Why You Should Replace Your Home's Windows During The Fall

Posted on: 20 July 2018

If you are thinking about buying new windows for your home, you could be wondering about the best time of year to get the job done. Of course, it's true that window replacements can often be done at any time of the year. However, for many homeowners, having new windows installed during the fall months is actually the best solution. These are a few reasons why. Avoid Delays in Getting Your Windows Put In
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3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Embarking On A Kitchen Renovation Project

Posted on: 3 June 2018

If you've grown tired of your dated and/or non-functional kitchen, then it may be time for a kitchen renovation project. After all, the kitchen is the heart of the home, and having a beautiful kitchen that you can feel great about cooking and entertaining in is something every homeowner deserves. Before you embark on a huge kitchen renovation or remodeling project, however, there are a few important questions to ask yourself or to sit down and discuss with your partner.
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What Homeowners Should Know About Sealcoating Their Driveway

Posted on: 16 April 2018

Having a paved driveway can be an excellent way of improving the ease of access to your property. However, you may not fully appreciate the type of care that the driveway will require. Improper care can lead to the driveway suffering premature damage. While sealcoatings can help to preserve and protect your driveway, you may not have all of the information about this type of coating. What Happens If Your Driveway Lacks A Sealcoating?
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Private Well Owner? What To Try When Your Well Pump Stops Working

Posted on: 6 March 2018

Estimates from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) suggest that more than 15 million homes in the United States are currently served by private water wells. While somewhat expensive to drill and initially outfit with the water pump, pressure tank and electrical controls necessary to bring the water into the home, private water wells usually require little in the way of additional maintenance through decades of use. But if and when they do stop functioning correctly, homeowners can use these tips to help diagnose the problem.
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