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Interior Remodeling

Ever wonder if you're sitting on a goldmine, literally? Is that old wooden bench or antique chair really worth something, or is it just junk? You might think that only an expert can tell. But there are some tricks of the trade on how to date furniture that even an amateur can use to determine...

Electric

Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) are a smart, energy efficient way to illuminate your home, but due to the small amount of mercury they contain, they require special handling to be disposed of properly.  To keep you and your family safe and green, the EPA recommends you follow these tips...

Decor Planning

 Preparing your home for holiday entertaining needn't require an entire season or a big budget. You can easily put your house in order in just one weekend with the right approach, according to Carl Prindle of Furniture.com. Here are his tips for readying any home for festive gatherings of...

Cleaning

Don't toss them yet! Those unmatched socks in your drawers can help you stroll through dusting. Just slip an old sock over your hand and spray it with your favorite cleaner. Socks are soft and won't scratch your furniture, plus they really hold the dust.

Furniture Repair and Refinishing

Removing water stains from furniture is easy with toothpaste. Water stains on furniture are the result of moisture trapped under the finish or the wax. To take the bite out of these water stains, simply apply toothpaste to a damp cloth and rub it into the ring. When finished, buff the entire...

Kitchen Remodeling

Thanks to savvy dealers, demolition experts and everyday folks who rescue building materials, furnishings and plumbing fixtures from homes being demolished, there’s a good supply of valuable recycled lumber and other home building materials ready to be recycled and reused.

Here are a few...