Is Your Home Making You Sick?

Americans spend an average of about 90 percent of their time indoors, majority of which is spent within the confines of their homes. It’s important to understand which household factors contribute to ailments and how they can be prevented.  Below, we’ll discuss some of factors that can make you sick at home and what can…
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Lighten Up Your Home With Skylights And Sun Tunnels!

The benefits of skylights and sun tunnels go far above that of the conventional. They provide ventilation for your home, free daylight, added value, and can provide a unique look.  It is said that having an insufficient amount of sunlight is linked directly to SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). People suffering from SAD may have less energy,…
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Protect Yourself By Asking The Right Questions Before Hiring A Contractor

Remodeling your home may sound like a lot of effort, but a well-constructed home will boost your property values.  While it’s important to evaluate the quality of supplies being used, it’s equally if not more important to carefully screen potential contractors to ensure that you’re working with a reputable professional who will follow through on the…
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What Is Rainwater Harvesting?

Rainwater harvesting is collecting the run-off from a structure in order to store it for later use. Traditionally, it involves harvesting the rain from a roof. The rain that falls will collect in your gutter system that channels the waters flow into downspouts moving it into a storage vessel. There are many different types of…
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Seven Reasons To Upgrade Your Gutters

Rain gutters serve an important part in protecting your home from water damage by diverting water away from your home.  Beware of gutters that don’t function as they should or suffer the following ramifications. 1. Interior Flooding: Without properly working gutters on your home, water is not diverted away which can cause basement flooding. 2. Rotting Fascia: Fascia provides…
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