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The Power Tool Safety Checklist Every New Homeowner Should Read
The Power Tool Safety Checklist Every New Homeowner Should Read

Being a homeowner means it’s up to you to take care of your home. There’s no landlord that’s going to do the work for you! While you can call your local plumber, electrician, HVAC technician, roofer, or handyman to come and fix the things in your home, there are small fixes ...

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Blog posts in September, 2018

  • 3 Important (and Smart) Upgrades Your Home Needs This Fall

    Fall is finally here and you know what that means, right!? It’s time to prepare your home for the impending cold weather — and also because you’re ...

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  • How to Drain a Toilet (So It Can Be Removed)

    Does your toilet need to be replaced? Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or you’re just looking for an updated, water-efficient model, a new ...

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  • How to Keep Your Basement Dry (and Protected From Flooding)

    Homeowners with basements are blessed with an extra room in their home that they can transform into any type of room they desire. However, these ...

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  • How Can I Get Better at Fixing Things in My Home?

    As a new homeowner, you’re going to notice how often things break and need fixing once the deed to the house is in your name. Now that you’re ...

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  • Easy Ways to Teach Your Children Good Water Usage Habits (School Year Edition)

    With school back in session, it’s time for your children to get back into the habit of waking up early and getting ready for the day! More than ...

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