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The Work at Home Industry is Booming
By Diep Tran
The work at home industry is booming, especially where the internet is concerned. You will never find a better time or opportunity to make money online by working from home in front of your Read more...

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Home Water Filter Systems: Spruce-Up Your Lifestyle
By Sandy Mark
Water is nature’s one of the best gift to mankind. It’s in abundance on our planet but pure water is a rarity today due to industrial contamination, woodland loss and poor water storage. Pure water Read more...
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About The Wireless Home Security Video Camera
By Rob Buenaventura
There are essentially two types of video cameras available for home security: those that are wired and those that are not. Both varieties engage the use of television cameras in order to signal a Read more...
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Some Useful Home Tanning Tips For The Best Results
By Javier Fuller
Indoor tanning can definitely provide you the makeover matching the one provided by professional tanning salons.Tanning is the result of the UV Rays stimulating the production of Read more...

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About Home Improvement
By Dennis Romano
With the changing of the seasons, it's possible to create a completely new look and feel with little or no effort for your improvement. Fall has a way of creeping up on you before you realize it the warm days of summer are giving way to slightly cooler days and nights. The longs light days of summer are starting to lessen; the dark evening are creeping up earlier and earlier, so now's a perfect time to start your improvement.

Once these changes start happening you begin to start spending more time indoors. Turning your into a cozy retreat with just a few simple changes is possible with little or no effort by doing the smallest of improvements and using a few decorating tips.

There are many small projects you can do to improve the look and feel of your home, just doing one or two of these tips it can make all the difference, so do a few of them or all of them if your budget allows. A good place to start your improvement is with your front entry, after all this is what will greet your family and friends when they come to visit. So why not make a first impression there, set the mood before they even step foot into your home. In addition, it's a wonderful way to welcome you at the end of a long workday, plus adding value to your home.

At the curb a charming antique patina mail box to start your way. If your front door looking tired old and faded a coat of paint can do wonders, new entry door hardware can be just the key, a lovely rust patina door latch will

add a lot of old world charm. Add a stunning matching outdoor lantern; many of today's hardware and lamps and lighting companies have matching or complimentary finishes available that will allow you to tie everything all together. For a final cozy touch, on the corner of the porch, add a charming display. Start with a few pumpkins and gourds, add a corn stock or two tie them all together with bunch of Indian corn for even more color tuck in a few of your favorite potted harvest flowers.

The Kitchen is usually the heart of the home, so this fall why not make a few changes to add value and change to the look of your kitchen to create a welcoming cozy feel with your improvement. With two screws and a screwdriver you can change out your tired old knobs and pulls on your kitchen cupboards and draws with new warm and charming copper or bronze door hardware and achieve a whole new look. Two screws a couple of wires will allow you to try a new lighting chandelier with warmth and color to enhance your total area. At the sink and the stove or back door you can through in a couple new rug with warm harvest colors, to finish it off create a lovely center piece with some warm fall leaves, a few gourds and some holiday fruit, apples, pears, and mini pumpkins makes a charming centerpiece for your table. Lastly, a few berry rings hinging from your new cupboard knobs hardware can be just the touch.

In the bathroom, retire your tired old cold chrome fixtures, in their place; spice it up, with some new ones with a lovely warm oiled rubbed bronze finish, that's what makes a warm and cozy feel in your improvement. Hang towels of bunt orange, greens and gold, use a small basket with rolled hand towels, for the counter or at the tub. Try new bronze accessories include a soap dish, toothbrush holders; these bath accessories can make such a difference. As a final addition to your improvement, add some soaps with seasonal fragrance, maybe a candle or two with matching bronze holders.
Dennis Romano is a hardware store owner and writes about Home Improvement and Home Remodeling


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Naples and Southwest Florida Real Estate Is Hot!
There has never been a better time to Invest in Naples and Southwest Florida Real Estate! Collier County is ranked number one, and Lee County ranked number two in the entire State of Florida in Existing home (re-sales) sales ending February 2004. Collier County saw a 28% gain and Lee County had an 18% gain in sales of existing homes from February 2003 to February 2004. New home sales put Lee County number one in the United States for the 4th quarter in a row and Collier County number five. These figures are based on the number of new home permits issued per thousand people. We are seeing incredible appreciation figures, and rental rates are at an all time high. If you purchase a home in Southwest Florida, you should realize an unparalleled appreciation, and the figures indicate that, if you choose to rent your property out when you are not here, you should easily find a tenant. The Median sales price for the same period saw Collier County with a 42% increase ($273,100 to $389,000) and Lee County with a 31% gain ($130,500 to $170,000). Once again, these value increases show that real estate in Southwest Florida out paced most other forms of investment. Collier and Lee County Sales Figures
The Berry Realty Group will update sales figures for Collier and Lee Counties on a weekly basis to make it easy to chart the incredible equity growth figures we are currently experiencing with no end in sightHurricane Charley Has Little Effect On Naples Florida Real Estate
Hurricane Charley certainly wreaked havoc on Southwest Florida, however the early warnings, the incredible emergency team response, and the best neighbors in the United States have made it look like we just had a little thunderstorm. Residents were prepared prior to Hurricane Charley, and they are prepared after Hurricane Charley. Neighbors were out bright and early helping each other clean up downed trees, and help each other out, leaving very little evidence that we just saw a category 4 hurricane pass through. Florida Power and Light had most resident?s power in no time, and the emergency response teams are second to none.

     
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