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    By Alyssa Harrison | January 18, 2023

    Controlling Mold Mold, a fungal growth, is commonly found in buildings and homes. It grows in places with a lot of moisture that can be caused by flooding or leaks. Although there is always some mold in the environment, studies have been done that have linked mold exposure to certain health problems. People regularly exposed... Read More

    How to Make Your Home Safe for Senior Living

    By Alyssa Harrison | December 15, 2022

    As there are a growing number of aged adults living independently, it’s ever important to be aware of the risks of daily living accidents such as falls and fire hazards and how to eliminate these to keep ourselves and loved ones safe. Whether a quick fix or a small renovation, the following are commonly recommended... Read More

    Economical Upgrades to Increase Your Home’s Value

    By Alyssa Harrison | December 5, 2022

    Whether you are looking to move now or may consider it in the future, there are many affordable options for making significant changes to your home without having to do a major renovation. With low-cost purchases of supplies, DIY instructions or professional guidance, and time set aside, you can make improvements that will increase your... Read More

    Signs That You May Need a New Roof

    By Alyssa Harrison | November 30, 2022

    We often take the roof above our heads for granted because we know it will protect us from the outside elements. Ultimately, we face the harsh reality that it will eventually age and need to be replaced. A worn and damaged roof can cause significant interior and exterior damage to your home if left unattended.... Read More

    Make Sure Your Home Is Ready for Winter

    By Alyssa Harrison | November 14, 2022

    If you do not live in a warm, tropical climate, the fall months are the best time to get your home ready for freezing temperatures, snowstorms, and icy conditions that lie ahead in the wintertime. Without the proper care and adherence to a maintenance routine, your living space and appliances are prone to damage that... Read More

    Should You Sell Your Home in the Fall?

    By Alyssa Harrison | November 10, 2022

    Spring is the most popular time to sell a home, yet there are some advantages to getting your house on the market in the autumn months. Although you may feel you have missed out by not putting your house on the market in the spring, the fall months for selling your home could be a... Read More

    Considering Adding a Firepit This Year?

    By Alyssa Harrison | November 9, 2022

    There are few things that carry the feel of fall like sitting by a fire on a cool autumn night. Of course, not everyone lives somewhere where they can just build a bonfire or even set up a little campfire at a moment’s notice. Fortunately, there are options available for those who want the ambiance... Read More

    Going Down: 4 Ways to Destroy Your Home’s Value

    By Alyssa Harrison | November 1, 2022

    You’re a homeowner now, you can kiss bland uniformity goodbye the moment you turn your apartment keys over to your now-former landlord. The world is your canvas — at least, that part of the world that you now are obligated to pay a monthly mortgage payment on — and you’re the artist that’ll mold it... Read More

    Evicting Animals From Your Chimney

    By Charlie Care | October 21, 2022

    Having a mouse in the house can be a real pain. The little thing runs around, gets into everything, and generally causes chaos. And that’s just one little mouse. What happens when you have a much larger animal, or a nest of animals, in a harder-to-control area like a chimney? Unfortunately, unwanted animals in chimneys... Read More

    HVAC Troubleshooting for Homeowners

    By Alyssa Harrison | October 12, 2022

    Climate control is one of the greatest inventions of humankind since leavened bread, but when it’s suddenly not working properly, or it stops working all together, your HVAC system can become a massive source of stress and worry. Before you decide to panic, though, consider doing a little troubleshooting of your system. There are several... Read More