Caring For Masonry Work Around Your Home

There are many different features to older homes that can be very attractive and beautiful, but if you have an older home with these features, you will usually also need to be aware of how to best care for them so that they don’t fall apart. One such feature is...

CO Dangers

Do you know how to detect carbon monoxide? Unfortunately, it can’t be seen and lacks odor, and this is part of what makes it dangerous. If you are exposed to carbon monoxide, you will notice dizziness, nausea and shortness of breath fairly quickly, and it can kill you...

Benefits of Clearing Clutter

Clutter - we all have it to some degree, but some do have more than others. The less clutter you have, however, the better for your home sale. Why is that? There are a few reasons. One thing that a potential buyer will think if you have a lot of clutter is that there...

Do You Need Some Support?

Have you ever heard of adjustable steel columns being used in a home? They might be used temporarily for a remodel or repair to support the structure when another support needs to be removed or replaced. It is also possible that your home has them installed as a...

Will Security Cameras Make You Safer?

Have you ever thought of installing a surveillance system in your home? It might be that you didn’t think it necessary in the past, but with ever increasing crime rates, you might have had a change of mind. Interestingly, security cameras and similar equipment have...

Do You Feel a Draft?

Some of the most prominent energy thieves in your home are your windows. You might be able to notice a difference in temperature standing close to a window, and the worse shape it is in, the more pronounced the problem will be. Having single pane windows is one of the...

Are Your Children Safe In Your Home?

Are you worried about keeping your children safe at home? Some parents might not think this is a dangerous place, but sadly, thousands of children are hurt in their own home every year. There are many things that we might not think of that could actually be lethal for...

GFCI Outlets Save Lives

Outlets in your kitchen or bathroom pose a special hazard for you. With the water that is in those locations, the chance of electrocution is much greater. To prevent this, GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlets were introduced in the 60s. These outlets have...

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