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How Your Home Is Wired Matters

The wiring in your home is very important. While electricity in homes has been the norm for many decades, there are some homes that have aging or faulty wiring that could cause issues for a homeowner. Take for example aluminum wiring. At one time this was used in many...

Protecting Your Water Supply

Getting water from your own well can be a very nice alternative to a municipal water supply, but it does come with some responsibilities for you as a homeowner. You want to make sure that the water that you and your family drink is good for your health and not doing...

A Comfort or a Danger?

Do you have a night light plugged into a receptacle in your home? Many do, whether it is for convenience or comfort, these things have been around forever, but one thing that homeowners might not ask themselves is “How safe are they?” The reason you should ask that...

The Invisible Killer

One of the more common causes of accidental death that could be easily prevented is carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide (CO) is a gas that is formed when a fuel source is burned with an insufficient air supply. It is the reason why you should never burn...

Bats In the Attic

Do you have bats in your attic? It is a common problem since bats love finding dark undisturbed shelter where they can stay during daylight hours. Just like any other pests that invade your home, bats carry with them many problems, most seriously so, dangers to your...

Wood Siding on Your Home

Wood siding on a home can be a beautiful addition, but it will require some extra maintenance by you as a homeowner. There are many different things that can damage wood, just to list a few, you need to worry about woodpeckers, wood-destroying insects, mold, rot, fire...

Getting Some Free Heat

When you look at the way we build homes these days, a lot of methods that we use have been around for a long time. There are also some building methods that have been used in the past that are no longer implemented in modern buildings, even though they have many...

Window Safety

Could you imagine living in a home with no windows? It probably doesn’t sound too appealing, both because of the lack of sunlight and the stale indoor air that you would be breathing. It is very nice to be able to open up your windows and air out your living space,...

Pellets That Heat and Save Space

Different ways of heating have been used throughout the years and storing fuel has often caused some issues. If you want to keep enough wood on hand to last you throughout the cold season, it will take a lot of space. This is why many choose instead to use a pellet...

A Playground That Is Safe

Playing in a playground is a lot of fun, and while children today don’t do this as much as children did in the past, put them in the middle of a playground and they will quickly figure out what to do. If you are thinking of building a playground in your own backyard,...

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