Recent Blog Posts

  • How to Repair Damaged Sheetrock

    February 1, 2014
    The beauty of sheet rock (also referred to as drywall), is that it’s very easy to repair. With just a few tools and materials, it is a job that can easily be accomplished by the average homeowner; leaving the wall as if the damage had never occurred.
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  • Tips for Organizing your Attic and Keeping it in Tip Top Shape

    January 15, 2014
    If you are like most people, this is time of year when you head on up to the attic to retrieve your holiday decorations.
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  • Organizing Tips: How to Get your Car Back in the Garage

    January 1, 2014
    People tend to store things in their attics, garages, and sheds as if those spaces were interchangeable. The fact is, as a storage space, your garage is fundamentally different from your attic.
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  • Get That Guestroom Spruced up For the Holidays

    December 15, 2013
    If you’re ever going to need a guest room, the Holidays would most likely be the time. As family and friends travel to be with each other during this time of year, what could be more welcoming than a thoughtfully prepared guest room?
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  • Tips for Getting Your Holiday Decorations Organized

    December 1, 2013
    If you’re like most people during the busy holiday season, the to-do list has a way of growing while the days seem to slip by faster. The added chore of wading through an attic or basement full of mismatched boxes and bags as you dig out your decorations can make things more challenging.
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  • Keeping your Ducts in Order

    November 15, 2013
    A common complaint by homeowners who use a forced hot air heating system is that there can be a lot of dust build up. Of course, that is why filters are used in the heating system. But what if you’ve just replaced your filter and still are dealing with more dust than usual?
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  • How to Repair Damaged Molding

    November 1, 2013
    The functional purpose of moldings, such as baseboard, chair rail and door casings is to protect the more delicate wall materials (most commonly plaster and sheetrock) from damage. The problem is, when molding does its job, it begins to look a little shabby.
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  • Maintaining your Hot Water Heater

    October 15, 2013
    Few household appliances are depended on more and thought about less than the hot water heater. For many homeowners, installing or replacing the hot water heater is the only time this essential appliance enters their minds.
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  • How to Make your Bathroom More Energy Efficient

    October 1, 2013
    When it comes to energy use in your home, only the kitchen rivals the bathroom. If your home has more than one bathroom, the energy use can increase even more. Large amounts of heat, water and lighting are used in the bathroom every day, by every member of the household.
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  • Is it Time to Add More Attic Insulation?

    September 1, 2013
    So, you’ve got your new windows and doors. All of your weather-stripping is in place and your house is sealed against the elements. You may think you’re all set for the approaching cold weather.
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