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Hail Damage: A Serious Threat to Your Home

Jul 20, 2022

It doesn’t happen often, but when a hail storm moves through your area it’s natural to have concerns about the well-being of your home. Hail doesn’t always cause damage, but there’s always a chance that it could. Here are some of the many types of damage that hail can cause: Roof damage: It goes without saying that your roof will 

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Should You Mulch Grass Clippings? Yes!

Apr 16, 2021

With grass cutting season in full swing, you have a big decision to make: will you mulch or bag your clippings? While there are times when both options are the right choice, it’s typically best to mulch. Here are some of the many benefits of doing so: •    Grass clippings are a natural fertilizer: You want your grass to look 

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The Impact of Strong Winds on Your Home

Apr 01, 2021

Even the most well-built houses have the potential to suffer damage in severe weather. For example, if strong winds move into your area, it’s natural to have concerns about the exterior of your property. Here are just a few of the many things that could go wrong: •    Shingles could be blown off your roof •    Siding could be blown 

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What to do if Severe Weather Damages Your Home

Feb 12, 2021

Regardless of the time of the year, there’s always a chance that severe weather could roll into the area. And when that happens, it’s natural to have concerns about the well-being of your home and surrounding area. If you have any reason to believe that severe weather has damaged your home—such as the result of a fallen tree—it’s critical that 

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How to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer

May 15, 2020

With hot summer temperatures on the way, it’s a good idea to have a plan on how you’ll keep your home cool. There are many steps you can take to maintain a comfortable living environment, even as temperatures near triple digits. Consider the following: •    Use your AC system: If you have central air or a ductless system, it’s the 

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How to Prepare Your Home for Wet Weather

May 07, 2020

During the spring and summer months, you can expect plenty of rain to fall in the local area. While it may keep you indoors, it’s not the end of the world. After all, rain is good for your lawn, flowers, plants, and more. However, it’s critical that you prepare your home for wet weather. Neglecting to do so could result 

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The Impact of Snow on Your Home’s Roof

Nov 13, 2019

As we move into the cold winter months, it’s natural to have concerns about snow damage. While you may not be able to see it, heavy loads of snow on your roof can take a toll on your home. Here’s what you need to think about: ·      Stress: The heavy weight of snow puts a lot of stress on your 

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Prepare Your Gas Furnace for Cold Weather

Oct 16, 2019

With colder weather moving into the area, it won’t be long before you’re running your furnace full-time. Before doing so, it’s critical to take the necessary steps in preparing your furnace for the months to come. ·      Change your filter: If you haven’t changed your furnace filter in the last three months, it’s time to do so. This cuts down 

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Easy Ways to Protect Your Home Against Snow Damage

Oct 09, 2019

With colder weather moving into the area, it won’t be long before the first snowfall. As a homeowner, it’s critical to take steps to protect your home against snow damage. Here are several things you can do: ·      Seal your windows and doors: If you neglect to do this, when snow melts it could make its way into your home. 

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How to Cut Your Grass for the Last Time of the Season

Oct 02, 2019

With colder weather moving into the area, your grass won’t grow nearly as quickly as it was during the summer months. When your grass stops growing it means it’s time to mow your lawn one final time. Here are some tips to guide you: ·      When temperatures dip below 50°F during the daylight hours, it typically means that grass will 

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