Savvy Homeowner Guides
…that Save You Time & Money
Stop waiting for enough time to research a problem or plan a home renovation. Each savvy homeowner guide focuses on one homeowner project, to save you time and money.
Each book brings together all the information you need to manage a home project with confidence, or we’ll recommend other resources to help you dig deeper. From finding contractors to remodeling a bathroom, we’ve pulled together the most critical information you need.
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Learn to Find & Hire the Right Contractors for Any Project, Big or Small.
We’re all super busy juggling personal and professional goals. So we have a tendency to put things off if they’re difficult. That’s why you want our savvy homeowner guide for finding contractors to help you manage your home with confidence.
Imagine a home emergency where you know exactly who to call because you’ve already built a relationship with them? And the confidence to call contractors for home renovations like a new roof or remodeling your kitchen.
This eBook is for homeowners who know they need help and aren’t sure who to call, or how to pick the right contractor.
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Create a Home Maintenance Schedule that Fits Your Lifestyle, and Put It on Autopilot
When you bought your house, it didn’t come with a homeowner’s manual. So unless you’ve mastered the art of home maintenance (congrats if you have), you probably don’t know what maintenance tasks need to be done, or when.
This savvy homeowner guide is for homeowners who want to proactively manage their homes, without going broke or crazy. You’ll figure out what your home needs and a budget to get things done. Rather than over commit yourself, you’ll pick projects to do yourself and others you’ll delegate.
You’ll put everything on a home maintenance schedule that fits your lifestyle and budget, and that’s what it means to put your home maintenance on autopilot!
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Organize Your Family Paperwork for Easy Access
It’s funny how much paper we still collect, given how much data we’re now consuming on smart phones, tablets and computers. Most of the paper we get comes via snail mail, and in my house 98% of it goes into the trash immediately … but the piles are still around.
We need to save lots of paper, so Organizing Family Papers for Easy Access is for homeowners who want to paper files and piles, by moving most of it online using tools like Dropbox and Evernote.
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Update Your Bathroom For a Fresh Look, On a Low Cost Budget
This book, Low Cost Bathroom Remodeling Tips, helps you prioritize your ideas and figure out what you can afford to include in your remodeling plans. We’ll cover ways to reuse what you have and creative shopping tips to find just the right fixtures for your dream bathroom.
This book is for homeowners who want to plan their project on paper, to avoid costly mistakes. By taking the guesswork out of remodeling, you’ll avoid the domino affect that drives many projects over budget.
Start planning your bathroom now, and CLICK HERE.
Tips for Working at Home & Thriving
In Tips for Working at Home and Thriving, you’ll identify and prioritize everything you need to create a home office that works for you. And whether you buy everything at once or stagger purchases to fit your budget, you’ll have the confidence that your investing in the right things.
For every busy home professional, this book takes the guesswork out of setting up a home office that fits your requirements and your house. Stop procrastinating and take action to put your needs at the top of your list.
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Do you want more support as you tackle your projects? For homeowners with a long list of projects or a major renovation like remodeling a bathroom or creating a home office, the Savvy Homeowner Club offers support from start to finish.
There are multiple ways to interact with Tina Gleisner and other home experts. Members have a weekly Q&A calls and a private members forum where you can interact with other women homeowners facing similar challenges. There’s also more content like a directory of trusted online resources.
So if you’ve always wanted somewhere to ask your homeowner questions, someone you can trust because they’re not selling a product or service, the Savvy Homeowner Club is for you.
CLICK HERE to learn more and sign up for the Savvy Homeowner Club.
Home Tips with Tina
Are you stuck and unsure how to move forward with a remodeling or home repair project? And you don’t know where to turn for advice, where you’ll be treated with respect regardless of the questions you want to ask?
For homeowners who want answers now, who want one-on-one time with a home improvement expert, you can schedule a private session with Tina Gleisner, founder of Home Tips for Women. Tina is a creative homeowner with experience owning 13 houses in 5 states, including a contemporary house she built, a 4-story addition, several kitchen remodels and more. And she ran a handyman business for 8 years where she worked with more than 2,000 homeowners.
CLICK HERE to schedule time with Tina.