Your fireplace is the focal point of your room. As Director of Sales and Marketing for BrickAnew, I tell people this all the time. Stockings are hung from the mantle and graduation pictures are taken in front of it. But it’s also the dirtiest place in your house. One of the easiest ways to hide that mess is by adding glass doors to your fireplace.
Category: Buying & Selling a Home
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To us, staging your home to sell is similar to going on a first date.
You set up this date in hopes to meet your future spouse. You don’t know if that’ll be the case but there’s always the hope, right? If you’re hoping to land “the one”, chances are you’re going to put some effort into prepping for this first date. We feel the same is true when it comes to staging your home to sell.
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Sometimes it’s necessary to call a professional when updating your home or fixing problems throughout the journey of homeownership. But there are plenty of home repairs that don’t actually require a professional. Instead of defaulting to a Fix-It guru, flex your DIY muscle and save some money. Of course, you may have to take some precaution and do a tiny bit of research, but as long as you do your homework, you’ve totally got this!