3 Tips For Keeping Your Home Pest-Free During The Holidays

Posted on: 15 September 2016
The holiday season is not just a joyful time for you and your family, it is also pretty exciting for pests. The holidays mean more opportunities for pests to move into your home and set up camp. Luckily for you, by taking precautions and being vigilant, you can drastically reduce the number of pests that find their way into your home.   Inspect Your Wood Any source of wood, such as a Christmas tree or firewood, can be a mode of transportation for pests.
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How To Maximize Space In Your Park Model Home

Posted on: 22 August 2016
Park model homes offer the freedom to move anywhere in the country while taking your home with you. One issue you may run into, however, is not having enough room for all your stuff. If you are considering purchasing a park model home, consider these helpful tips to maximize space in your new tiny home while still having all the comforts you want. Take Advantage of Vertical Space Use every inch of your walls to maximize your space and get more out of your park model home.
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Three Ways To Give Your Driveway A Facelift

Posted on: 26 July 2016
For homes with the garage on the street side of the building, the driveway is a major part of your landscaping and curb appeal. Unfortunately, old cracked concrete, or concrete with visible stains, detracts from the overall appearance of your home. The following three ideas can help you give your driveway a facelift so it becomes a welcome part of the landscape. Idea #1: Get it resurfaced Cracked or badly stained concrete needs a fresh start.
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4 Problems That Can Cause A Gas Furnace Pilot To Go Out

Posted on: 30 June 2016
Does your central heating system work inefficiently because the pilot to the furnace always goes out? There are actually several different things that can be the root cause of a gas furnace pilot not staying ignited. In this article, you will find a list of the possible problems that can lead to a gas furnace pilot going out. 1. The Thermocouple is Faulty The thermocouple to your gas furnace plays a major role in whether or not the pilot will ignite becaue is the part that signals a valve in the furnace to release gas to the burner.
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