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Water Damage Control

Posted by Morgan Saylor on 9/2/16 6:30 PM

Water damage is a huge deal if you’re a homeowner, and contending with it can be costly.

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Topics: safety, water, water damage, tips, damage, prevention

Heed Heat & Humidity

Posted by Morgan Saylor on 9/1/16 7:30 PM

If you haven’t been hit with it already, it’s because you haven’t stepped outside. The heat and humidity are here, and before a transition into fall ushers in cooler temps, your house could be the breeding ground of something suspicious.

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Topics: organize, Cleaning, Mold, water, water damage, heat, humidity, waterproof, organization, mildew

ECO: Water Waste

Posted by Morgan Saylor on 6/17/16 7:30 PM

The question occurs to you now and again: am I wasting too much water? The supply of clean, usable water is decreasing faster than it can be replenished, according to eLocal.com. The next question is, what can you do in your home to stop wasting water?

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Topics: Green Living, Go Green, water, conservation, eco

Rain Barrels & Why

Posted by Morgan Saylor on 4/20/16 8:30 PM

Keeping a lush, manicured garden is a must for any home, whether you’re into planting in pots or sowing seeds of wild flower and tomatoes. Maintaining a well-watered garden doesn’t have to be a drain on your water bill. Here are a few reasons to have a rain barrel and why!

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Topics: Green Living, Green Thumb, Gardening, Garden, Plants, Go Green, water, eco-friendly, conservation, rain barrel

Water Heaters 101

Posted by Morgan Saylor on 3/18/16 8:30 PM

If you’re buying a home or looking to make some energy efficient upgrades (which we’ve mentioned earlier this week as being one way to save big on your taxes) take extra consideration when investing in a water heater.

 

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Topics: Home, Credit, Electricity, Home Maintenance, tax, water heaters, water, reduce, energy efficiency

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