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Noise Mitigation

Depending on where you live, there might be high noise levels around your home. In some cases, it could even be from inside your own home due to appliances or pipes. For some, this could disrupt sleep or just make for a daily annoyance. Depending on the...

What Insulation Does For Your Home

For most homeowners in the US, the biggest expense is heating and cooling. If you don’t have adequate insulation in your home, this will increase the cost, sometimes significantly. When deciding on what insulation to install in your home, you want to...

Is There Asbestos In Your Home

Asbestos is a major health risk, and if your home is more than 70 years old, there is a chance you could have asbestos insulation. It could look somewhat like gray wool or small grayish pebbles with metal streaks. If you suspect that it could be asbestos,...

Fight the Clutter

Are you unable to park your car in your garage because there is too much stuff in there? Is your attic no longer accessible because of all the items sitting all over the place? You are not alone. There are millions of people in the same situation, but if...

Toilet Trouble

What is wrong with your toilet? The toilet might be the fixture in your house that you use the most. Here are things you want to check for to make sure that your toilet is in the best shape. If your toilet runs continuously, this will waste a lot of water....

Wood Burning Stoves

Something that can add a lot of character to your home, and at the same time be very useful, is a wood-burning stove. Wood-burning stoves come in different sizes, so you can use it to heat a single room, a small house or even a large house. They are made...

Pros and Cons of Metal Roofing

Metal roofs are very durable, and will last twice as long as an asphalt or wood roof. They are usually made from steel or aluminium and provide excellent protection from the elements if installed properly.The main downside is that metal roofs are more...

Keeping Your Sump Pump Running

Depending on where your house is located, you might need a sump pump in your basement. The purpose of this is to keep groundwater from seeping in to your basement from below, or surface runoff from making its way in. Your sump pump will activate...

Where Do You Get Your Water From?

If you are among those that have a private well, you might feel like your water is better than that of those who are connected to the public water system, but is that really the case? Unless you have the water tested, you can’t know for sure that it is not...

Linoleum Floors

Linoleum was commonly used in homes early last century, but has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years because of being eco-friendly. It is not as durable as other flooring materials. Using acidic or alkaline cleaning products on linoleum floor...