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Heating and Cooling

5 Things You Need to Do to Keep Your Home’s HVAC System Running Year-Round

Tweet The following five quick steps should be on your list of home maintenance checks and chores. Thermostat The installation of a programmable thermostat is one way to assure that

Driveways / Walkways

Did You Know That Your House Can Get Cancer?

Tweet Another name for this issue, is concrete spalling. How Does It Start? Concrete cancer begins when the steel mesh, wires, or rebars that may reinforce concrete are exposed to

Home Repairs

Repairs and Fixes to Expect in the Summer

Summer can bring to light some home issues that may have occurred over the winter and just weren’t convenient to fix during the colder months. Don’t panic!

Home Decor

The Top Three Rooms that Look Best in Stone

Tweet Depending on the type of stone you choose, the style it brings to your room can range anywhere from traditional and formal, to rustic and country, to clean and

Bed and Bath

5 Renovations that Will Open Up Your Bathroom

Many people desire a bathroom that is large, open and luxurious. However, not everyone has the square footage available in their bathroom to make this a reality.

Plumbing and Wiring

9 Things You Need to Know About Your Home Plumbing

The plumbing in your home is one of those things that you take for granted until it quits working. But when your sink won’t drain or your pipes freeze up, it can really make life miserable.

Appliances

Five Reasons To Replace Your Old Appliances

They may not “make them like they used to,” but appliances can’t last forever. You’ve performed every possible repair and maintenance suggestion over the years, and now it’s time to trade up for a new unit.

Driveways / Walkways

Mashing Pavement with Elegance: Design Ideas for Home Driveways

The driveway on your home doesn’t have to feature plain concrete with a lightly textured surface. There are plenty of options to make the driveway beautiful and give it character.

Yard and Garden

Five Ways to Create a Backyard Hangout for This Summer

Summer is a time to enjoy sunshine and happy times with friends and family members. Keep your gatherings relaxed and super local by intentionally designing your backyard with summer hangouts in mind.

Green Home

Cut the Energy Bill and Increase Home Value: 5 Projects to Accomplish by July

As the summer heat approaches, it’s time to get your home ready for it. The more you prepare, the more you can save on your cooling bills.