Are you thinking about doing some upgrades to your home this year? If you are, consider improvements that will enhance your home’s equity. There are many rooms that can be upgraded in your home, but the two that will add the most value are bathroom’s and the kitchen.
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If you are going to use a contractor, please be sure he or she is licensed and able to complete the work on time. Also, when upgrading applainces in your kitchen and bath, think about using energy efficient products to safe money on your utility bills. If you have any questions about improving your home’s equity or general questions contact us at 214-923-0261 or email at email@example.com.
According to the EPA your home’s indoor air quality can be 3 to 5 times more toxic than the air outside. Now your thinking how can this be possible? It’s possible, because toxins are being released by the paints and finishes throughout your home. These toxins can harm your health, and the environment by getting into landfills and groundwater systems. What are VOC’s? VOC stands for volatile organic compounds, and are used to help dry and cure the paint faster. When you walk into a freshly painted home and smell the paint odor you can contribute that to the VOC’s. The toxins that are being released by the VOC’s cause the new paint smell. With no or low-VOC’s you can still get the same effectiveness as a regular paint with little or no smell, but it might take a little longer to dry. Ultimately the decision is up to you, but keep your health and the environment in mind the next time you choose a paint. For more info on VOC paints read the following article https://www.ecobroker.com/misc/articleview.aspx?ArticleID=38 on EcoBroker. As always, if you have any questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-923-0261.