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Decorative window treatments
Window treatments can improve the decor of any room. The most popular treatments are called framing windows. They involve top treatments with a type of fabric that is draped across the top and fitted along the sides of the window.
Exterior home improvements
Improving your home's looks can be as simple as washing the walls or as complex as getting new siding. You'll save a lot of time and trouble if you rent a power washer to get the exterior clean.
Gutters and downspouts
Gutters catch rainfall and melted snow and direct it to the downspouts, which discharge it away from your home. Without this system of removing water, runoff could collect at the base of your house and seep into the basement.
Interior improvements
The first step in any home improvement project is planning. If you are a homeowner, you probably already have an idea of an improvement you would like to make in your home.
Paint vs. wallpaper
Both paint and wallpaper can add a pleasant effect to a room, but they differ regarding cost, time, and aesthetic differences. Paint is usually less expensive.
Preparing a room for paint or wallpaper
Paint and wallpaper can enhance any room, but there are a few things that must be done before applying either one to ensure proper adhesion or coverage.
Replacement windows
Replacement windows are designed to slip right into the spaces formerly occupied by old, poorly-performing windows. The windows come set in aluminum, wood, or vinyl frames.
Types of siding
When choosing a new siding, there are several items you may want to take into account: the cost, the difficulty of installing a specific siding material, the kind of regular maintenance it will need, and its special physical characteristics.
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President gets in more golf, heads for Washington

Updated: 11/23/2014 10:07:46 AM

Air Force One leaves McCarran International Airport with the Las Vegas skyline in the background just before 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, 2014. President Barack Obama gave a speech on immigration at Del Sol High School on Sunday and stayed until Sunday morning, playing golf on Saturday and Sunday until time to fly home to Washington, D.C. (Rick Miller)

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