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    Selling Your Home: Should You Move or Improve?

    Selling Your Home: Should You Move or Improve?

    It’s almost impossible for one home to meet your needs completely as you age, grow and change. Eventually, you’ll need to either buy a new home or improve on what you have to better suit your lifestyle, especially if you’re not happy in your place. But how do you know if you should relocate or

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    5 Benefits of Drip Irrigation Systems

    5 Benefits of Drip Irrigation Systems

    If you want a stunning yard and a low water bill, a drip irrigation system could be for you. Image: Jacky Parker Photography/Getty Images If you live in one of the parts of the country that’s been struggling with drought (or you just don’t want to spend a fortune on your water bill), you’ve probably

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    National Kitchen & Bath Association 2019 Bathroom Design Trends

    National Kitchen & Bath Association 2019 Bathroom Design Trends

    The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) released its 2019 Bathroom Design Trends, which coincided with its annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), celebrating the best in kitchen and bathroom design trends. Freshome has already covered the latest trends in bathroom technology and bathroom faucets. But we asked Elle H-Millard, Certified Kitchen Designer and Industry

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    Your Guide to Partial Privacy Fences

    Your Guide to Partial Privacy Fences

    If you want to put a new fence in your yard, the price can be a bit daunting if you’re on a tight budget. A full privacy fence can typically run all around the low thousands of dollars, for instance. But an easy way to get around that is to put in a partial privacy

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    Will the new mayor’s announced end of “aldermanic perogative” change the rules for developers?

    Will the new mayor’s announced end of “aldermanic perogative” change the rules for developers?

    Newly inaugurated Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot signed an executive order minutes after taking her oath of office on May 20 aimed at limiting the power aldermen wield in city departments, but there are questions on how much it will change things. Alleged corruption behind “aldermanic prerogative” reached the criminal courts on Jan. 2 when federal authorities

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    Water Closets: Essential or a Waste of Bathroom Space?

    Water Closets: Essential or a Waste of Bathroom Space?

    When you’re designing a bathroom, you’re probably going to view the 2019 trends in bathroom technology and the latest faucet trends for inspiration. A water closet is another bathroom feature that is popular among some homeowners — but it’s considered unnecessary by others. So, how do you know if it’s the right choice for your home?

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