Allergens, dust particles and pollutants all add up in your home and over time can lead to serious respiratory problems for its occupants. If you notice you are not breathing as easy as you should  or you just want to improve your indoor air quality there are steps to minimize the potential for dust particles in your home.

  • Clean your home regularly.
  • Use an air purification unit to attract dust particles and return cleaner air throughout the house.
  • Using an air-sealing product such as spray foam insulation to insulate and air-seal the home. This reduces  the amount of particles and allergens that enter the home.

These simple strategies will help significantly reduce the potential for respiratory problems in your home and you will be breathing easier in no time.

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Painting your home for staging purposes is a little different than painting your home for personal pleasure. While your daughter may love having her walls painted Barbie pink, a potential buyer may see this as a distraction. Choosing neutral colors will enable buyers to imagine themselves in your home much easier. And while a fresh coat of paint on your walls may initially seem to be a costly endeavor to undertake, consider that painting your home can increase the value of your home by a few thousand dollars in some cases. Below is a basic guide to what colors you should have in mind if you plan on painting your home for show.

The Kitchen – Kitchens do well with yellows, oranges, and reds. As long as the shade is neutral, these colors will serve to highlight home appliances, kitchen size, and overall comfort. Picking these food-friendly colors will definitely kick your kitchen up a notch.

Bathrooms – Bathrooms, because of their size, are best served by very light colors such as tan or pale yellow. The darker you go, the smaller your bathroom will look. In addition, Light colors will also give a sense of cleanliness to a bathroom. If you happen to have a bathroom that already boasts a robust color due to architecture or tile, then pulling colors from these may be an option. For instance, if you have a tile floor in the bathroom with a blue or red in it, then drawing from these colors and choosing a paler shade for the walls could potentially work for the overall flow of the bathroom.

Bedrooms – Bedrooms should always steer clear of bright colors, but other than that, you can have a bit more freedom here. Things to keep in mind include the color and style of flooring and fixtures, and whether or not your master bedroom has a master bathroom. Be sure to pick colors that compliment each other if so.

Hallways and the rest – Again, you get a bit more freedom here. Salmon-hued paints have a tendency to make people look lively and energized, while beige and blue tones can convey a sense of tranquility and calm. Beige with green tones can be energizing, so it may be something to consider once you reach the living room. Bright reds should probably be avoided in hallways, as they have a tendency to keep people from fully relaxing. This may sound a little crazy, but it’s true.

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No fee! Comfortable Cape style home in nice quiet location with 3-4 bedrooms. Pets considered. Three bedrooms upstairs with a captive bonus room which some might use as a child-size 4th bedroom or office. Additional bedroom, den or office on first floor. Super location near the Weston line with easy access to routes to North as well as 9 East or West. Great Wellesley Schools. Good value rental! Super easy to show. Available now. Landlord will pay 1/2 month to tenant’s agent.

This property features 8 total rooms, 1 full bath, 1 half bath, 4 bedrooms, and is currently available for $2,400.

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Mid-Century Modern with space for all, breath taking sunset views and ideal cul de sac setting! Remodeled home features one floor living, five bedrooms and four full baths. Large main floor master with luxurious, over sized bath including oversize frameless shower and jet tub. There are four more bedrooms, two of which are massive and feature en-suite baths. Two more in their own wing. The kitchen is open to the cathedral ceiling family room with toasty gas stove. This layout allows for great privacy- perfect for multi-generation or au pair living. There is even more space in the lower level with a large and sunny playroom, office and laundry. Two car heated garage. Everything is updated and fresh, ready to move right in!

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