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Home Improvement Market Floats These Stocks


Home Improvement Market Floats These Stocks

Home Improvement Market Floats These Stocks
News from DailyFinance:

It’s officially spring, the time of year that homeowners typically start thinking about sprucing up their houses with a fresh coat of paint, new decks or patios, or even new kitchen cabinets. As the economy has begun its slow ascent from the doldrums and unemployment eases, the home improvement industry has been enjoying a resurgence. Even with home equity loans less available than they were a few years ago and the fact that many homeowners still owe more on their homes than they are worth, people are improving, rather than moving.

This is good news for the home improvement industry, and many stocks are showing the gains from this trend. Sherwin-Williams (NYS: SHW) , that venerable old paint manufacturer, has been on a real tear lately, with its stock moving up 64% since last fall and having turned in excellent financial reports since last fall, when it landed a contract with Choice Hotels. Equally active has been competitor Valspar (NYS: VAL) , whose stock has risen about 26% in just the past three months, despite a slight…………… continues on DailyFinance

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Spring into home improvement with weekend wonder projects
News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

(ARA) – Sprucing up your home for spring doesn’t have to mean spending huge amounts of time and money. In fact, there are many projects that you can complete in a weekend that will improve the look and feel of your home. With a little guidance and the right tools, you can easily get your home in top shape by Monday morning.

Paint refresh
Commonly recognized as one of the most easy and cost-effective interior updates, painting is a weekend project that can completely transform the aesthetic of your home. When purchasing paint, a quality product will ensure your end results are beautiful. Low-quality, inexpensive paint will likely require a number of coats to get the coverage needed – resulting in more time and money spent. To avoid increased time and cost, use a premium line of paint like Pratt & Lambert’s Accolade, which guarantees excellent hide and outstanding durability. Popular among interior designers, Accolade is available in more than 1,000 colors to complement any style. When choosing paint for your next weekend project, remember that a quality product will achieve the best end result and save you time and money in the long run.

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