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People take on home improvement projects for a number of reasons. For some, it is a way to update a home in terms of comfort, appearance, or functionality. Others may start making home improvements as a way of raising the value of their house or to make it more eco-friendly. These improvements are often made to the interior of the home and can be as simple as changing doors or lighting. At other times, home improvements may be more expensive, ambitious, and time-consuming, like renovating a bathroom or kitchen.

Home improvement may also expand to the area outside of one's home and can be as simple as adding a flower or vegetable garden. Gardening is a project that an entire family can take part in, from the planning stage to its upkeep. While a flower garden adds beauty, color, and curb appeal, a vegetable garden allows families to grow fresh food for their consumption. Both forms of gardening can be an educational experience for children that may even inspire a lifelong interest in agriculture or botany.

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  • Real Estate Links: Houston Community College has compiled this list of real estate links for students and site visitors to the site. People who visit this page will find government, the state of Texas, and local sites as well as links to organizations, environmental, and miscellaneous resources.
  • Home, Apartment, Home Auction, and Home Improvement Resources: Individuals and couples interested in buying or selling real property may visit this page for information and links to national, local, and federal home sites. Visitors will also find information about home auctions, commercial properties, and apartments.
  • TLS Appraisal Service Apartment, Home Improvement, and Real Estate Related Links: People who are buying a home can find information to various real estate websites, including directories, utility sites, real estate industry news, and similar sites.
  • Real Estate Information Blog: The Nancy Marshall Real Estate Group has put together this for customers who visit their website. Blog posts feature real estate information that home buyers and sellers may find useful.
  • What Can You Do If Your House Has Water Damage And Is In Need of Home Repair: Water has the ability to cause severe and costly damage to one's home. For that reason, it's important to know what to do in the event of a water-related incident. The information on this page provided advice on what homeowners should do if they find themselves in this situation.
  • How Could A Free $50K Improve Your Home Improvement Project?: Most people would be appreciative and pleased if they were to receive a free $50K to make renovations to their home. But how far will that money go? This page provides ideas on what this amount of money would cover during your home improvement project.
  • Shark vs. Home Improvement Injuries: The Florida Museum features a comparison of the number of home improvement injuries in 1996 to the number of shark injuries and deaths. Home improvement injuries are broken down into the type of equipment and the injuries that they have caused.
  • CPT 152 - Home Remodeling/Additions: People attending Delaware County Community College can read the description for this home remodeling course. The page includes credit, lecture, and lab hours.
  • Home Improvement Grant & Loan Program: People who are living in La Habra, CA will find information about home improvement grants and loan programs that are offered for single-family and mobile homes.
  • Quality Remodeling and Repair: Services: Before hiring Quality Remodeling and Repair for home improvement projects click on this page to read a summary of the services that are offered.
  • Home Improvement: There are a number of home improvement projects that are available to the residents of Westminster, MD. Residents can find information on these programs by visiting this page of the City of Westminster website.
  • City of Nebraska Urban Development: Rehabilitation: Visit this page read about the Home Improvement Loan Program (HILP). The page features before and after images of homes using the Emergency Repair Loan Program and the Direct/Deferred Loan Program.
  • Honors Theses: Home Improvement: Click this link to download and read this home improvement honors theses.
  • Home Improvement & Design Expo: People who live in Maple Grove can get information about the Home Improvement and Design Expo on this page of the City of Maple Grove website.
  • Home Improvement Tips - Smart Ways to Invest In Your Home: People who are considering selling their home can get home improvement tips when they click this link to South University. The page also includes remodeling home improvement tips and how to increase the value of the home.
  • Chapter 142A: Regulation of Home Improvement Contractors: Visit this page of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website to review the regulations for home improvement contractors. The page features 21 sections that one can click for more information.
  • Carpentry at Red Rocks Community College: Construction Technology: Read about the Carpentry Program at Red Rocks Community College by clicking this link. The page features certificates that are offered, tuition savings, scheduling options, and career paths.
  • The Student Center Renovation & Expansion: Students, parents, and staff of the University of Kentucky can keep track of renovation and expansion efforts when they visit this page. The page includes updates and a video fly-through.
  • The University Of Vermont: Consumer Assistance Program: Consumers and businesses in Vermont can get assistance from a collaboration between the Vermont Attorney General and UVM by clicking on this link. The page includes links on how to get help, learn more, or report a scam.
  • Housing Improvement Program: Members of American Tribes that are federally recognized can get information about the Housing Improvement Program offered by the U.S. Department of the Interior Indian Affairs. The page answers questions about what the program is, who is eligible, how to apply, income guidelines, and how funds are distributed.
  • Housing and Home Improvement Assistance: Individuals who live in North Carolina can find out about housing and home improvement assistance through the Health and Human Services website. The page also includes a download link.
  • Home Improvement: Revitalization of Cottage Place Gardens Public Housing: Students and alumni of Sarah Lawrence College can read about the revitalization of Cottage Place Gardens by clicking on this link.
  • Centennial Home Improvement Program (HIP): People living in the city of Centennial can get information on HIP. The page covers eligibility requirements, how to apply, and rebates.
  • Information for Home Improvement Contractors: Home Contractors in Connecticut should visit this Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection page for links to informational resources such as laws and regulations, home improvement registration, and various fact sheets.
  • Home Energy Education: Educators, students and their parents who visit this page will find information about energy efficiency and conservation. The page also provides information on various programs.




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