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Building a home is a technical process, so naturally, there are some specialized terms that go along with the process. Even though there may be a learning curve to familiarizing yourself with the homebuilder world, we’re not trying to keep you in the dark – we’re just in the habit of using our insider lingo.
It doesn’t get much better than hitting the highway for a weekend away at the cabin. But even after you’ve got everyone’s swimsuits, SPF 60 and bug spray packed, there are a few things you should take care of at your primary home. Here are some tips for hitting the road with a clear mind on the weekend.
If you've been working from home at the dining room table face-to-face with your partner for the past 3 months, it might be time to start searching for a new home. As your lifestyle evolves, so should your home. While some home offices were considered unimportant just a few years ago, today most workplaces have shifted their employees to work from home indefinitely during the pandemic.
Home maintenance in the summer usually means pulling out your green thumb to tend to your lawn and garden. But it’s also a great time to check in on the health of your home, and how it fared over the winter. We’ve broken down some of the areas to monitor over the course of the summer.