Wednesday, December 7, 2022 / by Abigail Smith
Technology is constantly changing and improving, sometimes seemingly overnight. It’s not only businesses and various industry leaders taking advantage of technology, homeowners are incorporating it into their lives. Whether you are upgrading old devices and systems or just getting started, here’s some tech you may want in your home.
Even if your front door has a peephole, you may want to install an outdoor security system. Unlike older systems, today’s technology is a breeze to install. Most are simple DIY projects that only take a few minutes.
Cameras on doorbells allow you to see who’s at your door. Some home security systems also connect to an app. You can still keep an eye on the front door while you’re away from home.
Solar lights along walkways illuminate the area. Since the lights are solar-powered, you don’t need an electrician to connect the devices to the home’s power source.
Tuesday, October 11, 2022 / by Abigail Smith
Stage A Nursery Or Home Office – Which One Attracts Potential Buyers
Your home is going on the market, and it means getting everything ready for at least one open house. Clutter is put away, and family photos are carefully stored away. Even the kitchen junk drawer is organized for the first time in years. Couch pillows are fluffed, and the home has plenty of curb appeal. All that’s left is to decide what to do with the nursery.
Not every potential buyer needs or wants a nursery. They may see it as a waste of space, finding it difficult to envision the room as anything else. Your nursery can appeal to a smaller group of buyers, primarily those planning on starting families. However, the work industry is changing with more employees working from home.
Staging an office instead of a nursery can help your home appeal to a larger selection of buyers, and it doesn’t take a lot of time or money.
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Monday, December 21, 2020 / by Jessi Fauber