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Bathroom Remodels: What Minnesota Homeowners Need To Know

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When it comes to renovations, the bathroom is often the most overlooked room in the house. Make this the year you tackle that bathroom remodel in your Minnesota home, giving it a complete design makeover.

Whether you’re just adding a new coat of paint or updating the entire design with a new vanity and tub, a bathroom remodel is an exciting home project. To avoid costly mistakes, it’s important that you stay organized and on track from start to finish. Use this checklist to help you make smart choices and ensure that your bathroom renovation goes as planned.

1. Design and Plan

Once you’ve made the decision to remodel your bathroom, you’ll need a solid idea and plan for the design. Without a clear picture of what you want your bathroom to look like when the renovation is complete, you may run into mistakes that cost you money and time.

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MN Real Estate – Minnesota Homes For Sale

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Homeowners Association (HOA)

HOA fees are monthly or annual charges that cover the costs of maintaining and improving shared spaces. HOA fees are common within condos and some single-family home neighborhoods. Co-ops also have monthly fees (Common Charges and Maintenance Fees), which may also include real estate taxes and a portion of the building’s underlying mortgage.

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Control options for common Minnesota lawn and landscape weeds : University of Minnesota Extension

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Extension > Garden > Diagnose a problem > Is this plant a weed? > Control options for weeds

Krishona Martinson, Robert Mugaas and Karen Vydimar

The following provides both cultural and chemical control options for common weeds found in Minnesota lawns and landscapes. Cultural control options can be used in any type of garden, lawn or landscape. Chemical control options can ONLY be used at the locations listed directly on the label of the product. Prior to purchasing and applying any herbicide, completely read the product label and follow all instructions. Select a product that specifies use at the desired treatment location (e.g. lawn, flower garden etc). It is illegal to use an herbicide in a manner not listed on its label.

In addition, using an herbicide labeled for use on lawns in a flower or vegetable garden will likely prove injurious or even fatal to the desired plants. For

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