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Monthly Archives: June 2020

    What You Need to Know BEFORE You Sealcoat A Driveway

    By Lori Mang | June 29, 2020

      Here in DC, we see a lot of wild winter weather. Snow, freezing rain, and sleet mixed with warm days. This can create havoc on your asphalt driveway. Sealcoating your driveway is one of the best ways to prevent cracking and other forms of damage freezing temperatures often inflict. Not only will sealcoating your... Read More

    4 Tips for Choosing Different Types of Flooring

    By Lori Mang | June 25, 2020

        When you take on a new renovation project, you face so many overwhelming decisions. Choosing different types of flooring for your renovation helps set the foundation for your entire room. The right flooring provides stability, style, and atmosphere to a room by complementing every other design choice you make. Should you choose carpet,... Read More

    Neighborhood Profile: Sizzling NoMa And Mt. Vernon DC

    By Lori Mang | June 24, 2020

    Located side by side, just a few blocks north of the Capitol are the neighborhoods of NoMa and Mt. Vernon. These up-and-coming neighborhoods are among the hottest, most promising communities in the city, with a variety of new residential, dining, and entertainment options coming online. NoMa–short for North of Massachusetts Avenue–includes several smaller communities, like... Read More

    3 Kitchen Staging Tips To Sell Your Home

    By Lori Mang | June 23, 2020

        The kitchen is the heart of your home. It’s where people go to decompress at the end of the day as they enjoy a yummy meal, a glass of wine, and enjoy the fellowship of friends and family. Since this room is so important, buyers immediately look at it first when they’re searching... Read More

    The Six Best Doggie Daycare in DC…And Don’t Forget the Cat

    By Lori Mang | June 22, 2020

    In DC, the question is not if you have a pet, but what kind of pet and how many. Everyone, it seems, is an indulgent pet parent, and unlike tradition would have you believe, many locals have both a dog and a cat. Why choose? But, DC is also known for hard work and long... Read More

    Important Gardening Tips for Beginners

    By Lori Mang | June 17, 2020

          Curb appeal is an integral part of making your home stand out in the neighborhood. Whether you simply want to create a welcoming property or you’re planning on putting it up for sale, you should always try to improve and maintain your curb appeal. This might sound like a chore, but it... Read More

    Easy Ways To Brighten Up A Dark Room

    By Lori Mang | June 16, 2020

            It may be their placement in relation to the sun or the shade cast by a nearby building that might make certain rooms in your home feel too dark. To some, this may be perfectly fine, but others may yearn for more visual levity there. If you’re of the latter camp,... Read More

    Small Ways to Make Your Home Look Elegant

    By Lori Mang | June 15, 2020

        A person’s home is their castle to retreat to at the end of a stressful and busy day. As such, it’s only natural that a homeowner might want their property to look the part. Touches of class and elegance in a home’s design make for a unique atmosphere that can ease your worries,... Read More

    Ways to Personalize Your New Home

    By Lori Mang | June 15, 2020

        Purchasing a new home is one of the most important milestones in a person’s life. From embracing the opportunities your new location offers you to planting solid roots for your family to grow, a home is a foundation for these changes. Before you can begin your new life in your newly purchased house,... Read More

    Changing Seasons: 5 Summertime Cleaning Tips

    By Lori Mang | June 15, 2020

        When summer finally rolls around, not many people want to spend much time around the house. They’d prefer to be out and about, enjoying the sunshine. However, that can lead to a home that’s not as clean as it could be, and nobody likes living in a messy space. Before the summer season... Read More