Blog Entries Tagged: tips

Tagged : tips

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Covid -19 COVID-19 Tips for Managing Home Improvement Project

 

COVID-19 and the nationwide lockdown it’s inspired has definitely thrown a wrench into the home improvement plans of many homeowners. Now that states are beginning to relax restrictions, though, how can you keep yourself and your family safe while still making progress on your projects?

Keep in Touch with Professionals

Keep in Touch With Professionals

Many construction companies have remained open throughout this crisis, as the building and maintaining of key infrastructure is essential. Most have closed to residential clients, though, and once they allow homeowners to book their services again, the wait is likely to be astronomical.

The best thing you can do if you’re planning to start or finish a large scale project is to reserve a professional’s time now. Ask

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HVAC Tips and Tricks For Energy Savings

The cost of operating the heating and cooling systems at home can be quite high. More often than not, we’re stuck with sky-high energy bills, especially during the summer and winter months, when we use our HVAC systems more frequently than we do in the fall and spring.

Most of us may have accepted the fact that our heating and cooling costs will always eat up a significant portion of our energy bills. That, however, doesn’t mean that we’re no longer interested in trying to find ways of reducing the cost of keeping everyone cool in the summer and warm in the winter. As much as possible, let’s all apply the following HVAC tips and tricks if we want our energy bills to go down:

Tune your HVAC systems up.

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Five maintenance resolutions for your home

We may be a little removed from New Year’s Day, but it’s not too late to make some new resolutions for your home.

  1. Start a home repair slush fund: Things in your home are going to break and need to fixed. It’s just a fact that comes with home ownership. Rather than letting expensive repairs take you by surprise, start planning for them. Set aside some money each month that you can eventually draw from when an appliance breaks or unexpected.
  2. Inspect your fireplace: Even if you have a gas fireplace, you should still inspect the valves and ceramic logs yearly to ensure that everything is operating safely and correctly. If you have wood fireplace, hire a certified chimney sweep to do
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