5 Ways to Power Through Procrastination

Thursday, December 14th, 2017
Brett Murray

Procrastination can plague anyone; from students to parents. Winter doesn't help, as the cold whether has many wanting to curl up and hibernate. However, being cooped up in the house can be one of your best opportunities to make some improvements to your home so it can be ready to sell come spring. 

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Get Ahead of Home Maintenance Before the Holidays

Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Brett Murray

Twenty-four percent of home contractors recently surveyed by American Home Shield (AHS) reported Thanksgiving as the busiest holiday season for repairs and service. Get ahead of home maintenance with these tips from AHS:

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5 Life Hacks Using Smart Home Devices

Thursday, November 2nd, 2017
Brett Murray

By Jonathan Deesing

Clean floors and fresh java are hardly the coolest things you can get from using smart devices like robotic vacuums and automatic coffee makers in your home. Whether you’re already benefitting from smart devices or not, here are some unexpected ways you can harness this smart tech to spice up your home.

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How to Read Your Water Meter

Thursday, July 27th, 2017

by HSA Home Warranty

Is your water bill a little higher than usual?  If it is, you might want to check your water meter. A water meter is what utility companies use to measure the amount of water that is delivered to a property. Understanding how that amount is calculated can help you determine your home's water usage and if you have a water leak

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How to Prep Your Home for Vacation

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

If you’re heading out of town soon, you’re likely packing and preparing. But have you given thought to the home you’re leaving behind?

Webber offers the following tips to prepare the home before leaving for vacation:

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Summer is here! Make sure you and your home stay cool all summer long:

Tip 1: Check your system in advance.

About a month before the weather heats up, turn on your air conditioning and let it run for 30 minutes to see if it is working properly.

Tip 2: Keep the area around your unit clean.

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Whether it’s a bad storm or a downed utility pole, power outages can strike at any time. While most only last for a couple of hours, a prolonged power outage presents a whole host of obstacles. Here’s how to make sure your home and your family stay safe next time you lose electricity.

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