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Holiday decor trends

From mixed metals to jewel tones, trendy animals to festive vintage themes, retailers offer new ideas and traditional options to refresh any homes’ decor this season.

Control whiteflies as soon as you see them

Whiteflies are a bad insect problem for any plant. Their populations grow so quickly that small numbers lead to large numbers very fast. For that reason, it’s important to get them under control early, as soon as you see them.

Options vary for installing undercabinet lighting

Undercabinet lighting is a slick way to light up a surface. You can buy lots of different varieties of light fixtures, some with a cord and plug, others that are hard-wired and still others that are battery-operated that just stick to the underside of your cabinets.

Before incorporating holiday decor, edit day-to-day accessories

There are ways to incorporate holiday accessories into your existing decor without making your house too crowded and without overwhelming your space. The key is to edit.

Nostalgia reigns at Vermont Country Store

Those 65 years and older will fondly remember some of the nostalgic holiday items available at this The Vermont Country Store, while younger generations may find what they discover to be heartwarming traditions to pass down to their families.

Holiday lights: Leave it to the pros

Hiring professional holiday light installers can save time and worry, which allows homeowners to do more important things like shopping, partying and overeating with family and friends.

Replace ring to fix leaking toilet

It is easier to repair a retaining ring than to replace a broken toilet flange. You can buy a reinforcement ring that screws on top of the broken flange. The ring will keep the toilet sitting in the same footprint.

Cutting tree roots always damages the tree

You can typically remove about one-third of the total tree roots with no problem. This is done sometimes when trenches are cut in the soil for burying irrigation lines. But when roots are cut, about one-third of the top should be removed as well.

Smart technology: Practicality at your fingertips

In the past, smart home technology was typically reserved for high-end and custom homes. The next generation made technology for the home more affordable and accessible.

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