5 home fix-ups for spring

Posted on: August 22, 2019 by in Blog
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With the days lengthening and weather warming, spring is a good time to get outdoors and tackle some larger home projects. Now that the threat of winter storms has passed, be sure to look for damage and make any needed repairs, as well as prep your home and garden for summer.“Winter weather can wreak havoc on your house, leaving you with a long list of repairs,” said Cathy McHugh, director, brand management at DAP. “It’s important to prioritize and tackle the most important items Continue Reading ...

All You Need to Know About Roofing Inspections

Posted on: August 13, 2019 by in Blog
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A home is said to be the most expensive purchase you could ever make. What most people don’t know is that roofing is the second most, and yet it’s part of the house!Whether you are planning to sell your home or you are buying one, roof inspection should be part of your checklist, and definitely at the top. While it is very important to secure a safe roof for your home, it can also be quite an investment, but for good reasons. Why Roofing Inspection is a Win-WinRoof Continue Reading ...

Handy hacks and simple tricks for DIY projects

Posted on: August 1, 2019 by in Blog
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Have you ever left a reminder on a small scrap of paper because that is all you could find? Or ran out of the room when writing an important message? No matter your profession — from construction and manufacturing, to culinary and education, to even around the house — there's always a message or reminder to communicate.A study conducted by Post-it® Brand found that 30% of non-office workers have had to re-do work after a communications snafu. That stops today with Post-it® Extreme Continue Reading ...

Pool Inspections

Posted on: July 22, 2019 by in Blog
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Has your swimming pool been inspected lately? If you have got a pool at home you need to be sure to have it checked at least yearly; this will certainly ensure that everything is safe as well as incorrect working order. If you are taking into consideration acquiring a residence that has a swimming pool, see to it that you have the pool evaluated by a certified professional before you finish your purchase. Below is a short introduction of what will be examined during the swimming pool Continue Reading ...

5 smart home upgrades that will pay off later

Posted on: July 15, 2019 by in Blog
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Whether you want to make the most of your home now, or you’re thinking of selling soon, smart upgrades can boost your enjoyment of your home and increase its resale value. Some upgrades improve the aesthetics of your house, while others help save on energy costs or improve the functionality of the home. Still, others can add a touch of luxury.Why not consider smart upgrades for right now, instead of waiting until you’re ready to sell? You can certainly appreciate the upgrades now, while Continue Reading ...

Room redesign? Start with the floor

Posted on: July 8, 2019 by in Blog
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5 trusty tips for a room redesign (Hint: Start with the floors) To change the look of any room, start with the floor. A beautifully finished hardwood floor adds warmth and charm — and the range of options available for hardwood floors today can truly transform a room. With choices from soft natural to cool gray to dark charcoal you can find the perfect shade for your renovation. The floor sets the tone for the room's overall appearance.Don't know where to start? Here are a few tips to Continue Reading ...

Fact or fiction? 5 myths about metal roofing

Posted on: July 3, 2019 by in Blog
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5 metal roofing myths Asphalt shingles may be the most popular roofing in the U.S. by volume, but metal roofing is gaining in popularity for its durability, longevity and low-maintenance benefits. Still, many people unfamiliar with the product have misconceptions about this quality roofing option.Myth #1: Metal roofs are loudOne of the biggest misconceptions of metal roofs is that they are loud during a rainstorm and unbearable during severe weather, making sounds like repeatedly Continue Reading ...

5 overlooked items in your kitchen that deserve a refresh

Posted on: July 3, 2019 by in Blog
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You wipe down the counters, clean the floor and run the dishwasher regularly. Your kitchen appears clean on the surface, but there's probably a lot that could use a refresh. It's time to pay attention to frequently used but often forgotten items in your kitchen.Make sure to include these five kitchen items on the next round of cleaning so you get the sparkling kitchen you deserve.DishwasherWhy would a machine with the main job of cleaning need cleaning itself? Because food debris Continue Reading ...

Upgrade Your Swimming Pool Safety To A High-Tech Level

Posted on: June 24, 2019 by in Blog
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When you were maturing, it's likely that swimming pool fencings weren't compulsory. Swimming pool mishaps as well as sinking deaths are still too typical, before demands for fencings around the swimming pool as well as securing gates, the occurrences were greater than they are now.You can't construct a swimming pool today without mounting swimming pool fencing. Municipalities need it as a component of the minimum degree of safety and security and also it will be checked by a code Continue Reading ...

Termite Pest Inspections

Posted on: June 17, 2019 by in Blog
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If you suspect that you have termites in your home, you ought to get a termite inspection record. Setting you back around $250 to $550, termite insect assessments are low-cost ways of monitoring your residence for the presence of these harmful bugs and also the very best chance of identifying a problem in the onset.Termite infestations are common in the Sydney suburban area as well as can be ravaging in their results. As a matter of fact, termites have been understood to eat their method Continue Reading ...