How to Minimize Water Damage

Thursday Nov 7th, 2019

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It’s amazing how much damage water can cause. Just two gallons of water from a burst pipe or overflowing toilet can wreak havoc throughout your home and necessitate thousands of dollars in repairs. Ouch! What should you do at the first sign of water leakage? First, stop the source. Turn off the nearest water valve. If you can’t find it, turn off the main water valve to your home. Next, do everything you can to soak up as much water as possible. If necessary, lift carpeting.... [read more]

4 Home Hazards You May Not Know About

Friday Oct 18th, 2019

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  You have smoke detectors. Your doors have good locks. The bathtub has a slip-free pad. By all accounts, your home is a safe and secure place for your family to live. However, there are some hazards that many homeowners don’t consider or even know about.  For instance: 1. Blocked eavestroughs. Eavestroughs clogged with leaves and other debris can... [read more]

4 Signs You've Outgrown Your Current Home

Tuesday Aug 13th, 2019

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Four Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Current Home       It’s not uncommon for couples with growing families to trade in their compact cars for something roomier, like a mini-van. The same thing happens with homes. Sometimes families simply outgrow... [read more]

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