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Three Benefits Of Having An In-Home Safe

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These days, people have many valuable assets that cannot be stored in a bank. While some opt for safety deposit boxes, there is another option that allows you to have peace of mind knowing exactly where your valuables are: safes. A safe provides you with numerous benefits that make it a great decision. Deciding on the right safe is easy; determine what you’re going to be storing in it and the level of protection you need. Read More»

Different Type Of Stone Countertops

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If want to replace your laminate countertop with a stone one, then you will want to take a look at what your options are. Stone countertops are beautiful and durable. However, each has their own set of unique issues. Before tearing out your current countertop, examine the options you have. Quartz Quartz is an extremely tough stone. It is also comes in many colors. While quartz countertops are stone, they are not quarried like other stone countertops. Read More»

How To Spot Leaks In Your Heating And Air Conditioning Ducts

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In most homes, the ducts are the conduits that carry heated (and cooled) air to your living spaces. If a duct is leaking or not connected properly, you could be losing your conditioned air before it ever has a chance to reach your rooms. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, most homes lose 20 to 30 percent of their heated air before it reached the registers.  Signs of leaking ducts Read More»

What Are The Top Causes Of Flooding?

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Whether from overflowing rivers, rising groundwater, or sea-based storms, flooding affects every corner of the country, and is the most prevalent natural disaster facing United States homeowners. Even those living away from high-risk areas are not immune – nearly 25% of flood insurance claims come from residents who may have expected that they were safe. Here are a few of the more common causes for catastrophic flooding: Heavy Rainfall As rivers and other channels rise above their banks, standing structures are at serious risk. Read More»

Removing Mold In Your Windows

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Windows are a prime location for mold to grow because they tend to develop condensation in cold weather. Moist environments are highly desirable to mold, making your windows one of the most common places for mold to appear. If you’ve noticed mold taking up residence on and around your windows, it’s time to do some heavy duty cleaning. Time is of the essence, too, because, left alone, the mold will most likely continue to spread until you have a problem so large it requires professional remediation. Read More»

Don't Hire A Residential HVAC Contractor For Your Commercial HVAC Needs

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Commercial and residential HVAC contractors are not one in the same. If you need HVAC work performed at your place of business, make sure you hire a commercial HVAC contractor to get the job done right. Commercial HVAC Systems Are More Complex Commercial heating and cooling systems are much more complex than residential systems. By hiring the right contractor, you’re ensuring that your high-tonnage system gets the specialized attention it requires. Read More»