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Homeowner New Year’s Resolutions You Can Actually Commit To

According to a New York Times article, one in three people making a New Year’s Resolution ill break it by the end of January.  That’s pretty pathetic, though understandable, statistic.  After all, change is tough and we often, in a fit of optimism,, and champagne bubbles, bite off more than we can chew on New Year’s…
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Getting Stuck On Stucco-What You Need To Know

There are lots of factors that contribute to your home’s curb appeal and one of the most noticeable components is your home’s siding.  One of the more unique ways to side your home is with stucco.  Here’s a crash course on the benefits & drawbacks of using this product on your home’s exterior. What it…
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7 Energy Consumption Myths

Centuries ago, it was believed that if a dog bit a human, you could treat the injury by removing a hair from the dog and holding it against the lesion.  The thought of someone over the age of 5 believing this old wives’ tale these days is quite comical.  However, that doesn’t mean this rumor…
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A Dozen Ways To Tell Your Home Needs New Siding

Changing your home’s siding is the single biggest impact you can make to the look of your exterior.  It’s a transformation that’s impossible NOT to notice.  But how do you now when this project is needed?  Here’s our list of the most common times siding needs to be updated. 1) Hail Damage-Siding acts as your…
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Why Is There Always Mold Growing In My Bathroom?

  What is usually a windowless, warm, moist space in your home that tends to have mold or mildew growing in it? That’s right, it’s your bathroom. We want you to know that you are not alone on having a recurring issue with mold and mildew in your bathrooms. What you really need to know…
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