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Upcycling Water Starting From Your Household to the Community

Water is primarily essential to human life. Without food, experts believe that a person can survive for up to two months with water alone, but without water, lasting for two days is difficult. Water takes up seventy-one percent of Earth’s surface, and many think that there’s no way the world will run out of drinking …

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Ways to Turn Your Old Driveway into the Envy of the Whole Neighborhood

There are many things that can make a house stand out in a neighborhood. It can be the size of the house, its style, the front porch, the landscaping, even the interesting details of the gates, fences, and garage doors. If your goal is to make your old driveway stand out from the crowd, you …

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Putting an End to Water Damage In Your Kitchen

Water damage is still the leading cause of deterioration in any building structure, especially houses. This usually happens in the kitchen or utility area where the water connection is. It can start as dripping from the pipes that you can catch with a bucket. But it can go as bad as to damage your fixtures if left …

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Make Your Home Hurricane-proof: What You Should Do

The strong winds and torrential downpour that come with a hurricane can cause massive amounts of property damage—not to mention the risk they impose on humans and animals’ lives. For these reasons alone, all homeowners—especially those that live in hurricane-prone areas—must take extra steps to protect their homes from the destruction that a hurricane can …

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Pool Renovations and Additions to Create a More Relaxing Oasis

Having a pool area in the backyard is probably one of the best things a house could have. Let’s be honest, a swimming pool is a relaxing and soothing home feature. But if you think pool areas are only great for aesthetics and property value, that’s where you’re wrong. Swimming in the pool also offers …

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5 Ways to Achieve the Industrial Style for Your Home

Industrial interior design is one of many designs people have been trying to achieve for their homes, and maybe you’re one of them. Maybe the Japandi, Modern, or Scandinavian designs isn’t what you envisioned for your home. To you, the industrial look is the one. These spaces are reminiscent of when the industrial design era was on the …

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Home Renovation Projects during Summer

While there are some areas that have been relaxing their pandemic guidelines, many people remain at home to stay safe from the virus. With this trend, it is important to properly maintain your household to keep a good lifestyle despite the quarantine period. Doing home improvement projects and repairs is most ideal during the summer. …

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Top Things You Should Consider When Building Your Dream Home

You are creating a home, and it’s a considerable journey. It’s not only financially challenging, but it can also be physically and mentally draining. So, if you’re looking for ways to either enhance your home or you’re just starting the journey, you’re on the right track. Before we dive into the things you should focus …

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Is Concrete a More Economical Building Material?

Concrete is integral in the building of communities and the development of urban cities. But before concrete and steel became the dominant building materials, the world of architecture and construction consisted of using wood, thatch, adobe, and cave dwellings. We’ve come a long way from those times. Today, skyrocketing buildings almost touch the skies. People …

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