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4 Signs of Termites in Your Home

4 Signs of Termites in Your Home

A termite infestation on your property can cause severe damage to your home. The insects feed on cellulose found in all wood and paper products. A single colony of termites may consume more than one pound of material daily. Over time, an active termite nest can cause...

7 Easy Home Upgrades You Can DIY

7 Easy Home Upgrades You Can DIY

There are plenty of DIY home improvements to spruce up your home and boost its value without spending a lot of money. These projects help you save money, learn valuable skills, and discover new interests that may come in handy as a homeowner. Here are a few easy home...

How to Clean an Oven in 4 Steps

How to Clean an Oven in 4 Steps

Our ovens are usually the one appliance that is overlooked during our cleaning sessions, maybe because the stains and spills inside aren’t easily visible.  Although there are self-cleaning ovens, it’s not a good idea to use this feature often. Every homeowner should...

Yearly Roof Maintenance Checklist & Tips

Yearly Roof Maintenance Checklist & Tips

The roof is essential to protect your home and the belongings inside. It is widely known how expensive installing a new roof is. For this reason, schedule maintenance for your roof at least once a year. Here are some tips to incorporate into your yearly roof...

5 Missed Spots When Spring Cleaning

5 Missed Spots When Spring Cleaning

The weather is warming up, so it’s the perfect time to start thinking about your spring cleaning plans. Most homeowners begin by cleaning closets and packing up seasonal sweaters, coats, and jackets, but many different spots are often missed during the average...

5 Tips to Declutter Your Home

5 Tips to Declutter Your Home

Making Your Home More Organized If your home is difficult to clean and constantly cluttered, or if it's becoming hard to find space to store things, it's time to declutter. Many homeowners will benefit from reducing the number of things they have. While it’s a...

How to Prepare Your House to Sell

How to Prepare Your House to Sell

Putting your home on the market can feel like a lot of work. Break this project down into smaller steps and tackle one step at a time. Working with professionals, focusing on curb appeal, and improving the decor are all important ways to prepare your house to sell....

5 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

5 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality

It's easier to notice air pollution outdoors. From the diesel truck in front of you at the traffic light to the factory smokestack releasing smoke and noxious gases, the signs of air pollution are obvious. However, the air inside our houses is also polluted with dust,...

Using Aerial Drones in Home Inspections

Using Aerial Drones in Home Inspections

The Benefits of a Drone During a Home InspectionRoof damage in a home is troublesome. The roof protects your property and belongings from the elements and it can be costly to repair. When purchasing a home, you can be better informed of roof issues. By hiring an...

6 Tips for Fire Pit Safety

6 Tips for Fire Pit Safety

A fire pit is a great way to have fun outdoors while gathering with friends and family. However, they can be dangerous if proper precautions are not taken. This article lists a few fire pit safety tips that will help guarantee your evening with friends is...

Water Meters, Water Loss & Waste

Water Meters, Water Loss & Waste

Water meters, most houses have one. They can help you catch and remedy water loss and water waste. Water meters are important to the inspection process. Water meters often have a small dial that spins or a digital display that indicates water flow. A water meter...

Mold, it lives almost everywhere in the world!

Here are a few strategies to reduce the risks that mold poses to your family’s health. Mold and organic growth is found almost everywhere in the world in some form. Molds serve an important role in nature to break down organic matter. There are multiple genera of mold...

6 Ways to Save Water at Home

6 Ways to Save Water at Home

Not only is conserving water better for the environment, but it’s also a great way to save money on your utility bill. The average American uses 100 gallons of water per day, although the World Health Organization recommends only five gallons a day per person for...

Why You Should Have a Home Inspection on New Construction

Why You Should Have a Home Inspection on New Construction

Did you know that you should always get a home inspection on new construction? Surprisingly, brand new homes often have defects. Here are some reasons to get your home inspected before you move in. What is a Home Inspection on New Construction? A home inspection is an...

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