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A Mom’s Survival Guide to Getting Through a Home Renovation Project

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Renovations can be needed to add value to your home as well as adding to your quality of life.

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By nature, home renovations or remodels can be rather crazy. There is so much noise, people walking in and out of your home, and everywhere you look there is dust and debris. When you add children to this equation, you can expect things to become a lot more chaotic.

Of course, it may be inevitable that you or have to

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