Home & Garden Infographics



How Much Time Do You Spend in Your Apartment?

You probably write out your rent check every month without too much thought. And you probably go about your day without worrying how much time you’re spending at each stop. But if you’re curious, the team at ForRent.com calculated where that rent check really goes and what your time both at home and away is actually costing you. Here is a breakdown of how much time most Americans really spend in their apartment and what they spend their time doing.

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How to Build the Gym you Need at Home

We all like to be healthy and fit but that requires regular exercise sessions. Our main issue is that we don’t have time to attend any health clubs or frequent gym classes. So, wouldn’t it be great to workout at our preferred schedule in our own home? We surely need to create some empty space for the weight training equipment or the yoga mats, but that doesn’t have to be a large one.

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Benefits of Remodeling Your Bathroom

Bathroom remodeling is not just a trend—it is a must. Did you know that there are many benefits of bathroom remodeling? Regardless of your budget, you can remodel your bathroom the way you want it. And sooner, you’ll reap the benefits. Here are the main benefits of bathroom remodeling.

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The Many Uses of Yurts

Did you know that there are approximately 200 yurts in Oregon State Parks? State and federal parks often turn to yurts for their small environmental footprint, which can be used for campground rentals, military recreation lodgings, welcome centers and more. View the following infographic to learn more about the many ways to use yurts for business, personal and government use.

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Cool (and Weird) Shed Uses

Garden sheds aren’t only used for storing garden tools or other equipment. In fact, some people transformed their sheds into a laboratory, playhouse, greenhouse, Silicon shed, or even a church. Can you imagine that? Here are some weird uses of shed in an infographic by DIYPlans.com.

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Do Your Own Plumbing

When something goes wrong in the bathroom or under the kitchen sink, it normally causes home owners to freak out and call a plumber. However, did you know that some of the most common faults that occur are easily fixable, even if you have little or no DIY experience? In this infographic, explore 5 plumbing jobs that you can do yourself.

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Autumn Gardening Jobs

Capital Garden Services has produced this visual asset on the best gardening jobs to get done in Autumn. There really is so much to get done. The visual asset takes you through essential gardening tools you need, how to protect and transplant your plants, the joys of container planting and more.

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Everything You Need To Do Before a Home Renovation

So you want to renovate your home? The key to any successful renovation is planning, more planning, preparation, and more preparation. You’ll need to do your homework on costs, financing, contractors, permits, materials, and more. The best way to approach the process is to allow yourself time to take it step-by-step and not have to rush into any decisions.

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Defending Your Apartment From Monsters

Catastrophes such as fires, floods or even earthquakes can be problematic for homeowners. But what if your home is attacked by a monster? What if there was a werewolf breaking down your door? How about if a mummy was in your living room? In this infographic, ForRent.com shows how to defend your apartment from the various monsters of classic horror movies.

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The Stress Free Checklist For Moving House

Forget roller coasters and scary movies – moving is one of the most terrifying things you can do. Whether it be worrying about removal companies or panicking about packing, there’s so much can go wrong! That’s where this Stress-Free Guide For Moving House from Dreams comes in.

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The Ultimate Rooftop Garden Guide

There’s never been a better time to construct a rooftop garden. Why? Because the weather conditions are perfect. Right now, summer is coming to a close, meaning plants are no longer in danger of drying out quickly, (as long as you’re staying on top of your watering duties). We’re also a long way off from winter, giving new plants time to develop before the frost comes.

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The DIY Garage Clutter Buster Guide

You know what it’s like, you move into your brand new house and everything is all nicely put away, in its place and tidy. Fast forward 2-3 years and everything’s a shambles and your garage looks like it’s been caught up in a tornado with junk all over the place and nowhere to park your car. Well this weekend, why not take control of your horribly hoarded garage and turn it back into a functional and organized storage space?

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