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Ice Damage: Prevention Tips for Homeowners

Ugh, ice and snow! You might react to winter weather changes with some predictable grumbling, but your house has different ways of expressing itself. Unfortunately, some of those expressions could result in ice damage that could’ve been prevented. Here are some tips that can help homeowners...

Draft Insulation and Sealing Drafts in Your House

Knowing how to insulate and seal drafts in your house is the best way to keep energy bills down.

Improving your home’s energy efficiency with insulation, caulk and weather stripping not only keeps it warm and comfortable, but also leads to reduced energy use and heating bills that can dip by...

New Year's Resolutions for Your Home

If you’re like most Americans now is the time you might be thinking about the changes you’d most like to make most for the New Year. Whether it’s losing weight, getting organized or making more money, your house can help you keep these New Year’s Resolutions for your home.

Every New Year’s...

Bathroom Remodeling

Frozen pipes can be very damaging to your home, not to mention expensive to remedy.  There are a few things you can do to prevent frozen pipes

On very cold nights open the doors to any under sink cabinets that are located on outside walls (like most kitchen sinks.) This can prevent the...

Outdoor Living

Warmer weather brings the return of outdoor living and all its pleasures but also the constant high traffic of guests, kids and pets through patio doors. If your patio door needs repair or replacement, here's how to buy a patio door that delivers durability, energy efficiency and storm...

Pool Safety Tips for Children

For much of the country, Memorial Day marks the start of outdoor summer fun, like backyard barbecues, beaches and parties. Unfortunately, this holiday also marks the riskiest time of year for pool drownings. Drowning is the leading cause of death to young children and can occur quickly, often...