Halloween has passed and it is time to start planning and preparing for the Thanksgiving holiday. If you follow Unit Realty Group on Instagram, each week we have been providing home maintenance tips and tricks.
When you have to continue living in a home at the same time you are trying to sell it, keeping it ready for a showing at any time can be a challenge.
Don't forget the eleventh annual Boston Shines is this Saturday, April 27th. Volunteers come together to participate in a citywide clean up event. Sweep, rake, collect trash and help make our community more beautiful.
When you first move into your new home it is a good idea to take care of a few small things that can make a big difference when it counts.
We all want to feel safe in our own homes. Accidents, especially tragic ones, arent something we want to think about. But when it comes to accidents, the old adage, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure is doubly true!
One of the easiest ways to cut your heating and cooling bill is to make sure that your attic has seven inches (R-22) or more (up to R-49) of fiberglass or rock wool insulation.
Set the timer: Program your thermostat to reach lower temperatures while youre sleeping or out of the house. This simple action can save you a lot of moneyand will ensure that your house stays at a comfortable temperature at all times.
When selling your home, the last thing you want to do is invest more into it, but in most cases making a few repairs or renovations to your home before putting it on the market can really be worth the financial and time investment.
Roof repairs: If you can safely get onto your roof to inspect for missing shingles or other factors that may lead to a leaky roof, nows the time to do it! If not, call in a professional organization and have them take care of the rooftop work for you.
Even if your home was in pristine condition when you moved in, you may want to change some things so that your new home will reflect your own tastes and personality.
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