HVAC filters Your HVAC...
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Posted on 05/05/2022
3050 M Street Se, Washington, DC 20019 now has a new price of $439,000!
Nestled in Hillcrest Neighborhood, this semi-detached brick home offers the Goldilocks appeal. Not too big, not too small, but JUST RIGHT! Updated in 2019 with modern features and lovely cared for. The first level offers a living room, separate dining room, kitchen and a sunroom that could be whatever you need it to be. There is an exit to the rear year with parklike views and a patio area for your enjoyment. There are 2 bright bedrooms and a full bath on the upper level and a family room, utility room and ample storage. The home offers recessed lighting, hardwood floors, ceramic tiled baths and stainless-steel appliances. Easy access...
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Posted on 05/01/2022
Selling: How and Why You Should Use a Professional for Home Staging
There are plenty of things you can do to potentially boost the profits of your home sale, such as tackling repairs and renovations. One thing you may also want to consider is hiring a professional to stage your home. What is Professional Staging? When a home is staged, a professional comes in and decorates/furnishes the home to make...
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Posted on 05/01/2022
324 9TH Street NE, Washington, DC 20002 is now new to the market!
Fine lines, perfect curves, and quality details on every level. Step into this lovely Victorian charmer, that’s been redesigned into an elegant open floor plan with a flawless flow and prevailing function. The main level has a formal living room, guest powder room, dining area and a gourmet kitchen, that leads to the exterior living space and private parking. The upper level has a front facing master suite with cathedral slant ceilings with an exceptional spa bath. Two additional bedrooms share the call bath, the rear facing bedroom offers a Juliet’s balcony and the middle bedroom is spacious with soft natural light. The lower level has a...
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Posted on 04/24/2022
Home Improvement Ideas That Won't Break the Bank
Updating the look of your home doesn’t have to cost a fortune. With some effort and the right tools, you can change your home while staying on budget. If you’re interested in some easy home improvement projects that won’t break the bank, here are some suggestions to inspire you: Limewash Your Walls Limewash is an ancient technique for...
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Posted on 04/20/2022
3050 M Street Se, Washington, DC 20019 now has a new price of $449,000!
Nestled in Hillcrest Neighborhood, this semi-detached brick home offers the Goldilocks appeal. Not too big, not too small, but JUST RIGHT! Updated in 2019 with modern features and lovely cared for. The first level offers a living room, separate dining room, kitchen and a sunroom that could be whatever you need it to be. There is an exit to the rear year with parklike views and a patio area for your enjoyment. There are 2 bright bedrooms and a full bath on the upper level and a family room, utility room and ample storage. The home offers recessed lighting, hardwood floors, ceramic tiled baths and stainless-steel appliances. Easy access...
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Posted on 04/17/2022
Spring maintenance tasks for your home
Winter weather can take a toll on your home both inside and out. Spring, however, is a good time to perform maintenance tasks that ensure your home is ready for warmer weather. The following tasks should be part of your spring maintenance checklist. Check your roof If you have had snow storms, ice storms and other winter weather...
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Posted on 04/10/2022
Control Garden Pests With This DIY Solution
Dealing with pests in your garden is frustrating. What’s worse is that with the plethora of pest control options available on the market it can seem impossible to make the right choice. This is especially tricky if you want to avoid using harsh chemicals present in most of the leading insecticide brands. Luckily, there are DIY options that...
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Posted on 04/03/2022
Ideas for a DIY Fire Pit
Having a backyard fire pit gives you a great place to sit around with family and friends on summer nights or cooler nights. Although fire pits are sold in many stores, building your own gives you more control over how it looks. You can design your own fire pit, construct it yourself, and set it up to use...
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