Your Basement Flooded What Now

Your Basement Flooded — What Now?

Flooded basements are both stressful and expensive and, much of the time, seem to come out of nowhere. That said, if you’ve noticed that your basement is flooding, don’t panic—there are just a few key steps you’ll need to take. First, confirm that the basement is safe to enter. Make sure to turn off the…

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Home Improvement Projects For the Fall

Home Improvement Projects For the Fall

Each season means new opportunities for home improvement, but what should you focus on during the fall? It’s always a good idea to add a fresh coat of paint to your house while the weather is still comfortable. It’s also important to make sure your patio and deck are prepared for the upcoming winter months.…

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What Does Smart Home Technology Actually Do

What Does Smart Home Technology Actually Do?

You have probably seen lots of stories about “smart” technology for homes, but what does this mean? Smart devices employ automation and wireless technology to provide homeowners with more control over their homes in several ways. You can have easier control over lighting and appliances, track your energy usage effectively, and even reduce energy costs…

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Save Money by Leaving Your Thermostat Alone

Save Money by Leaving Your Thermostat Alone

Many people hold the misconception that adjusting your thermostat gives you more control over your home’s energy usage. However, the reality is that if you are constantly adjusting the thermostat in your home, you may be overtaxing your energy system without realizing it. Leaving your thermostat at a constant temperature means your heating and air…

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Install New Outlets with USB Ports

Install New Outlets with USB Ports

Modern Americans use lots of wireless devices that require USB charging. If you are looking for practical upgrades for your home, consider adding new outlets with USB ports in easily accessible areas. These outlets include the traditional sockets for power cords with additional USB ports built into the outlet face, allowing for easy charging of…

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How to Sell a Fixer-Upper

How to Sell a Fixer-Upper

Are you helping a client list a fixer-upper for sale? While most homebuyers prefer move-in-ready homes with minimal need for repairs and renovations, fixer-uppers attract many different types of buyers that can see the potential a home in slight disrepair has to offer. First, make sure any glaring maintenance issues are addressed and try to…

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