Go Green At Home

Going “green” doesn’t mean spending extra green.  In most cases, an environmental choice benefits both the planet & your wallet.  Here are some of our recommendations on how you can have a more energy efficient home. Rain Harvesting: Rain water is a free resource and collection barrels set up at the downspouts of your gutters…
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Ideas To Make Your Deck Stand Out Of The Crowd

When pondering the idea of building a deck, there are some factors that you need to consider regarding what you intend it to be used for as well as how it will function. A deck provides an additional open space area for use. It is a great place for entertaining in the warmers months and…
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Getting Top Dollar For Your Rental Property

One of the best things a landlord can do during a soft economy is pay careful attention to the upkeep of their properties in order to ensure they are able to get the most out of each unit. Here are some examples of smart renovation investments in a rental property.   Install New Windows: Older…
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Basement Waterproofing 101

Basement Waterproofing Have you had a water problem for a long time in your basement or has one just started? There are many reasons as to why and how water gets in your basement. Below are some of the most common culprits. Cracks in your masonry Leaking pipes Inadequate sump pump Improper positioning of downspouts…
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Choosing The Right Shutters For Your Home

While the necessity of having shutters for your home is a thing of the past, they still add interest to your home. When they were first conceptualized, shutters were primarily made of wood.  Wood shutters continue to be a popular choice for historic homes.  The most popular types of wood shutters are: Cedar– Withstands the…
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