1. Tip of the Month: Classic Kitchen Colors

    Painting your kitchen can completely change the character of the space. And, done right, a new paint job can make your kitchen feel cozier, cleaner, and more welcoming. So, which colors work best for kitchen walls? And why? Let’s delve into some considerations to weigh when choosing the perfect color to coat your kitchen, and let’s take a look at a few classic colors that always seem to work. …Read More

  2. Correcting Cracks in Your Home’s Interior

    No homeowner wants to see cracks in their drywall, yet nearly every home has surfaces that are susceptible to get cracks over time. Cracks can crop up in drywall due to a leak, temperature changes, house shifting, or poor drywall installation. And unfortunately, cracks can be unpredictable and difficult to prevent. However, most cracks are relatively harmless to the integrity of the structure of a…Read More

  3. Preparing Your Property for Fall

    While spring may mark the season of home cleaning, fall spells property preparation for homeowners. As fall approaches quickly (of course, here in Northern Colorado, we’ve already had our first snow!), we shift from opening the windows on hot summer nights to turning on the furnace for the coming season of cold. And these temperature changes mark the ideal time to perform a number of tasks, repa…Read More

  4. Avoid These Home Exterior Hazards

    Avoid These Home Exterior Hazards

    How often do you really think about the exterior of your home? For being the protective barrier around your abode, we often neglect to think about the hazards that can damage a home’s exterior. Too often, homeowners are stuck with extensive damage and costly repairs caused by a rogue branch, pooling water at the foundation of the home — you name it. That’s why we’re taking a moment today t…Read More

  5. How to Find the Right Contractor

    How to Find the Right Contractor for Any Home Improvement

    When we talk about home improvements, we’re talking about investing in (likely) your most valuable possession. Beyond that, your home is your legacy for your children. It’s the roof over your family’s head. It’s comfort, peace of mind, a place to rest your head at night. And its value extends beyond market value. So, it’s crucial to find the right contractor for the job, for every projec…Read More

  6. Home Improvements to Tackle During the Pandemic II

    Tip of the Month: More Home Improvements to Tackle During the Pandemic

    As May rolls around, governments are loosening their restrictions in light of some stability during the coronavirus outbreak. However, folks around the nation are asked to remain patient and stay at home as much as possible, while maintaining our standards of social distancing. As we look to an odd spring with plenty of time spent at home, families have plenty of time to spend together, and homeow…Read More

  7. Home Improvements to Tackle During the Pandemic I

    Tip of the Month: Home Improvements to Tackle During Social Distancing

    With the threat of coronavirus looming, families around the globe are doing their part by staying at home. It’s a strange time, but it has provided us with unique opportunities. Many of us are working from home, or taking a break from work. We’ve been given time to bond with family members around the house, and we have more time to reach out to distant family members through phone calls, video…Read More

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    How to Clean Your Home’s Interior Walls

    Try as we might, our homes get dirty. We constantly find ourselves vacuuming the carpets, scrubbing toilets, and spraying down windows and mirrors. Even the walls can get grimey over time, especially if there are kiddos or animals running around the house. So, how do you give your home’s interior walls the best clean without damaging the surface or paint? What products are ok to use? And how do …Read More

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    Tip of the Month: How to Expand the Look of Small Rooms

    Is your kitchen a bit on the small side? Or perhaps your guest bedroom is only a little larger than the mattress it contains. If you have small rooms in your home, you can make the most of these more intimate spaces with a few key adjustments. Smaller rooms don’t have to feel stuffy. Follow our tips to make the most of those little spaces in your home to make your abode more comfy and cozy, and …Read More

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    Tip of the Month: How to Prepare Your Home for Sale

    Putting your home on the market is stressful, and it’s likely that you have a laundry list of to-dos to knock out before you feel as though your house is, at the very least, presentable. You’ll have to fix a few fixtures, declutter, and give your home a deep clean. But you may be asking yourself: How can I get the most value out of my home sale? After all, your abode is your greatest asset, an…Read More