How To Decorate A Family Room With A Cowboy Theme

Posted on: 5 November 2015
Whether you live in the suburbs, in the city or out in the country, if you have decided to decorate your family room with a western theme can be a lot of fun. Here are some ideas that might inspire you to create something unique and attractive. The Walls - Have you thought of faux painting your walls to look like leather or denim? If you're not the do-it-yourself kind of person, your paint store probably has names of artisans who will do the job for you.
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3 Ways To Determine Whether You Need New Windows

Posted on: 14 October 2015
Older homes can still be energy efficient, but you have to know for sure. One of the biggest sources of energy loss in any home is faulty windows. Whether your home is older or new, it helps to know how to check your windows to figure out if they need replacing. Once you perform a few of these tests, you'll have an idea which windows are having difficulty keeping the outside on the other side of the glass.
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Giving Your Exterior A Face Lift? Start At The Porch

Posted on: 21 September 2015
When giving the exterior of your home a facelift, you should start right at the porch. You may be surprised at how much this can change the way your home looks. The tips below can help you create a beautiful area for the people that come knocking on your front door. Use a Wall Light Fixture Unless you just moved into your home, the light fixture on your front porch may have been there for years, and may be something you have not given a second thought to.
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Why and How to Seal Your New Stamped Concrete Patio

Posted on: 24 August 2015
Once your new concrete patio has been laid in your backyard, protecting that patio will become one of your home maintenance priorities. After all, you'll be using your patio for many years to come. The best way for you to protect your concrete is to seal it appropriately. Why should you seal your new concrete patio? There are many reasons to seal your new stamped concrete patio. Sealer protects the concrete from a variety of conditions and outdoor elements including freeze/thaw cycles, harsh UV rays, de-icing salts, dust and others.
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