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What to do if My House Floods

The basics of what to do after a flood include the following: stopping the water at its source, turning off the electricity only if you can do so without stepping into water, and evacuating the premises. You’ll also need to contact your insurer (or your landlord, if you rent), document everything, and then clean up to prevent further damage from mold.

A flooded home can be the result of external events—such as extreme weather—or internal issues, including plumbing failures. No matter what the source of water is, there are steps you must take to protect your family, save your home, prevent health hazards, and recoup as much of the cost of repairs as possible from your insurer.

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Essential FAQs About Water Restoration And Your Home

If you have found yourself facing flooding within your home it may be a bit difficult to know what you should do next. Often, as homeowners, you can find yourself completely unprepared for the slew of questions you may have…”What should I do first?”, “How much will water restoration cost?”, “Will homeowners insurance cover the water restoration costs?”

As your questions begin to pile up, it is understandable to feel a bit overwhelmed, to help, we have put together a few essential FAQ’s to see you through this unfortunate event.

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Top Bathroom Design Trends Expected for 2020

Trends tend to come and go with the years, and experts are already looking ahead to the design trends they expect to see in 2020. With the renovation market hot—Americans spend almost $43 billion on their homes—and with millennials expected to increasingly look to renovate their homes, the Baltimore Post-Examiner took a look at some of bathroom trends expected to gain popularity in 2020.

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Kitchen Trends for 2020

These Kitchen Trends Will Reign Champion for 2020

Get a head start on your Kitchen Remodeling plans with predictions from the pros.

The new year is best celebrated with a refresh of all parts of life. And what better place to begin than in our most personal spaces, like—let’s say—our homes? While following trends may feel like fleeting pursuit, when it comes to kitchen design they often outlast their time in the spotlight. From millwork to backsplashescolor palettes and design styles, we asked top designers to weigh in on what trends will be most popular on the home front next year.

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Black Friday Deals 2019

Latest Black Friday 2019 deals available now: $294 PS4 Pro, $95 Dyson vac, Switch Minecraft bundle and more

Plus, score $100 headphones with a one-year Tidal subscription. And act fast on the rest of these early Black Friday deals, because they won’t last long.

We’re in the home stretch, now: The pre-Black Friday deals will soon begin to become the real Black Friday deals. The first batch of Amazon devices (not including the Echo Show 8, below) go on sale this Friday, and the first batch of deep discounts on PS4 and Xbox One bundles start at midnight on Sunday (9 p.m. PT Saturday). Until then, though, there are plenty of good deals to be had. For example, as we noted yesterday, you can get a Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 1TB with extra controller for $294 with code ANT59C. That beats the price that we’ll see this weekend, when many stores will be selling the Pro for $300, and you get a second controller! (While you’re at it, save $20 on a 1-year PS Plus subscription — see below.)

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What Is a Kitchen Bump Out Addition?

Without a doubt, most homeowners would like a larger kitchen. Even though kitchens have expanded over the last few decades, the average kitchen size tends to range between 100 to 200 square feet. That’s not much space when you consider that kitchens are densely packed full of many services: sink, oven, stove, refrigerator, cabinets, and more. It gets even more complicated with kitchens being central gathering points. Kitchen islands and sit-down breakfast bars create the need for even more space.

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