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Water and its Effects on Your Home

Posted on May 22, 2018 by Evan Hunsberger  | News

As spring and summer storms start into full swing, you may begin to notice changes in your home. Perhaps the occasional leaky roof, window crack, or broken downspout. Something you may not notice as quickly, are changes in your foundation due to groundwater. In this post, we cover some of the major effects that water…

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Your Spring Home Inspection

Posted on May 6, 2018 by Evan Hunsberger  | News

Its time for your Spring Home Inspection! Everyone knows that we’re in the middle of Spring Cleaning season. While you’re busy getting rid of old furniture and clothes or trying to figure out how you’re going to get your lawn mower running for another year, you should consider doing your Spring home inspection! Below you…

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Advice on Dealing with Frozen Pipes & Tips To Prevent Pipes From Freezing

Posted on February 6, 2018 by Jaqie Feldstein  | News

It’s February, which means Spring is getting close but we are not yet finished with winter weather. To combat the harm cold weather can do to your home, follow our advice on:  DEALING WITH FROZEN PIPES & PREVENT PIPES FROM FREEZING According to the groundhog, we are still six weeks away from being out of…

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4 Common Home Remodeling Mistakes

Posted on January 19, 2018 by Jaqie Feldstein  | News

Remodeling your home can be a stressful ordeal. Steer clear of extra stress by avoiding these 4 Common Home Remodeling Mistakes: Rushing Into A Project Any remodeling job, especially new home construction or a full remodel, is a big investment and should involve careful, meticulous planning. Think long and hard about what your plan is,…

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5 Tips on Winterizing Your Home

Posted on December 13, 2017 by Jaqie Feldstein  | News

The first dusting of snow has fallen, signifying the unofficial start of winter in the Valley. Cold weather is seemingly here to stay. However, it’s not too late to save money and stay warm all season by getting your home ready for winter! Here are 5 tips on winterizing your home: 1. Clean Your Gutters  Now that…

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Water Damage Control in your Home

Posted on August 31, 2017 by James Maust  | News

Water Damage in your Home. Water is a wonderful thing. It keeps the grass green, keeps the shrubbery lovely and works great for the garden. Not to mention we need water to drink, shower, and flush away our sewage. Since our homes are largely constructed of materials that are destroyed by water in the wrong…

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Remodeling in Your Future?

Posted on August 22, 2017 by James Maust  | News

Interested in Remodeling a room but don’t know where to start? Are you are interested in remodeling your bathroom, for example, but don’t know where to start? First you have the idea of what you’d like to see, then you think about your budget. As you proceed you might find that you need to adjust…

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Water Heater for Your Home: New Options

Posted on August 1, 2017 by James Maust  | News

Tankless on demand water heaters If you or your contractor go out to buy a water heater today, you’ll have options you didn’t use to have.  Traditionally,  a tank to hold the water was used. Gas or electric was the heat source. Now you can have a tankless water heater which heats the water as…

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Soaking Tub in Your Future Home Comfort Suite.

Posted on May 31, 2017 by James Maust  | News

A soaking tub in your future? A soaking tub may be in your future.  One of the advantages of a full bathroom is that there is actually a bathtub there! It’s a great place to relax and regroup. In recent years homeowners are expending  considerable time and effort to remove  whirlpool tubs and install a…

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Waterproof tile showers are the wave

Posted on May 23, 2017 by James Maust  | News

Waterproof tile showers Getting waterproof tile showers in days gone by was nothing less than a Herculean task. Monumental, impossible, unsurmountable even. Tile is great. It looks great, turns water, people love it. Sure, you have to bleach and clean the grout, but most of us that love tile manage to get over that slight…

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