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Getting Your Furnace Ready For The Winter

With the onset of cooler weather, it is time to think about the fall chores and getting ready for winter. Making sure your furnace is ready before you need it is a good idea. If you wait until the first cold day to turn it on, you might find out that it needs some service or, worse, replacing at a time when you really don't want to be without heat.  Read More 

Neighbor Disputing Your Property Lines? 3 Tips On What You Can Do About This

If you have a neighbor that is disputing your property lines, this can end up being a large conflict between the two of you. Fortunately, there are things you can do to end the conflict, three of which are listed below. You and your neighbor can start getting along again. Check Your Home's Deed Your home's deed will show the boundary lines for your property. This will give you a good starting off point. Read More 

Window Replacement Considerations For Homeowners

Replacing worn out windows can help to give your home a revitalized look while also preventing some routine types of damage from occurring. Despite window replacements being among the most common types of repairs to make to a home, there are homeowners that might not fully understand the process and considerations that are involved with installing replacement windows. Know The Complications That Can Come With Changing A Window's Size Or Shape Read More 

Why You Should Go Where The Contractors Go For DIY Building Supplies

If you're thinking about buying building supplies so that you can tackle some sort of DIY project at home, you could be thinking about heading to a big-name home improvement store to buy your supplies. Before you do that, however, you may want to look into your other options. Instead, you may want to go where your local construction professionals go to purchase their supplies, if possible. These are a few reasons why. Read More 

Tips To Help You Landscape For Proper Moisture Drainage Around Your Home Perimeter

The vegetation and landscaped areas around your home's exterior creates an attractive space but is also essential to your home's protection. The manner in which the landscaping and hard- and soft-scaped areas are applied can increase your home's barrier of protection against outside moisture and prevent moisture intrusion. Here are some tips to help you create a beautifully landscaped perimeter around your home's foundation to allow for drainage and prevent home interior and basement moisture problems. Read More