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Is Your Outdoor Space Ready for a Major Upgrade?

It had been a fantastic weekend. Your son was initially concerned that it would seem strange to have a graduation party in December, but you convinced him that a mid term college graduation was worth celebrating. Scheduled the week before Christmas, it was…

How to Save on Your Air Conditioning Repair

There is nothing like walking into your home and having it at a comfortable temperature throughout the entire house while being able to look out all of…

4 Tips for Hiring a Landscaping Company

January 21, 2016 - 5:27 pm in Uncategorized

Good landscaping can do wonders for a home. Experts say that having it redone can add up to 30% to the home’s value. Adding trees does more than…

How Modern Heating and Cooling Systems Save Homeowners Money

Homeowners are always looking to cut down on expenses and put more money into their pockets, yet for some reason most homeowners turn their eyes away from some of the biggest sources of money loss in their houses. Heating and cooling account for about half…

5 Tips for Getting the Right Renters? Insurance

Renting rather than buying a home remains a popular option for many people throughout the United States. Leases tend to run fir 12 months making renting a much better choice for people who expect to move frequently. It is also a lot easier for most people…

Landscaping Beautifies Your Home, Adds Value

It’s hard not to admire the carefully maintained gardens and green spaces in your community parks or campuses. Spring, summer or fall, there is always color, there never seem to be weeds and the grass is always closely edged. And whether or not you know…

What To Do If Your Water Heater Is Leaking

January 15, 2016 - 7:09 pm in Faster drains, Kitchen sink plumbing, Slow drainage

An average household’s leaks can amount to over 10,000 gallons of waster water each year, which is the equivalent to 270 loads of laundry water. A leaky faucet alone can waste over 3,000 gallons a year if it is dripping at a rate of one drip per second.…

How Contractors Can Make Better Choices When Installing Roofs

General Contracting Green is the buzzword in virtually every aspect of home building and upkeep. From environmentally conscious building practices to choosing the greenest household cleaners, it has become increasingly easier to make smarter choices for a…

4 Reasons to Call a Professional About Your HVAC system

Last week our heater broke. When temperatures are as low as they are right now, the heater breaking is not on the list of top five things you thoroughly enjoy happening, to say the least. It wasn’t so much that our heater broke though. We got a new thermostat…

Three Projects to Improve the Curb Appeal of Any Home

There are a number of reasons homes fail to sell in the over-crowded market, unfortunately the home seller doesn’t always have access to that feedback. One way to increase the sale-potential of your home is to increase the curb appeal, since people generally…