Angie's List Shares 2013 Home Remodeling Trends, Affordable Decorating Ideas and Best and Worst Contractors

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Angie's List is offering five recently published articles for re-publication

Angie's List, the national consumer review service, has released five recently published articles that are available for re-publication.

In addition to the company’s popular subscription service, which offers detailed member reviews of contractors, roofers, plumbers, house cleaners, dentists and more, Angie’s List provides a free and constantly updated library of online articles featuring tips, how-tos, infographics and more from expert service providers and homeowners.

The following free online articles from Angie’s List are amongst the most tweeted, liked, pinned and shared articles this month. The articles may be re-published and credited to Angie’s List.

“Home remodeling trends to look for in 2013”
According to remodeling contractors, homeowners are remodeling their homes to make them more functional by opening up rooms, adding customized features to solve problems and making energy-efficient improvements to reduce waste and save on utility costs.

“Home pros share affordable decorating ideas”
Want to wake up a tired room without overspending? Take some tips from professional home stagers, whose expertise in preparing houses for sale (often by editing and rearranging what’s already there) can help those planning to stay put but need a fresh look. This article offers three general approaches for updating a room, suggested by home staging experts who are highly rated by Angie's List members.

“Best and worst contractors of 2012”
Angie’s List scrutinized detailed reviews of contractors, Penalty Box cases, overall grades and more to determine the Best and Worst Contractors of 2012. Select your city to see which companies have awesome or awful track records for local service.

“Do open houses really sell homes?”
Open houses play a role in today's real estate market, but not in the way most home sellers might assume, say several real estate professionals who are highly rated by Angie’s List members.
“Should you get a dental implant instead of a bridge?”
Just a few years ago, if you lost a front tooth, your dentist would recommend grinding the two adjacent teeth down to nubs and using them as anchors for a three-tooth bridge, thereby sacrificing two healthy teeth to replace one. Nowadays, you have an alternative that involves much less collateral damage: a single-tooth implant.

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