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When you’re away – and even when you’re home - the rodents will play!

Posted by Scott Stueber on Nov 27, 2018 10:15:00 AM

Rodent infestations can cause all sorts of destruction in your house, from messy droppings to structural damage and more. Unlike your auto policy, rodent damage and removal aren’t covered by most homeowner’s insurance policies. 

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Common heating mistakes to avoid this winter

Posted by Scott Stueber on Nov 20, 2018 10:18:42 AM

‘Tis the season for tossing logs into the fireplace or cranking up the furnace. While winter hasn’t officially arrived, it’s close!

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Prepare your home for winter with this fall home maintenance checklist [Infographic]

Posted by Scott Stueber on Oct 23, 2018 12:17:05 PM

For many, the fall season is a busy time of year. High school, college, and professional sports are in full swing. Kids are participating in homecoming festivities and many families are making trips to their local pumpkin farms. These activities don’t leave much time to get your home projects completed before the snow flies.

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What type of damage to look for after a storm goes through your neighborhood [Infographic]

Posted by Scott Stueber on Sep 4, 2018 11:35:15 AM

Severe weather can pop up in your neighborhood quickly. If severe weather strikes, your first priority should be taking cover and protecting your family. Unfortunately, the damage after severe weather can wreak havoc on your home and neighborhood. Common types of storm damage to your home can be caused by wind, water, or hail.

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Sunblock for Your Home: What You Need to Know About Sun Bleaching

Posted by Scott Stueber on Aug 7, 2018 9:18:35 AM

If you’re like me, you carried around paint samples and fabric swatches for weeks before finally settling on the choices. Now that my room is coming together, I’m still in love with the color scheme I chose.

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Testing, Testing: Health Evaluations for Potential Homes

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jul 31, 2018 12:08:38 PM

Surprises are great — but not when you’re closing on your new home. Even if a house passes a pre-close inspection, environmental hazards like mold, asbestos, radon, and lead may still be lurking. According to 2013 data from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, more than 30 million American homes pose “significant” health issues.

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Protect your home from theft this summer

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jul 17, 2018 9:00:00 AM

For many families, summer vacations are the highlight of their year. Hectic schedules are put aside for rest, relaxation, and quality family time. No matter where you go this summer, family memories will be made that will last a lifetime.

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Eleven tips to save on your utility bills this summer

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jul 10, 2018 10:39:45 AM

While summer is a great time to enjoy many outdoor activities, it can take a toll on our pocket books because of increased utility costs. Air conditioning units and dehumidifiers are working overtime to keep our homes comfortable. With the kids home from school, electronic devices are used more often, and family vacations can lead to more laundry.

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Using smart devices to protect your home and your family

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jun 19, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Most parents would agree that the safety of their family is a top priority as they make purchases for the home. Smart home devices are helping parents protect their families in entirely new ways, making their lives safer and healthier, while providing peace of mind as well. Here are some of the best types of smart devices for keeping everyone safe.

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Eight ways to keep your home safe during showings

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jun 5, 2018 10:05:01 AM

As a child, your parents may have taught you never to talk to strangers. As an adult hoping to sell your home, not only are you going to have to talk to strangers — you’re going to have to invite them in.

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