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Home Safety

Safety is always important when doing any home improvement project. But when you have pets, it is especially important to be mindful of the products and situations that arise which can be dangerous for them. To keep pets safe during home improvement projects, be mindful of the following home...

Buying or Selling a Home

If you're considering the purchase of a vacation home, take steps to ensure that your choice offers low-maintenance enjoyment throughout the year. Start by determining whether the vacation home will be used exclusively by your family or spend most of its days as an investment property rented...

Dog Digging Holes in Your Lawn? How to Stop Him.

If you take a largely hands-off approach to landscaping, it may not bother you that your dog makes it his job to dig a hole in the lawn every couple of feet.  But what if this is the year you’ve finally decided to create a yard you can be proud of?  What if your spouse is tired of living in a...

Hardwood Floor

If you have pets, harsh chemical de-icers can be hazardous.  Not only could their delicate paws get a chemical burn from a chemical de-icing product, but pets can even be poisoned if they lick de-icer from their paws.

You can protect your furry friends by choosing a pet-safe de-icing product...

Decorating and Design

The natural beauty of plants and flowers is a favorite ingredient of holiday decorating, but it can also be hazardous to your health. Some plants that look festive can cause skin irritation from simple handling, and others have berries and leaves that can be fascinating but dangerous to...

Mice and Rats

You’re about to spend a lot more time indoors, and mice, rats and other rodents love a cozy, warm home as much as you do. Keep these critters out of yours with a few home repairs and adjustments this fall.  

  • Mice can squeeze through spaces smaller than a nickel, and their rodent relatives...