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Posted on 01/26/2022
Another Property Sold - 1580 Corey Creek Lane, Southold, NY 11971
Spectacular Waterfront 4Bdr 3Bth Quintessential Northfork Beach Home. This spacious tastefully renovated home features prime forever views from an ideal Southwestern exposure, 140 feet of direct water frontage with its own private dock. Located in the peaceful and serine Bayview community which is part of the Corey Creek Homeowners Association. Amenities and recent renovations include: Fresh sleek farmhouse bathrooms, spacious wrap around deck, Costly 5 zone Ductless CAC system with optional heat pump feature, Energy Efficient Solar Panels, Upgraded Electric, New roof, thermopane windows and maintenance free siding. Superb direct backyard...
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Posted on 01/23/2022
How to Upcycle Household Items Into Planters
For plant lovers, there never seem to be enough pots and planters to go around. There are countless options available to buy, but buying a new one every time you need it becomes costly and inconvenient. The good news is that there are plenty of items you might already have around the house you can use for your...
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Posted on 01/16/2022
Try These DIY Upgrades for Instant Curb Appeal
Increasing the curb appeal of your home’s exterior can be a challenge. With so many details to consider, it’s difficult to know where to start. It can be even more difficult to create a budget for a lot of desired upgrades and changes. Luckily, there are some effective changes you can make all on your own while saving...
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Posted on 01/09/2022
How to Build a Brick Paver Garden Path
Creating a great garden path doesn’t have to be a long and difficult process. With the right tools and techniques, DIY enthusiasts of all skill levels can build a classic and functional brick pathway. Here we’ll go over the materials and process for your next garden path DIY project. Materials CobblestonesEdging stakesGranite paversPlastic landscaping edgingSandSpray paint (for marking)...
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Posted on 01/02/2022
3 Ways to Make Working From Home Work for You
If you’re new to working from home, it can be an enormous adjustment. Schedules, routines and environments are completely different even if you’re in the most familiar place of all. However, even for those with lots of WFH experience it’s easy to feel burned out. If you’re looking to start working from home the best way possible or...
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Posted on 12/26/2021
Energy: 3 Thing to consider about your home's doors
When climate-controlled air escapes or gaps allow non-climate-controlled air inside, heating and cooling system are forced to work overtime. Although frugal people often calculate the cost benefits of replacement windows to reduce energy loss, entry and secondary doors also have a significant effect. A poorly insulated door with even small gaps around the casing can create ongoing drafts....
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Posted on 12/19/2021
Home insulation: How to re-insulate walls without tearing them down
One primary reason everyday people bear with drafty homes stems from construction costs. Old houses and those with failing exterior wall insulation seem to require costly demolition. The idea that drywall or select wood wall materials require removal and replacement often causes property owners to take a deep breath and think about something else. The good news is...
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Posted on 12/12/2021
Solar Tubes: What They Are & Why You Should Consider Them for Your Eco-Friendly Home
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay Does your home have a dark space that could use a little natural light? A solar tube could be the answer. Solar tubes provide a source of natural light in areas where extra windows and skylights aren't options. Solar tubes are typically less expensive to install than skylights, too. This makes them a...
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Posted on 12/05/2021
Decisions: Should You Build or Buy?
When buying a home, you can either build a new residence from scratch or buy an existing home already built. This can be a tough decision to make. Here are a few pros and cons of each to help you move forward with your decision. Buying an Existing Home There are several advantages to buying a home that’s...
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Posted on 11/28/2021
Quick Tips for Winterizing Your Home
While your property may be well insulated, there are a few things you can do to elevate your home’s winter efficiency. By following these suggestions, you can save money on your energy bills, protect your home from the elements and keep your home warm all winter long. Check the Fireplace Your fireplace is a prime location for birds...
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Posted on 11/21/2021
No Demolition Required: 3 Build-In-Place Renovation Projects to Consider
Photo by Pixabay from Pexels Renovation projects might seem like a huge undertaking, but transforming rooms does not necessarily require demolishing the existing infrastructure. Some living spaces simply require additional elements to enhance their usefulness and your peaceful enjoyment. These are build-in-place home renovation ideas that can change the way people experience being at home. 1: Create A...
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Posted on 11/14/2021
Best Starter Home Advice for First-Time Homebuyers
First-time buyers looking for a starter home have a wealth of choices available. While a starter home won’t include everything on your dream home wish list, you will find something to suit your short-term needs at an affordable price. However, beyond that it might be hard to know where to start. Here we’ve put together some basic tips...
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