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Signs Your Roof is Worn Out

A worn-out roof is unable to properly protect your home from roof damage and other issues. As a homeowner, you should take the time to keep an eye out for the signs indicating your roof is in need of repair or replacement.

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What to do After a Natural Disaster

When a storm damages your home, it may be difficult to figure out what you should do next. In order to get your home restored as quickly as possible, there are several steps you should take.

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Unique Ideas For Your New Deck

When you consider adding a deck to your home, you may only be picturing one common type of deck. Perhaps you simply envision your deck extending outward from your home on a single platform. Although you may not realize, there are actually plenty of ways you can get creative with your home’s deck. At Intelligent Design Corp, we can help you with the design of your new deck. We can help you find a design that successfully incorporates the materials and features you prefer while also maintaining a secure and durable foundation.

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How to Self-Inspect Your Roof

Being able to inspect your roof and assess various issues can help you determine when you should call a reputable roofing contractor, such as Intelligent Design Corp, for further assistance. Although you should have your roof inspected by a team of professionals at least once a year, here are several steps you can take to ensure there aren’t any pressing concerns in the meantime.

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Tips For Keeping Your Home Warm This Winter

Minnesota is known for its particularly cold winters. The battle to keep your home warm can seem never-ending during the winter months. From taking advantage of sunny days to replacing your old windows, there are several steps you can take to heat up your home. Keep your home warm this winter by following these tips.

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How to Prevent Ice Dams in the Winter

The cold winter months can cause an excess of wear and tear on your home. One of the most common issues a home can face is the formation of ice dams. Ice dams occur when water freezes near the edge of your home’s roof as it runs off the house. When an excess of water freezes, this results in mounds of ice commonly known as ice dams. Ice dams are damaging to your roof and home, as it can result in rust, peeling paint, stains, rotting, and broken shingles and other fixtures. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to prevent ice dams from forming.

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Budget-Friendly Ideas For Your Bathroom Remodel

Remodeling your bathroom can give your home a refreshing feel and look. Bathrooms aren’t only an area where you get ready each morning, but they can also be an area to relax and unwind. If you’re concerned an expensive remodeling isn’t in your budget, think again. Remodeling a bathroom doesn’t have to break the bank. There are several budget-friendly methods for enhancing the comfort and appearance of your bathroom.

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Tips For Preparing Your Roof For The Winter

Cold winter elements can leave their mark on your home's roof. Fortunately, summer and spring are optimal times for preparing your roof for the winter. As a homeowner, there are several critical steps you can take to prepare your roof for the winter months.

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Ideas For Remodeling Your Kitchen

Remodeling your kitchen comes with a series of big decisions. From choosing the overall color scheme to deciding on accents, the project can come with some pressure. As a homeowner, there are a few different approaches you can take to make your kitchen comfortable and beautiful.

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How to Pick Your House’s Exterior Colors

Your home’s exterior color gives you the chance to show a bit of your personality to outside viewers. While this is can be a fun challenge, finding the right color for a home can also supply homeowners with a bit of stress and pressure. Fortunately, there are a few steps you can take to help you find a color palette that not only looks good but also suits your preferences.

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