5 Money Saving Home HacksAug, 14 2017 [et_pb_section bb_built="1"][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type="4_4"][et_pb_text _builder_version="3.0.69" background_layout="light" text_orientation="left" border_style="solid"] Ever feel like your paycheck goes as quickly as it comes, making it hard to save? It doesn’t have to be that way. With a little ingenuity and know-how, there are several things you can do around the house to help save money. Ned Stevens is here to [...]
Our 10 Favorite DIY BlogsAug, 05 2015
Need a little motivation with your new DIY project? Don’t worry. We got ya covered! This month’s Ned’s Picks is all about Do It Yourself blogs.
INFOGRAPHIC: 4 Ways to Boost Your Home’s Resale ValueJun, 10 2015
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How to Make Your Lawn Greener Than Your Neighbor’sMay, 27 2015 Every neighborhood has one: the over-achiever. They spend hundreds decorating their house for Halloween, and come the holidays their home is the biggest, brightest (and sometimes loudest) on the street. Worse still, their lawn is so green it looks like it could have been transplanted straight from the Augusta National Golf Club. While there isn’t [...]
4 Simple Ways to Increase Your Home’s Resale Value ImmediatelyMay, 20 2015 Are you considering putting your home up for sale? If you’ve spent any time with a realtor or, gulp, watched any reality home design shows, you know how important it is that your house looks nice. Like first impressions, your house’s curb appeal matters. That’s because the way your home looks may have an impact [...]
3 Tips to Help Avoid DIY DisastersMay, 13 2015
Do you picture yourself as the lone, brave scout who dares to take on that one task all others fear? Have you been dying to find a project that will help you set free your inner rugged superhero? Are you secretly convinced that upon completion of your project, you will be getting an offer to […]
Easy Ways to Keep Cool and Save MoneyMay, 08 2015 Summer is coming. As appealing as 90 degrees may have sounded when you were shoveling out your driveway in mid-January, chances are excellent that you won’t enjoy the sensation of baking like a roasting potato, particularly in your own house, come mid-July. Your spouse might be nagging you to turn the AC to 66, but [...]
Is Your Grill Ready for Spring?Apr, 29 2015
With summer around the corner, you’re probably itching to dust off your grill. Even as you read this, your mouth might be watering just thinking about all the delicious chops, steaks and fish you will be serving to your family and friends during your backyard cook-outs. However, before you barbecue your first chicken breast, it’s […]