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Health Effects of Radon

One of the top radon myths out there is that the radioactive gas is not dangerous. If not addressed, radon can cause lung cancer with long-term exposure. There are a variety of institutions refuting the claim that low doses of radon are not dangerous. The Environmental Protection Agency states that the gas is a health…

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Smart Home Improvement Ideas

Any responsible homeowner knows that upkeep and maintenance never ends. Not only should you make necessary repairs as they arise, but occasional updates are important too. Not all projects require a lot of time and money. You can accomplish some tasks without expending a lot of effort, but these projects can still make a big…

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Get the Most from a Home Inspection

Get the Most from a Home Inspection

A home inspection tells you many things about a structure. Knowledge is vital in order to make informed buying decisions. Here is one area to consider that helps you get the most from a home inspection. Go With the Flow A structure’s plumbing is a major factor in deciding whether or not to buy a…

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Adapting Your Home to Your Technology

Adapting Your Home to Your Technology

As technology changes and becomes a bigger part of your life, you may find that certain home electrical upgrades allow you to stay connected more conveniently. For example, you could consider installing USB ports in different locations within your home. These might be helpful to have in places where you commonly charge your phone or…

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Caring For Your Windows

Caring For Your Windows

Maintaining the windows in your house is an important part of upkeep. This is especially true during the summer when rainstorms are common. Window frames should be periodically cleaned to clear away clogged debris, keeping your windows beautiful and your home free from water intrusion. Weep holes exist on the bottom of window frames for…

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Radon Your Health Savings Account

It’s time to put your health insurance coverage to work for your home! Did you know that health insurance can pay for radon mitigation costs? If your home has higher-than-recommended levels of this gas, there’s a good chance your Health Savings Account covers the price tag of everything from installation to the mitigation system itself.…

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