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As you start furnishing your own home, you’ve probably come to the same conclusion — furniture is expensive! You can’t even buy a futon at Walmart for less than $100, and let’s be honest, no wants a futon after college. So what options are you left with? DIY furniture can either look amazing or look […]

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Having a multi-story home is amazing. You’ve got tons of storage space, plenty of room to host if you’ve got guests over and a façade that’s to die for. Unfortunately, if you have steep stairs, you may find yourself actually dying for that façade if you need to head downstairs in the dark for a […]

The post How to Make Steep Stairs Safer appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Dry rot sounds pretty menacing, but don’t worry — it’s fairly easy to treat and prevent if you have the right information. Use the following tips to identify, treat and prevent this issue before it causes severe damage to your home. What Is Dry Rot? Before you can stop dry rot, you need to know […]

The post How to Prevent Dry Rot appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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There are certain areas in the home where people are more prone to falls — bathrooms and kitchens top the list, of course, because of the combination of hard floors and water. Those who are home alone, including small children and the elderly, may be at particular risk, because it could be hours before someone […]

The post Ways to Prevent Falls in the Kitchen appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Can you imagine living without air conditioning in the summer? For some, that’s the reality, whether they need to cut costs or have experienced a summer HVAC breakdown. In fact, some people choose not to have air conditioning at all. Why? Because their electricity bills are not more than $70 a month in peak summer, […]

The post How to Prevent Summer HVAC Breakdowns appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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It doesn’t matter if your kitchen is large or small. You no doubt have a lot of stuff that needs to be stored. From pots and pans, appliances and utensils to spices and food, your kitchen has a lot going on, and it doesn’t take long for those things to clutter counters and make your […]

The post Kitchen Storage Ideas for the Messy Home appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Yes, we know it’s still winter. But for gardeners, we’ve got spring on our minds. You can start to plan your yard for the warmer months now, determining what will go in which quadrant — whether your space is a few inches or a few acres. What’s Groundcover and What Does It Do? Whatever your […]

The post Groundcover Plants to Consider Planting in the Spring appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Maybe they were already there when you moved in, or perhaps you were smart enough to add them after the fact. As charming as hand-hewn shutters and window box planters, window awnings lend a distinctive, sweet and somewhat provincial or classic look to any home. But that’s just one of their many benefits. Why Window […]

The post Tips for Replacing Your Window Awnings appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Roof types aren’t something many of us think about day-to-day. But when you’re in the process of designing or building a new house or roof, it can be all you think about. While the most popular roof types in the U.S. are hip and gable, architects and builders have a lot of leeway to provide […]

The post Gable Roofs: What Are They? appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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Caulk is a basic necessity for any homeowner. It’s one of those household essentials, like duct tape or scissors. As one of those just-in-case DIY supplies, caulk is handy for a variety of projects and repairs. The last time caulk saved the day at my house, it was because the kitchen sink decided the water […]

The post Caulking Tips for a Watertight Seal appeared first on Your Wild Home.

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