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    Our Favorite Home Improvements You Can Make for Less Than $100

    Photo: Artazum (Shutterstock) Home improvement projects can be daunting, both in scale and in cost. But if you’re looking for small ways to make your home more comfortable, more efficient, or safer for you and your guests, you don’t have to go broke. Here are a few of our favorite home improvement projects that will yield big results, even on a small budget. Add a smart thermostat There are lots of smart thermostats available for less than $100, and they can save you money on heating and cooling costs. Not only can you cut  

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    Home Improvement’s Zachery Ty Bryan Is Engaged: See the Ring

    Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock Congrats are in order! Zachery Ty Bryan is engaged — and he couldn’t be more thankful for his fiancée. The Home Improvement alum, 40, made his recent engagement Instagram official on Wednesday, November 17, with a sweet post dedicated to his soon-to-be bride. “You win some and you lose some,” he wrote alongside a photo of him hugging his lady love as she showed off her diamond ring. “I’m thankful for a win … finally!” Bryan was previously married to his high school sweetheart, Carly Matros. The estranged pair, who called it quits in September 2020 after  

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    Some consumers to spend more post-pandemic, including on home improvements, survey finds

    article More than a quarter of Americans who plan to increase their post-pandemic spending want to take on a home improvement project, according to a new survey. Here are some ways to pay for renovations. (iStock) The coronavirus pandemic has impacted how many Americans spend and invest their money, according to a survey of more than 2,000 consumers from Marcus by Goldman Sachs. While the majority of respondents said they’ll continue to spend the same, about 1 in 5 said they’ll spend more post-pandemic. Of them, more than a quarter (27%) said they plan to spend more money on  

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    More Than Half of U.S. Homeowners Are Planning or Considering Home Improvements as an Alternative to Moving, DEWALT® Survey Finds

    – Renovation Demand is Booming: More than seven in 10 U.S. homeowners are planning on or considering a major renovation project in the next six months – Skilled Talent is in High Demand: Of those who have reached out to a contractor, nearly six in 10 must wait at least three months for work to begin – Pro Tips: Professional builder and YouTube star Kyle Stumpenhorst has partnered with DEWALT to share top tips to help homeowners navigate the market NEW BRITAIN, Conn., July 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — A new survey from DEWALT, part of the world’s largest tools  

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    Home Improvement’s Jonathan Taylor Thomas, now 39, looks unrecognizable as he vapes & walks dogs

    HOME Improvement’s Jonathan Taylor Thomas, now 39, looked unrecognizable as he vaped and walked dogs in his first sighting in about eight years. Jonathan was spotted on camera as he walked his two adorable pet dogs over in Hollywood.  13 Jonathan covered his head with a blue baseball capCredit: Coleman-Rayner 13 Jonathan appeared to be vapingCredit: Coleman-Rayner The former child star appeared to be relaxed as he smoked a vape during his stroll.  The Home Improvement star covered his face with sunglasses, wore jeans, and had on a blue baseball cap Jonathan also had his face mask under  

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    The Most Popular Home Improvements Planned For 2021

    The momentum that drove home improvement trends throughout 2020 doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. A recent study by Rated People revealed that 51 per cent of us are set to enhance our homes in 2021. Our top priority according to survey respondents is to refresh our existing spaces with fresh paint (44 per cent) and new carpets (27 per cent,) whilst many of us want to increase space within our homes by adding bespoke storage and adapting rooms to become more multi-functional. Just under 10 per cent of respondents wish to bring their social lives and  

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