How To Soundproof Your Stairs

Posted on: 24 February 2015
If you have ever accidentally waken a crying baby or caused your dogs to bark in the middle of the night due to a creak, you know just how frustrating it is. Unfortunately, a lot of house noises occur when using the stairs. You can't always avoid the stairs when others are sleeping, but there are ways to soundproof them. Here are some easy tips for soundproofing your stairs and letting everyone sleep peacefully.
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3 Tips For Tasteful Faith-Based Decorating

Posted on: 16 February 2015
Your home's decor should suit you and your family, and it should be like a snapshot of you and your loved ones' interests and beliefs. This means that you may want to add decorative crosses and other faith-based decor, but you could be concerned about doing so tastefully. You don't have to adorn your walls with huge religious murals just to make your point, but following these simple yet tasteful tips can help you display your pride in your faith without going overboard.
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Heat Pump Or Central Air: Which Is Better?

Posted on: 5 February 2015
Is a heat pump better than central air? That answer really depends on your needs for your particular home and climate. When trying to decide which is a better option for you, it helps to look at exactly what each one offers as well as their benefits and drawbacks. What is a Heat Pump? A heat pump is a refrigeration system that can produce either hot or cold air into a controlled space.
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When Less Is More: Easy Zen Style Decorating Tips For Your Home

Posted on: 29 January 2015
A cluttered room not only looks unattractive, but it can also cause you to feel anxious. Zen style is the opposite of clutter. It is a decorating theme that infuses your home with peace, serenity, and calmness. Consider the following tips to implement Zen style into your home. Move out clutter Eliminate everything you don't need or use. If your walls are covered with elaborate picture groupings and photos, consider selecting one framed piece you can't live without and removing the rest.
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