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Grout is the mortar or paste used for filling the gaps between floor and wall tiles. After a while, just like anything in your house, it gets pretty dirty. Alure Home Improvements teaches how to properly clean grout.
The holiday season is special for a reason. People go out of their way to make their homes sparkle with strings of colorful lights and beautifully decorated Christmas trees—and that’s just for starters. To get any home Hanukkah-ready, there’s an array of delightful decorating ideas at your fingertips. You can do a lot to bring the festive spirit to the forefront.
Just like that the fall semester is coming to a close and everyone is ready to take a break from school. If you haven't chosen a major yet, you might be feeling pressured to make a decision. One of the toughest decisions to make in college is what to major in, so let us help you make that decision with this quiz!
Now is the time to visit Alure Home Improvements for the best prices on kitchen remodeling projects that can being in the New Year.
Because wood absorbs water, it can swell, rot, warp and crack. Not vinyl, which is mostly maintenance-free. It never requires a coat of paint. Made primarily from polyvinyl chloride, vinyl siding has come a long way since it was first introduced to the exterior cladding market in the early 1960s.
Alure Home Improvements hosts its 4th annual Summer Remodeling Fashion Show on August 6 and 7, showcasing decades of home design work and highlighting the latest trends in products and styles. Enjoy live cooking and wine seminars, free food from Felico’s Catering, complimentary beverages, an arts & crafts tent for kids, a bounce house, and much more, including presentations, prizes and workshops!
Summer is the perfect time to do outdoor projects that will give your house new life and sparkle--and many of them are just common sense.
When you take a look at your house, are you happy with the color scheme? Maybe it's time to paint something new.
In this age of connectivity, the commute-less career is a real possibility. The Internet and the advent of teleconferencing capabilities, such as Skype, have made telecommuting a plausible—and sometimes preferred—way to do business.
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