It’s that time of year once again. Summer has come and gone and another Minnesota winter is just around the corner. Ugh! So before the weather grows colder it’s important to prepare for the winter months. And with a new season comes a new reason to spend some extra time around the house preparing for the changing weather and making sure things continue to look their best. Continue reading →
This is the most common “To Do” list projects a handyman is called to work on. Take some time to review exactly what a Handyman can do for you. If you have any questions on any item, please do not hesitate to call. Within our team of handyman professionals, we have many skilled craftsmen, and as such, the projects they can complete are too many to list. Continue reading →
Many air leaks and drafts are easy to find because they are easy to feel — like those around windows and doors. But holes hidden in attics, basements, and crawlspaces are usually bigger problems. Sealing these leaks with caulk, spray foam, or weather stripping will have a great impact on improving your comfort and reducing utility bills. Continue reading →
Energy prices are on the rise across the nation. As a result, heating costs will consume an increasingly larger portion of a household’s energy budget. That’s why it’s important to check your home to insure that your heating dollars aren’t being wasted. Continue reading →
Handyman Home Repairs For People Who Want To Sell Their Homes NOW!
Unfortunately, very few homes are already picture perfect when the owners make the decision to sell. Most require anywhere from minor repairs to major renovations. How little or how much work you wish to put into your house is entirely up to you. However, remember the more attractive your home, the more appealing it will be to prospective buyers. And the more appealing … the faster the sale (and the higher the offer!!). Continue reading →
Interior and Exterior Handyman Home Repairs Minneapolis St Paul MN
Any real estate pro can tell you there are 3 important areas to consider if you’re selling your home: curb appeal, kitchen and bathrooms. But, why wait until you sell your home to shape up these areas? Follow the advice of real estate professionals to put your home’s best “face” forward even if you are not putting it on the market. Continue reading →
Minneapolis MN Door and Window Replacement or Repair
Save on energy bills and let the light in—repair or replace your windows with new energy efficient ones.
Deadline For Tax Credits For Energy-Saving Upgrades Is Dec. 31
Home Energy Efficiency Tax Credits For 2011 Ending Soon. Time is running out for homeowners to make energy-efficient improvements that qualify for a 2011 tax credit. The credits of up to $500 are set to expire at the end of the year and it’s uncertain if Congress will renew them for 2012. Continue reading →
A bad first impression can dissuade a potential buyer. Don’t show your property until it’s all fixed up. You do not want to give buyers the chance to use the negative first impression they have as means of negotiation. A few home improvements and updates can add a lot of resale value to your home. Continue reading →