If you live in an older home (and there are many of them in St. Louis) it might have knob and tube wiring. Knob and tube (or K&T) was the standard method of electrical wiring when electricity was first used in homes in the 1880s. New innovations in cable and wire came along in the 1920s, but K&T was still common up until the 1950s when more modern methods took over.

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Whether buying or selling a home in St. Louis, finding the best realtor will involve some work. You’ll want to ask people you know for referrals, do some research, and finally, interview the best candidates. (Read Follow These 3 Steps to Find a Real Estate Agent.) Sales statistics and experience are important, but you need to feel confident in your decision on a more personal level, too.

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Easy Home Accents to Upgrade Your Space

Thursday, January 2nd, 2020

With each season comes new trends and styles in interior decorating. While it's fun to explore ideas and revamp a home, it can be costly and become outdated within months. If you're itching to refresh your space without overdoing it, home accents are the best way to change a room with minimal effort. Here are a few ideas to swap out when you're looking for a new look in your home:

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How To Turn Your Home into a Smart Home

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

For years, cartoons and movies have told us that robots would be doing all of our chores by the year 2020. Well, those weren’t far off by saying so as smart technology is taking off in a big way worldwide. They may not be the robots we’re used to seeing, but they are man-made electronic devices that make our lives much easier. With a little bit of installation and a tech-savvy mindset, all you’ll need is a high-speed internet connection. Keep reading to find out how you can turn your home into a smart home.

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Your house is likely to be the biggest investment you make in your entire life. Whether you're planning to sell it or you're there for the long haul, it is important to take care of your investment. As any real estate agent will tell you, the first thing people notice about your home is the exterior. You need strong curb appeal to make a good first impression.

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