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Electric

Tom Kraeutler and Leslie Segrete, hosts of the nationally-syndicated home improvement radio show The Money Pit, know a thing or two about keeping homes safe.  

“Every week, I tell listeners how to prepare for extreme weather emergencies,” Kraeutler says.  “But, to be honest, I thought the...

Interior Remodeling

Protecting your home from power failures has become a necessity today. Utility companies can no longer be counted on for a steady stream of electrical power. Because of an aging infrastructure, confusion over deregulation and other factors, the suppliers of the nation's electricity have been...

Home Security

Filing a homeowners insurance claim is never a pleasant process. While you may hope you’ll never need to call upon the coverage of your homeowners insurance policy, in the event that you do it is important to properly file your claim. Attention to detail can be a challenge when you’re dealing...

Roxul Insulation Provides Energy Savings, Fire Resistance and Home Comfort

For superior energy efficiency and a safer, quieter home, insulate with easy-to-install options from Roxul. Unlike other insulation products, Roxul is made of stone wool, a combination of natural rock and recycled slag. An exceptional thermal insulator, stone wool helps a home stay warmer in...

Fire

Although significant progress has been made in the United States in reducing the number of deaths caused by accidental fires in the home, these incidents still kill more than 3,000 individuals each year.  Better education about the dangers of fire and wider use of smoke alarms are generally...

Have a Power Failure Plan to Protect Your Home

Having a power failure plan to protect your home from a blackout has become a necessity today.  According to one study, 75 percent of U.S. homeowners experienced a power outage each year.

So how do you protect yourself from these power failure problems? By setting up backup power systems to...