Driveway Crack, Crack, Cement Crack

3 Ways to Repair Cracks in a Concrete Driveway

Posted By: Amy Casey on May 1, 2020

Cracks in a concrete driveway are relatively common. There are many reasons cracks might occur, including: repeated freezing and thawing, tree roots, sink holes, heavy loads, etc. Large cracks are more than an eye sore; they are a serious hazard that could lead to bigger more costly problems.

At Home, Severe Weather, Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain, Home Maintenance, Rainfall

5 Ways to Protect Your Home from Heavy Rain

Posted By: Amy Casey on April 24, 2020

A rainy day can bring more than a gloomy mood – it can bring unwanted water damage into your home. While you may not be able to stop every water issue, there are a few things you can do to safeguard your home from being exposed to excessive water:

Patio, DIY, Outdoor Patio

5 Ways to Spruce Up Your Patio for Summer

Posted By: Amy Casey on April 17, 2020

There’s no better time to spruce up your patio and prep for warm summer days than now! Having a comfortable outdoor living space can really help you soak up what summer has to offer. You’ve got your seating, but what else can really take it to the next level?

At Home, Easter, Holidays, Crafts, DIY, Easter Eggs, Family, Fun

6 Ways to Celebrate Easter at Home

Posted By: Amy Casey on April 9, 2020

With social distancing becoming our new normal, you might consider adding a few twists to your normal Easter celebration! You can have a memorable and quality Easter with your stay at home people all the same:

Sump Pump, Maintanence

Testing Your Sump Pump in 3 Easy Steps

Posted By: Shamara Glover on April 3, 2020

Your sump pump is responsible for moving excess ground water away from your home. If your pump stops working, water could get into your basement and foundation walls, causing mold and mildew. If enough water gets in, the basement could flood.

Unpacking, Family

5 Hacks to Stay Organized While Unpacking

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 30, 2020

Some people live in the same home their entire lives, others prefer a change of scenery. Either way, when the time comes to move it can be overwhelming. Years of furniture, kitchen gadgets and linens packed tight into what seems like hundreds of boxes – where do you start?

Living Room, Couch, Chair

Insurance 101: The Difference Between Replacement Cost & Actual Cost Value

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 17, 2020

When you select a homeowners policy, or typically any type of property insurance, you’ve got to choose between two coverage options: replacement cost and actual cash value (ACV). What do these mean, and which one should you choose?

Homes, Rooftop,

6 DIY Projects That Will Boost Your Home’s Value

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 6, 2020

When we tend to think about redecorating or updating our household, we often look at it as more of a chore or a possible expensive complicated task.

Laundry, Dryer, Father, Son, Fire Prevention

10 Easy Ways to Prevent a Dryer Fire

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 17, 2020

Laundry might be part of our weekly routine, but oftentimes, cleaning your dryer isn’t. Believe it or not, one-third of dryer fires are caused by an accumulation of lint within the vent system.

Extension Cords, Outlets

Reaching for Safety: 10 Do's and Don'ts of Using Extension Cords

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 6, 2020

Extension cords cause over 3,000 home fires each year, resulting in an average of 50 fatalities and nearly 300 injuries. Oftentimes, extension cords are used improperly and can overheat or short out.

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