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Holiday Safety Tips to help keep you and your home safe for the holiday
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November 27, 2019

Holiday Safety Tips for You and Your Home

All the carols tell us that this is "the most wonderful time of the year!" But a lot can go wrong over the holidays.  As you dive into the season, these tips will help keep you and your home safe: Click on the image for a PDF version 'Tis the…
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April 18, 2016

Sheet Rock Repair: How to DIY

It’s bound to happen eventually; a doorstop fails to stop a door, a tub overflows and causes some cosmetic water damage, or a teenager just thinks hockey in the hallway sounds like a great idea... at some point, you’re going to be dealing with damage to your sheet rock. People…
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January 7, 2016

How to Buy the Perfect Stove for Your Kitchen

Though a simple appliance in practice, there are a wide array of options when selecting a new stove top. No matter how often you cook or how many you’re cooking for, finding the range that fits your needs really just boils down to a few simple decisions. The first question…
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December 11, 2015

How to Buy a Dishwasher

Perhaps the most coveted kitchen appliance by those who don’t have one is the dishwasher. Whether you’re looking for a full built in 24 inch model for your kitchen, or a compact 18 inch for your wet bar, there are a few features and considerations to take into account. Though…
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December 8, 2015

How to Care for a Real Christmas Tree

With Thanksgiving behind us, it certainly is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. As you get ready to trim the tree in the coming weeks, we have some things to keep in mind to keep your family and your home safe. For the safety of you and your family,…
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December 1, 2015

How to Safely Hang Christmas Lights

Second only perhaps to decorating the tree, lighting your home’s exterior for the holidays is a beloved tradition and a true joy of the season. As with any home project though, safety is your number one priority. Today we’re going to walk through a few precautions for hanging Christmas lights safely,…
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November 17, 2015

How to Prepare for House Guests this Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time of joy and celebration with family and friends from near and far, which also means it’s a time for house guests. While you might be feeling a little stressed with that urge to make your loved ones feel welcome, don’t fret! With a little…
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November 13, 2015

What Is ENERGY Star Certification?

When most folks hear the words “Energy Star”, the first things that come to mind are “fluorescent lights” and “turning the AC off,” but there’s really so much more to it than that. In recent decades there have been monumental advances in home technology that not only save consumers money…
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November 3, 2015

How to Buy a Snowblower

In most areas of the country a snow blower is often considered a comfortable luxury, but living in the northeast, it’s hard to imagine getting through a winter without one. Ultimately, selecting the right unit for you really just comes down to how much power you need to get the…
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