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7 Tips on Keeping Your Home Warm Throughout the Winter

Posted By: Shamara Glover on February 17, 2021

Winter can make a house rather chilly quicker than usual. Believe it or not you can keep your home warm and keep your family nice and cozy without driving your energy costs through the roof.

Frozen Pipes, Ice

3 Major Threats Homeowners Face During Severe Cold

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 5, 2021

1. Frozen Pipes

Once a water line falls below 32 degrees, it will start to freeze. When this happens, the ice creates an increase in pressure; once the pressure gets too high, it bursts.

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3 Simple Tasks to Protect Your Home this Winter

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 27, 2019

It seems like just yesterday the leaves were falling and you were preparing yourself and your home for cold weather.

10 Ways to Stay Active Throughout Winter

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 18, 2019

We’ve all had a case of the winter blues at some point – less sun and snow covered roads can leave us feeling more irritable than normal! Don’t let winter put you in a rut, we’ve got 10 ways to stay active through all of the ice and snow that comes your way:

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Easy Tips for Preventing Frozen Pipes in Your Home

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 25, 2019

With winter settling in and temperatures reaching dangerous lows, it’s time to think about protecting your home from the elements. One of the most important precautions you can take is preventing pipes from freezing and bursting.

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Tried & True Snow Removal Safety Tips

Posted By: Amy Casey on December 6, 2018

Every year, thousands of people are injured while removing snow from their property. Depending on the tools used, or lack thereof, snow removal can feel like a daunting task.

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12 Ways to Save Money in the Winter

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 13, 2018

Winter is coming! That means everyone is both mentally and physically preparing for the cold that is ahead. It’s time to pull out your winter coat and dust off your boots. Kids will be desperately trying to find mittens that match and snow pants that fit.