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Holiday home decorating safety tips

‘Tis the season for festive decorating in neighborhoods all across Austin! Households will be stringing up lights, decorating trees and lighting candles. However you choose to decorate your Austin home, make sure you’re taking precautions to avoid any fire or electrical hazards. Below, we have laid out some basic, but important, holiday decorating safety tips. […]

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Saving money on heating costs

With temperatures finally starting to drop in the Texas capital, more Austinites are wearing sweaters and coats for the first time in several months. Though homeowners throughout Austin may still be cooling their homes, soon they’ll want to keep the heat inside as much as possible. Below we’ve listed ways to stay cozy without breaking […]

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Are your neighbors hurting your home’s value?

It’s one thing to have to deal with noisy neighbors; it’s another if their antics lower your home’s value. Issues such as unusual paint color or a broken-down car sitting in their yard could reduce your sale price by as much as 10 percent. It’s possible your neighbors are unaware of how their behavior is affecting […]

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Get your home ready for sale

When you’re considering selling your home, you’ll want to present your house in the best light possible. Of course, cleaning and organizing your house before showings is a must, but there are other steps to take before your home will be ready for a buyer to see it. Below, we have crafted a check-list that […]

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Protect your roof from the elements

Your roof is arguably the most important part of your home. With the winter months quickly approaching, it’s important to make sure your roof is in good condition. Cold weather can cause serious damage to your home if your roof isn’t properly prepared. Below, we’ve provided a few tips for maximizing your roof’s performance. Inspect […]

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