How Can I Fix a Leaky Garden Hose Myself?

November 25, 2016

How Can I Fix a Leaky Garden Hose Myself? Solving problems with your garden hose doesn’t mean that you have to run out and buy a new hose; in fact, many leaks and other issues with your garden hose can be solved right at home, and without the involvement of a professional plumber. Do you […]

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Military Family Appreciation Month

November 11, 2016

Military Family Appreciation Month Veterans Day was originally referred to as Armistice Day. November 11,1918 marked the official end of World War I, and to commemorate the day, legislation was passed in 1938 to dedicate the day to world peace and honor World War I veterans. Sixteen years and two wars later following the Korean […]

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Fall is Drain Cleaning Season, Are You Ready?

October 28, 2016

Fall is Drain Cleaning Season, Are You Ready? Is your home ready for the hustle and bustle of the holidays? Available to accommodate many family dinners and get-togethers? While you’re doing things like washing the windows and making sure bed linen is clean for guests, there may be one thing you forget: your drains! Yes, […]

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Financial Planning Month

October 7, 2016

Financial Planning Month Can you believe we only have three more months before the new year? It's time to examine your monthly spending, by analyzing your current spending and making plans for the months ahead. 1) Managing Expenses Make a list of all your expenses. A good way to do this is by looking at […]

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Plumbing Tools to Keep Around the House

September 30, 2016

Plumbing Tools to Keep Around the House Although many plumbing repairs and installations require the help of a trained professional, that doesn’t mean you should be calling a plumber for every small, minuscule problem. Many plumbing repairs need a simple fix that any homeowner is more than qualified to perform.  The key is making sure […]

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National Baby Safety Month

September 9, 2016

National Baby Safety Month About Baby Safety Month Each September, the Juvenile Product Manufacturers Association (JPMA) sponsors National Baby Safety Month. The focus of this year’s National Baby Safety Month will be educating parents on the importance of registering their baby products and paying attention to recall notices. Most people pay little attention to the […]

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Reasons that Summer is the Best Season to Update Your Home’s Security System

August 26, 2016

Reasons that Summer is the Best Season to Update Your Home’s Security System Some responsibilities around the house are better suited to different seasons than others, and just like late fall is the best time to do maintenance and repairs on your furnace, summer is the best time for making sure that your home is […]

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Ready or Not- It's time for Back -to-School

August 12, 2016

Ready or Not- It's time for Back -to-School Preparing to take the kids back to school in the fall is one of the most tiring and troublesome experiences a parent can go through. There are so many little things to accomplish, such as buying new outfits, textbooks, backpacks, general school supplies, and reorganizing schedules around […]

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Getting Your Home Ready for a Vacation - 5 Essential Tips

July 29, 2016

Getting Your Home Ready for a Vacation - 5 Essential Tips Home maintenance doesn’t stop when you go out of town, and with that in mind, we wanted to share some valuable tips for keeping your home safe while you’re on vacation. Planning doesn’t take a lot of time and can save you time, energy, […]

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3 Ways to Prepare for UV Safety Awareness Month

July 15, 2016

3 Ways to Prepare for UV Safety Awareness Month July is UV Safety Awareness Month, which is a recognition many are unaware of. While we tend to think of fresh air and sunshine as healthy and therapeutic, the sun's UV rays are quite harmful. They can cause eye damage, skin cancer, and premature aging. UV […]

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