• Three Tips for Dog Proofing Your Backyard

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    Currently, over 43 million households in the U.S. own a dog. Whether it’s a big lab or a tiny chihuahua, people everywhere are welcoming canines into their lives and families.

    If you own a home and have a dog, chances are, you want to be able to let your dog go outside. Not only is it pleasurable for them, but it also gives them a chance to burn off energy, and take care of business. For this reason, it’s important to properly prepare your yard for your dog. If you are looking for tips on how to do this, here are three things you should keep in mind.

    1. Remove Things Your Dog Shouldn’t be Eating

    It’s likely that you may have choking hazards in your yard without being aware of it. For a larger dog, even a tennis ball can be a choking hazard — especially if it ends up getting ri Continue Reading

  • Home Inspections Six Features You Can Expect

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    Whether you’ve chosen to buy or build a home when you move, the one thing you will need to anticipate is the home inspection. Home inspections are used to ensure that a house is structurally sound, from the roof all the way down to the foundation. This process can be confusing and even frustrating if it turns out that a home requires repairs before move-in, but an inspection is ultimately necessary to prevent problems further down the line. In some cases, the builder or original homeowner may be responsible for any damages that need fixing, but problems can still mean “buyer beware.”

    If you’re wondering what your home inspector will be looking for, here are some common features of home ins Continue Reading

  • Three Advantages of Having an AC Maintenance Contract

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    As the summer approaches, it is critical for homeowners to check their residential AC units, and also for businesses to have their air conditioning units inspected as well. Both residential and commercial AC repair can be costly, and fixing any breaks or malfunctioning parts as soon as possible will be the key to potentially saving hundreds of dollars.

    Some of the most common problems with AC units stem from a clogged air filter. This filter stops allergens, dust and other debris from entering a home or building, and once this filter is overloaded, it is unable to circulate high quality air. Any residential or commercial AC repair technician will likely order an AC a Continue Reading

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