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4 Reasons Your House Might Have Low Water Pressure

When we reach for the handle on a faucet or commode, we expect enough water pressure for everything to work normally. When that doesn’t happen, we should do some investigating. If you have a problem with low water pressure, consider these four possible causes.Clogged PipesWater is full of minerals, especially in areas with hard water. Over time, these minerals can build…See More
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Dec 19, 2019
John Ward commented on Lizzie Weakley's blog post Make Your Cabin Last Longer Against Mountain Elements
"m-balm an energy seal is the way i have redone my cabin . its costs 300.00 a gallon .thats pretty cheap when you have a century log cabin to live in . No neighbors for half a mile all on 33 acres of great hunting for big game in ON . "
Dec 4, 2019
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Nov 27, 2019
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How to Prevent and Treat Ice Formation on Your Roof

There’s nothing more beautiful on a crisp, winter morning than icicles hanging from a roofline. Looking through a child’s eyes, the more significant these icicles are, the better. However, they are often an indication of a substantial problem with your roof.Ice dams occur when water comes down the roofline and freezes. If the gutters are blocked, then the water has no way…See More
Nov 22, 2019
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Nov 12, 2019
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How to Know if Your Chosen Lot is a Good Space to Build On

Building your own home comes with many advantages, such as energy efficiency, monetary savings and the ability to customize everything, but there are also many pitfalls to watch out for. One potential hazard to avoid is building your home in a bad location. How do you know if your chosen lot is a good space to build on or not? Here are five questions to consider before breaking ground.What Utilities Are Available?Utilities like electricity, water and natural gas are essential for any home, but…See More
Oct 30, 2019
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How to Soundproof Your Cabin From the Outdoors

A cabin in the woods can be the perfect permanent or seasonal retreat. However, these structures are not known for being soundproof at their most basic, and owners may be interested in finding ways to reduce noise coming in from the outside. Here are just a few methods for soundproofing you may want to use.Design With Buffers in MindIf you have not yet built your cabin,…See More
Oct 25, 2019
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Got Sinking Concrete? 4 Solutions for the Inexperienced Cabin Owner

Sinking concrete can be a huge hassle for any and all homeowners. It can be particularly frustrating to homeowners who simply do not have a lot of experience. If you have a concrete sinking dilemma on your hands, however, there are a number of options that may be able to turn your anxiety-inducing situation around right away. Don’t be too intimidated to test them out.Ask…See More
Oct 22, 2019
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A Guide to Choosing the Best Wood for Your Home Remodel

Remodeling your home can be difficult if you are not sure where to begin. One of the most important considerations to think about is the type of wood you choose for your home remodel. Different types of lumber can offer different advantages, and knowing how to choose the best wood can allow you to enjoy a more complete remodeling experience.SoftwoodsSoftwood are one half…See More
Oct 14, 2019
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Cabin Consistency: 4 Maintenance Tasks for Fall Readiness

When you have a beautiful cabin in the mountains, you should maintain it during the autumn season to avoid any problems that might occur throughout the winter. Don’t wait until it begins to rain or snow to perform these essential cabin maintenance tasks. Use these four tips for autumn readiness for your cabin.Repair Your Cabin’s SidingYou should walk around your cabin to…See More
Sep 30, 2019
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How to Prevent Flooding in Your Home

As a homeowner, you must have a concern about possible flooding in your home that can lead to serious damage. Fortunately, there are multiple ways to prevent flooding in a home, but you must prepare beforehand to avoid having a home that you can’t live in while it is undergoing repairs. Consider these tips to prevent flooding in your home.Retaining WallsYou may need to…See More
Sep 26, 2019
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How to Take Better Care of Your Hardwood Floors

Hardwood floors can be the perfect types of flooring to fit any style home. They not only add value to your house, but they can provide a low maintenance option for your highly trafficked rooms. Taking care of your hardwood floor is the key to extending its lifespan and keeping money in your wallet.Use Microfiber MopsUsing a traditional broom with hard bristles on your hardwood floors can scratch them and be an ineffective way to trap dirt. Instead, you should utilize a mop with a microfiber…See More
Sep 24, 2019
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How to Build and Maintain a Beautiful Walkway for Your Home

Walkways are an essential part of a comfortable, beautiful home. They serve in a functional capacity by providing a dry place to walk so that your shoes stay clean and your grass stays healthy. Walkways also provide aesthetic benefits by framing up sections of the landscape and meshing with the overall style of the home. Here are four things you should do when you have a…See More
Sep 13, 2019

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My name is Lizzie Weakley and I am a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. I went to college at The Ohio State University where I studied communications. I enjoy the outdoors and long walks in the park with my 3-year-old husky Snowball.
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Lizzie Weakley's Blog

4 Reasons Your House Might Have Low Water Pressure

When we reach for the handle on a faucet or commode, we expect enough water pressure for everything to work normally. When that doesn’t happen, we should do some investigating. If you have a problem with low water pressure, consider these four possible causes.

Clogged Pipes

Water is full of minerals, especially in areas with hard…

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Posted on January 24, 2020 at 7:26pm

How to Keep Your Cabin Comfy in the Winter Weather

Even though many people dream of owning a cabin out in the wilderness, those types of buildings can be drafty and poorly insulated. In order to keep your cabin comfy during the coldest months of the year, you might need to carry out at least a few upgrades and renovations.

Add Insulation to the Roof

While having a large roof with…

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Posted on January 10, 2020 at 11:45am — 1 Comment

Remodeling? Here's 4 Things You Will Need

When it is time to remodel a home, there are many things to consider about the process. You should have a plan in place to make remodeling a smooth process that is less stressful. Here are four ways to make the remodel of a home faster and easier.

Hiring a Licensed Contractor

While you may have some do-it-yourself skills, you will…

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Posted on January 9, 2020 at 3:34pm

5 Wintertime Ways to Improve Your Home

During the wintertime, you can continue to improve your home so that it is more comfortable to live in and so that it will have an increase in value. As a homeowner, it is essential to maintain and improve your home. Here are some of the ways to improve your home this winter.

Get Rid of the Clutter in Closets

When it is winter, you have extra time for sorting through your possessions to get rid of the clutter that is inside your home. If you have a bedroom closet that is…

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Posted on December 19, 2019 at 7:08pm

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