Home & Garden Infographics



Home Automation: Your Guidebook To a Growing Trend

Home automation is the new big thing. Connecting your home’s tech to your phone provides the luxury of keeping tabs on your phone at all times. But what does it all cost? This infographic from LivSecure gives you an idea of cost.

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How To Clean Your Pool

Owning a swimming pool brings lots of rewards, but it can also bring lots of chores. The prospect of getting back from a long day at work and having to go through the process of pool maintenance is enough to fill most pool owners with dread. The truth is, most people are doing their pool maintenance all wrong.

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The Smart Kitchen of the Future is Here

The current home improvement trends are developing in terms of technology. Some interesting stats of the future smart kitchens include that by 2022, the smart kitchen appliances market is expected to be worth $2.7 billion, smart refrigerators are seeing huge growth with the market likely to be worth $768.2 million by 2020 and that there are also many great apps available to bring efficiency to how we cook.

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The Cost of the Apartment in 50 Shades Darker

Christian Grey lives in a penthouse in downtown Seattle’s Escala building. The 5,170-square-foot apartment has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows with a 280-degree view. There is an open kitchen area with breakfast bar and a 1,000-square-foot private terrace. Have you ever wondered what Christian Grey’s luxury apartment would cost? ForRent.com ran the numbers.

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The Cost of the Apartments in the Most Romantic Movies

More than on-screen relationships, watching romance movies makes us lust after the sweet homes that the main characters live in. This infographic from the folks at ForRent.com looks at the cost of the apartments and houses in your favorite romantic movies, from Harry Met Sally to The Notebook.

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Why Gardening is Good for You

Did you know that gardening could reduce the risk of hart attack or stroke by as much as 27%. It could also reduce your chance of obesity by as much as 62%. In this infographic by What Shed, discover why gardening is good for you.

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How to Find a Plumber You Can Trust

If you’ve got a leaky tap or broken toilet that needs fixing, and you don’t have the skills, hiring a plumber is a necessity. Hiring a plumber is not as easy as picking someone from the yellow pages or Google search. So how do you choose who to hire? In this infographic, Radiator Valves 4u will show you easy steps to take, to ensure that you make the best choice for you, your home and your peace of mind.

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Adding Value To Your Home

Whether you’re looking to move or simply upgrade the home you’re living in, adding certain features or fixing particular problems can add value to your property. So, it’s worthwhile spending a bit of time researching all the options, from simple, cosmetic makeovers to structural repairs, extensions and renovations. This guide provides an overview of all the factors, including internal and external options to consider.

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7 Types Of Motivated Sellers To Buy Properties From Now

Winning in real estate is all about making your money when you buy, and helping others. So, if you are buying property it makes sense to search out the motivated sellers. Here are seven types of property owners investors should be looking for now, from Real Estate Worldwide.

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Home Improvement Trends 2017

Home improvement trends in 2017 are expected to be much different compared to 2016. While home offices were popular in 2016, 2017 is likely to be the year of the home theater. There will also likely be a move away from minimalist interiors with handcrafted ethnic designs, to create a more inviting interior, growing in popularity.

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Winter Prep for a Spring Garden

In the depth of winter, it may seem that there is little to do in your garden. There are few plants and flowers growing, the weather is cold and less daylight prevents you from spending a lot of time outdoors. However, there are things you can be doing to prepare your garden for spring.

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9 Do’s and Don’t’s of Buying a House

Buying a new house, as they say, is one of life’s biggest investments. So it’s obvious that we should ruminate and consider things before making a decision. After all, we don’t want to feel regretful in the end, right? Sure, it can be intimidating especially if you don’t have any idea about the property industry. But you need not to worry as there are proven ways that can help you ease your house buying process.

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Ways to Increase House Value

Do you want to maximize the value of your home? The good news is, there are proven ways that can boost your house value such as cosmetic enhancements and structural repairs. In fact, anything improved or added or repaired in your property may impact its value. To help you, here’s an infographic presented by eMoov that features different ways to increase house value.

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