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Getting A Home Ready To Sell

Posted on: August 25, 2014 by in BLOG, MAINTENANCE AND HOME SAFETY
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Your Boise, Idaho home inspection company, Bent Nail Inspections, would like to share with you ideas on how to get a home ready to sell When You think about getting a home ready to sell, where do you start? Looks mean a lot, and one way to make a home market ready is to highlight its best features. You can make a good start by de-cluttering every room, kitchen to closet, and basement to attic. While you don't want to make a home look empty, you do want to make it look spacious, so removing Continue Reading ...

The Overlooked Truth Of Curb Appeal

Posted on: August 14, 2014 by in BLOG, MAINTENANCE AND HOME SAFETY
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Curb appeal relies not just on the color of a home’s siding or the beauty of its landscaping, but on often-overlooked, underplayed details. Whether it’s charming intricate gingerbread scrolls on the porch, or fluted door casing that imparts an elegant, upscale look, trim can have a strong impact on a home’s curb appeal. “Trim adds that final touch to a home. For historical or traditional designs, trim can be machined into ornate profiles. For a contemporary look, thicker trim, such Continue Reading ...

The Value Of The Color Of Your Home Exterior

Posted on: August 5, 2014 by in BLOG, MAINTENANCE AND HOME SAFETY
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When it comes to designing a home – whether it’s new construction or a renovation – choosing beautiful exterior colors and complementary accent hues is critical to creating an appealing household. “To select the right colors for your home, view siding colors as an exterior project tool that both turns a home into a showpiece and increases its value,” says Leslie Harrington, executive director of The Color Association of the United States. Color and architecture trends vary from Continue Reading ...

Tools And Tips For Do It Yourself Outdoor Kitchens

Posted on: July 28, 2014 by in BLOG
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Outdoor kitchens are one of the hottest trends for exterior home improvements in 2014, a survey by the American Society of Landscape Architects reveals. If you’re considering creating a backyard kitchen this year, you may be wondering how much of the work you can do yourself in order to get the most out of your budget. Fortunately, many aspects of the job are within the abilities of the average do-it-yourselfer, and resources like rental stores mean you can easily obtain the tools you need to Continue Reading ...

What’s A Radon Test?

Posted on: July 21, 2014 by in BLOG
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What is A Radon Test and Why Should I Care? Radon Is A Cancer-Causing, Radioactive Gas. You Can’t See Radon. You Can’t Smell It Or Taste It. But It Could Be A Problem In Your Home… What do the colors mean? Zone 1 counties have a predicted average indoor radon screening level greater than 4 pCi/L (picocuries per liter) (red zones) Highest Potential Zone 2 counties have a predicted average indoor radon screening level between 2 and 4 pCi/L (orange zones) Moderate Continue Reading ...

Excellent Advice About HVAC Units

Posted on: July 21, 2014 by in BLOG
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Your Boise, Idaho home inspection company, Bent Nail Inspections, is pleased to share with you advice about HVAC that you will want to read. When it comes to HVAC, you'll find yourself very hot or very cold when it isn't done right. What does it take to ensure your unit is always in great condition? All you need to do is read this article in full to learn great tips to help you with your HVAC system. Check Filters Make sure you check the filters in your air conditioning unit. This is Continue Reading ...

Business Planning Workshop

Posted on: March 16, 2014 by in BLOG
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The four-week course Business Planning: Plan It, Start It, Grow It runs Feb. 21-March 14 and includes topics such as success planning, market planning, cash flow planning, and operations planning. The course is for those wanting to start or expand their businesses and immigrants, women, minorities, former military and green entrepreneurs are encouraged to enroll. Register by e-mail at meta@mtnstatesgroup.org or 208-336-5533, Ext. 230. Sat., Feb. 21, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. $199. Continue Reading ...

Home Inspector

Posted on: February 10, 2014 by in home inspector
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How To Become A Home Inspector   According to the United States Bureau of Labor and Data, there is an expected development of 18 percent in the variety of home inspectors between 2006 up until 2016. This can be considerably greater than other jobs, but the number of home inspectors can lower in the future since some states are considering in enhancing the certification demands amongst inspectors. A study in 2001 revealed that 77 % of property owner would make the most of home Continue Reading ...

Boise Home Inspector Recommends Festival of Trees

Posted on: November 23, 2010 by in BLOG
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Foundation Special Events Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees November 24-28, 2010 Boise Centre on the Grove   Get Ready for the Brightest of the Season What began in 1984, as a modest display of 14 trees in a local warehouse, has grown to become a yuletide extravaganza that has raised over $5 million to improve healthcare in our community用roving that Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees is more than just the hottest holiday ticket in town; it is a celebration of what can happen Continue Reading ...

Boise Home Inspector Recommends Festival of Trees

Posted on: November 23, 2010 by in BLOG
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Foundation Special Events Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees November 24-28, 2010 Boise Centre on the Grove   Get Ready for the Brightest of the Season What began in 1984, as a modest display of 14 trees in a local warehouse, has grown to become a yuletide extravaganza that has raised over $5 million to improve healthcare in our community用roving that Saint Alphonsus Festival of Trees is more than just the hottest holiday ticket in town; it is a celebration of what can happen Continue Reading ...