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Submit home improvement ideas, tips, and advice in the form of short articles to FixtheHome.com and have your work published to the website along with a link to your own website.

Fix the Home, a website where homeowners can get do-it-yourself home improvement tips and request free estimates from local contractors, is accepting articles covering home improvement tips, ideas, and advice. Fix the Home - http://www.fixthehome.com - provides informative, up-to-date information on all types of home improvement projects and is part of Lead Storm Media, a service that generates leads for websites.

Fix the Home accepts only original articles and needs to have exclusive rights to those articles. In return for articles, authors will receive a byline and a link to their website. This article submission is perfect for homeowners who have completed projects around their house and have advice to share or home improvement professionals who have home improvement wisdom to impart and would like a little recognition. The articles can be about anything home improvement related from fun landscaping ideas to how to install kitchen cabinets to what to think about when remodeling your basement. Articles can be informal and range from a half to two pages, but they need to be original and not published anywhere else. Email articles to press@leadstormmedia.com.

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Fix the Home wants to be a provider of information to homeowners, information that's valuable whether they plan to tackle the home improvement project themselves or get a contractor to help. Knowing more information, homeowners can reach a better decision on the amount of time the project will take to complete, get a good idea of what's involved with the project, what is needed to complete the work, and whether it might be worthwhile to hire a contractor to complete a part of or all of the project.

Help homeowners make a wise decision. Email articles to press@leadstormmedia.com

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