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Beach Front Living in Bloomingdale?!

125 Lakeview Dr, Bloomingdale, IL For Sale Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure Our Reviews Follow This Home! Search All Homes For Sale Homes Close to Where You Work Avoid Foreclosure Free Home Values Presented By: Showing Agent: The CARE Team RE/MAX at Home Schedule a Showing/Request Info $ Click for current price2 […]

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It’s a Party!

1816 East Park Place, Arlington Heights, IL Get Directions Click Here OPEN HOUSE July 29, Sunday 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Property Video Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure $ Click for current price 2 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 1450 SQUARE FEET Completely rehabbed throughout – everything is new! […]

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When to Use a Professional: Roofing

We all know it’s important to maintain a proper and strong roof over your head. A sound roof is crucial for your safety and for your home. It keeps you and your family warm and dry, along with everything in your house. If you ignore a problem in your roof, even a small one, then you […]

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Asbestos, Mold and Lead Paint

If you have a new home, you will not encounter asbestos or lead paint. But if you are interested in older homes, asbestos and lead paint are a possibility. Once used as insulation, asbestos is toxic, and there are laws that govern how it’s removed and disposed of. Lead paint is also highly toxic, and […]

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When to Use a Professional: Electrical

If your project requires direct contact with electricity, call a pro. This includes rewiring, adding power to areas that do not currently have power, and any installation of large or heavy light fixtures (like a chandelier.) Electricity is no joke, and the last thing you want is to cause yourself harm, or harm your home, during […]

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When to Use a Professional: Plumbing

DIYers should be able to do small projects, like replacing a toilet flapper, addressing drips, upgrading shower and sink fixtures, and other small things that don’t require a lot of tools. If the toilet flapper is your problem, keep calm, you can solve this on your own. This part is made of rubber and it […]

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Tile DIY

Tiling a backsplash or replacing dirty old grout are projects many homeowners will be able to tackle on their own. And if your project requires tiling floors, walls, or large tile installations, it might be worthwhile to contact a professional for help, especially if your cutting any tiles is necessary. If you are interested in new grout […]

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Electrical

Electricity flows to your lights and appliances from the power company through your panel, its breakers, out on your circuits and back. Most homes have three wire service, two hot wires and one neutral. Throughout the house, one hot wire and one neutral wire power conventional 120 volt lights and appliances. The two hot wires […]

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Windows

If you’re doing minor maintenance and repairs (like repairing or replacing wood sills or caulking around windows), you should be able to do this type of project no sweat. However, if you are constantly trying to fix your windows, it may be time to consider having them replaced entirely. Keep this in mind, older windows […]

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Floors

Floor repairs can be fairly easy, from cleaning to repairing small nicks in the flooring. However, if the tiles are damaged, it’s lowering your house value.  Broken tiles harm the aesthetics of the house and give it an outdated and tacky look. In case of a large number of broken tiles, we can choose between three […]

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