Category Archives: Homeowner Tips

Build Your Emergency Kit

Although we can’t predict if and when an emergency or disaster situation will occur, we can prepare in the event that one takes place. Use the checklist below to help assemble your emergency kit to keep you and your family safe in the unfortunate event of an emergency.

3 Tips to Renovate on a Budget

Renovation projects can get expensive; however, it is possible to stay on budget. Whether you’re updating your space or completing a total makeover, the information below features several tips to help stay on budget for your next project.


Basic Home Improvements that Save Money

If you’re like many people, you’re always looking for ways to save money on your monthly water and utility bills. You turn off the lights when you leave the room, turn off the faucet while you brush your teeth and only wash full loads in the dishwasher. What else can you do?

The information below outlines six simple home improvements you can make to help you save on your utility bills. From upgrading your fixtures to applying weather stripping to drafty windows, these simple suggestions are sure to save resources and money.

How to Stage Your Home for Photos

Thinking of selling your home? The photos you include in the listing description can pique a buyer’s interest or prompt them to keep scrolling. Below are several tips to help you present your home in the best light and stage your home for listing photos. Share this information with family and friends who are thinking of putting their homes on the market.

The Home Seller’s To-Do List

Thinking about listing your home? There are a few things that every seller does before they put their home on the market. Below are six tasks to tackle before you put the ‘For Sale’ sign in the yard. If you have family or friends who are thinking of listing their homes, please share this helpful information with them.


Use Plants to Your Advantage

Did you know that plants not only boost curb appeal, but they can also keep pests in check? Below are a few species that naturally repel pests while attracting beneficial insects, like butterflies and ladybugs. Share this information with family and friends to help them keep pests at bay.


How to Child-Proof Your Home

Even if you don’t have young children, you may have family, friends or neighbors who do. Below are several tips to help you childproof your home before they visit. Help your family and friends with young children improve the safety of their homes by sharing this information with them.


Keep Your Property in Top Shape Year Round

Boost your property’s curb appeal year round! Below is a checklist to help you maintain your property during each season of the year. Remember, a well-maintained home is a more valuable home. Share this checklist onto family and friends to help keep their properties in top shape all year round.


3 Benefits of Pricing Your Home Right

If you’re thinking of listing your home, pricing it right is an important step. After all, many buyers have come out of their winter hibernation eager to look for a new home. Below are just three benefits of a well-priced home. Share this with your family and friends who are interested in listing their homes, and remember, I’m never too busy for any of your referrals. 

5 Ways to Freshen Up Your Bathroom—No Demolition Required!

The bathroom is one of the most popular rooms of the house to renovate. But, you don’t have to overhaul it to make it sparkle like new. Below are five tips to enhance the appearance of your bathroom without undertaking an expensive and intensive remodel.Share this information on to family and friends who are looking to update their bathrooms.