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Choose the Right Home Cleaning Service in Dublin

In today’s busy world where the lifestyle has become complex, you need to look at everything. A major aspect of this includes maintaining the house sparkling clean. However, it is a tedious task and involves elaborate cleaning of the upholstery

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9th Jul 2016
Ecoclean Solutions
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Find out Details about Cork Flooring Options

Homeowners today are looking to try different flooring options to enhance the look and feel of their property. If you are planning to install Cork Tiles on your floors then you should have a basic idea about what cork is and how it works.

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7th Jul 2016
Mason Perez
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Five Natural Cleaning Recipes

Using domestic cleaning products based on various chemicals could help you eliminate the dirt in your home, but it could also endanger the health of all occupants of the place, and especially the children. A child's immune system is normally weaker than the one of an adult, which is why children often react with developing various allergies from the chemicals used in the detergents.

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5th Jul 2016
Sophie Clayton
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Some Best Ways to Buy Cheap and Best Quality Used Furniture

Used furniture is becoming increasingly popular with a rising number of people every year and for a good motive... It is inexpensive, it is exclusive in several ways and it can bring to your home the vibe the good old days had to present.

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29th Jun 2016
Leroy Reyes
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Finding Dual Purpose Furniture for a Dining Room

If you live in a small sized home or apartment, wall art is not a major concern: Whether you choose tropical metal art or butterfly metal wall decor, there is always wall space to accommodate your choice. However, you are undoubtedly always on the lookout for ways to make more efficient use of the space you have.

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25th Jun 2016
diana lewis
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How to Polish Your Home Wooden Floors – The Steps

No one wants to come to a home just to find the floor unattractive and rough. It gives your home an unworthy look. When you have polished floors, you can take pride in calling our house a home. However, when it has marks and scratches all over, it brings out the worst in you.

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23rd Jun 2016
Nathan Gomez
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Guys Surviving the Kitchen

Men can learn how to cook and be good at it.

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4th Apr 2016
Kelsey Tedeschi
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Converting to a B&B

If you have a large family house and the children have flown the nest, you might consider converting your home into a bed and breakfast. You will need to market your guest house on local tourist information websites and on social media. You might also consider joining the Bed and Breakfast Association.

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21st Jan 2016
William Freddy Hope
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You’re Never Too Old for DIY

There are few things more satisfying than completing a DIY task in your home or garden. Using a variety of skills to maintain and improve a property can add enrichment and raise self-esteem. As we age, however, it’s not always so easy to carry out these jobs, particularly if arthritis has kicked in or your eyesight has started to deteriorate. Fortunately, instead of hanging up your tool belt, you can invest in a few products that are designed to help.

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21st Jan 2016
William Freddy Hope
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There's No Place Like a Steel Kit Home:

You are in the market for a new home. Whether it be for a hideaway in the country, a main residence, guest cottage, or even a mother-in-law addition, you want and need to know the advantages of purchasing a quality steel home kit.

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29th Dec 2015
Anna Kec
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What to Consider for Restoration of Parking Lot and Garage?

With the passage of time, everything seems to wear and tear and erodes; even concrete parking lots. So, you always have to look for restoration of parking lots by outside and inside.

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9th Dec 2015
Andeerson Loopez
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Remortgaging to save you money

You might want to remortgage sooner rather than later, with the latest set of mortgaging criteria

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30th Nov 2015
Kathryn Mckelvie
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Understanding the Significance of Pooja Temple in Your Home

The temple is the most integral part in any Hindu family. It plays a significant role in one’s life as they are not only the center of rituals and congregation, but also forms the basis of Hindu Dharma.

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27th Nov 2015
Jayden Taylor
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Conservatory Roof Blinds. All Year-Round Enjoyment of Your Conservatory

Now that the holidays have wound down and things are getting back to normal, you might find yourself longing for the peaceful solitude of your beloved conservatory. Like many owners of homes with conservatories, though, you might have been given the erroneous impression that the conservatory must be closed off during the winter due to concerns about heat transfer through the glass walls.

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21st Oct 2015
Thomas Jones
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The Best Orange County Kitchen and Bath Design Professional Guide

It is very much necessary that properly note down the sizes and measurement of your home interiors before you shop any furniture or window covers or some other stuff.

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15th Sep 2015
Daniel Ethan
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Decorate Your Home with Creative and Innovative Home Decor Items

Our home is the perfect place for us and there are no second thoughts about it as our emotions and memories are attached to this place.

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4th Sep 2015
Riker Vano
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A Guide to Buying Bi-Fold Doors and Windows

Also called folding doors, bi-folds are doors that simply fold to open up a space. Now that the summer has arrived, it is the perfect time to install bi-fold doors and make the most of the season's glorious sunshine.

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22nd Apr 2015
Pano Savvidis
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Use Your Leisure Time and Take up Woodworking as a Hobby

Whether you would like to try your hand at joinery, carpentry or wood carving, woodworking can be a relaxing and fulfilling craft, making it a fun and constructive way to use your leisure time.

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21st Apr 2015
Bryan Smith
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How to Make your Garden (Grand) Child-Friendly

Learn how to create the perfect garden space that suits the whole family.

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17th Mar 2015
Pano Savvidis
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How to Choose the Right Shower Chair

Find the right shower chair for your needs

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20th Feb 2015
Kate Leslie
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The Benefits of a Polytunnel

Polytunnels are perfect for growing veggies and and potted plants.

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9th Feb 2015
Pano Savvidis
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Making the Most of Your Home: Repurposing Rooms when Your Kids Move Out

As a parent you will vouch for the fact that there are a quite few certainties in life. One is that you’ll spend an arm and a leg trying to give your kids the best chances and another is that after you’ve invested all this in them, one day they will eventually fly the nest.

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3rd Feb 2015
Louise Williams
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Achieving the Impossible: Making Space in Your Home

Great space-saving ideas to enhance and beautify your home.

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16th Jan 2015
Pano Savvidis
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The Quest for the Perfect Tool Box

A fully stocked toolbox is essential for competing tasks around the home.

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15th Jan 2015
Pano Savvidis
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Not another Knitted Jumper, Gran!

Christmas presents can be a minefield!

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9th Dec 2014
Louise Williams
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Choosing the Right Bed

There’s nothing worse than having to go about your day feeling tired and sleep deprived, so choosing a bed that’s going to ensure you get a great night’s sleep every night is a big decision that it’s worth taking some time over. There are a number of things to consider when choosing a bed from the bedframe itself to the right mattress topper, so here’s a guide to help you choose the right bed for you.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Three Ways to Improve Your Living Room

There are two types of people in the world: those who favour the living room and those whose kitchen is the heart of the home. While they both have their pros and cons, I’ve always favoured the former. Here’s a few tips on how to make the most of your living room.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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5 Bespoke Bathroom Design Ideas for the Mature Couple

If you’ve reached that golden point in your life when your kids have all grown up and you’ve paid off your mortgage, you’ll feel the incredible liberation to know that your property is all yours and can spend your spare time really enjoying your home. You may even want to make some changes if you’re retired and you want to tackle all those long-awaited projects around the house. After all, as our lifestyles change, so should our homes.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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Getting the Right Insurance for Your Holiday Home

If you’re lucky enough to own your own holiday home then you want to be sure you’re protecting your investment – just as you would your primary home. However making sure you’ve got the right insurance cover can be confusing, so here’s a guide to help you make sure you’ve got the right cover in case anything goes wrong.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison
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The Benefits of Frameless Glass in the Home

If you’ve reached that exciting golden age and you finally have more time on your hands to renovate the home or to tackle those long awaited DIY projects, consider the importance of natural light as you start to make those exciting changes to your property.

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28th Nov 2014
Vickie Harrison


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