Maintenance Inside the Home

Air Filters Many types of heating and air conditioning systems contain filters to remove dirt and dust from the air. Check the instruction book or search online by model number: In many cases, the home owner should change filters at least every three months. Sinks...

Job Site Emergency Action Plans

OVERVIEW EAP –  Emergency Action Plan.  As per OSHA requirements certain companies, regardless of how safely operations are conducted, must have a plan of action to inform you of what you must do in case of an emergency.  FOR DISCUSSION In the case of a minor...

Preventative Fall Home Maintenance

The leaves are starting to change color and the summer’s heat wave is behind us — all signs that the fall season has finally arrived. With more time spent at home this year, taking on a few preventative home maintenance projects will not only keep your family living...

Thinking About Home Remodeling? Start Here

Sooner or later you may join the millions of people who remodel their homes each year. Perhaps it’s at that moment when you realize that avocado green and harvest gold are no longer the “in” colors for today’s trendy kitchens. Or maybe you have an epiphany one day as...

Protect Your Home from Severe Weather

During severe weather, your house may endure the brutal conditions of tornadoes, hurricanes, blizzards and other punishing storms. Take the time now to equip your home with the accessories it will need to survive a storm. Don’t wait until the forecast calls for severe...

Home Remodeling Terms You Should Know

If residential construction terms like “punch list” and “draw” sound unfamiliar, you are not alone. Most home owners are not aware of the different terms remodelers and builders use to describe a project. To help you have a smooth remodeling experience, here’s a...
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