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Home Improvement: Projects that Require a Professional

March 13, 2018

When it comes to home improvement projects, there are always tons of details to take into consideration. Most homeowners want any renovation or update to add to the resale value of their home, even if they aren’t looking to sell anytime soon. Having that peace of mind is invaluable and will definitely reduce your stress levels when you do decide to put your home on the market. More than that, you’ll want to ensure that any new project is something you can do within a reasonable timeline and budget. However, it’s important to realize that not every home improvement project is DIY; sometimes, you have to call in a pro to get the job done.

Having a professional do the job means it will get done safely and correctly, which is imperative when the project is a big one that requires changes to be made to the structure of your home or when adding area, or when you want to tackle things involving electricity or plumbing. Likewise, having a pro come in for things like repairing HVAC units or…

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Gutter Guard Installation: Good Move for the Spring Season

February 21, 2018

Groundhog Day, February 2, 2018: Punxsutawney Phil, the little furry seasonal predictor beloved the world over, saw his shadow at around 7:25 a.m. ET, portending another six weeks of Winter. Last year’s prediction was spot on, but critics are largely denouncing that Phil’s method of forecasting is not completely reliable. Statistics state that Phil’s prediction prowess is only 39 percent accurate.

Nevertheless, whatever truth may come out of Punxsutawney Phil’s foretelling, there’s no denying that Spring is just around the corner, and that can mean a whole set of problems to consider regarding your roof. As snowfall decreases and rainfall increases, it’s a good idea to monitor the level of debris…

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Gift Ideas: For a New Homeowner

January 17, 2018

Buying a new home is really exciting. It is the quintessential goal of the American dream. Finally, all of that hard work has paid off, and the keys have been handed over to the new house. Along with the new-home feeling comes a lot of financial stress.

This is where gift-giving can really come in handy for new homeowners. They just put thousands down on a new home, finished their closing costs, and now have a mortgage. It’s often a strain to get off the ground in the beginning. The last thing they want to do is spend even more money, and they’re likely going to need a few things to help them along. Why not assist them in maintaining the beauty of their home? Here are a few recommendations on helpful outdoor gifts…

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Quality Gutter Covers: Ensure Your Home is Safe from Snow Damage

December 20, 2017

Heavy snowfall has been hitting different parts of the U.S. lately. While there’s no telling if this will continue in the upcoming months, it is best to have your house prepared just in case. Having quality gutter covers is a good place to start to ensure that your house and its roof are protected from snow and ice damage.

One problem that usually occurs during periods of heavy snowfall is the buildup of ice dams. These are ridges of ice that form at the edge of the roof, which prevents melting snow from being properly drained. It forms because of warm air inside the house that leaks into…

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Keep Winter Merry: Utilize These Home Winterization Tips

November 10, 2017

Winter is a wondrous delight. With the change of temperature comes gift giving, Christmas decorations, and families sharing treasured memories. On the other side of New Year’s are crackling fires, comfy blankets, and cups of cocoa to console us until the first hints of spring signal the return of warmer weather. But winter’s joys can turn to woes if your home is unprepared for what the season can unleash. Here are some fall maintenance tips for keeping your loved ones, and your living quarters, safe throughout the chilly months ahead.

Staying Warm

Climate controls comfort in the modern world. Your HVAC system works year round to chase away summer’s heat and winter’s cold. But you must take care of it, if you expect it to take care of you. Here’s what you should do to keep your furnace working its best…

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Premium Gutter Protection: Helps Prevent Costly and Bothersome Damage

October 10, 2017

Left alone, clogged gutters can lead to costly damage. In an Angie’s List feature, four main consequences of clogging were listed:

  • Ice dams. For areas with a colder than average climate, clogs can raise the chance for ice dams to form on the roof’s lower edge or the gutters. These obstructions cause the water to pool and later on seep inside the house.
  • Foundation damage. A clogged gutter will cause water to overflow to the sides and gather into a pool around the house’s foundation. If this remains unattended, the water’s erosive action will cause cracks…

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Total Protection: Sturdy Gutter Guards Safeguard More Than Just Rain Gutters

September 6, 2017

According to home experts, homeowners should clean out their gutters twice a year (during the Spring and Fall) if they want their gutters to dispose of rainwater efficiently. If cleaning out your gutters yourself isn’t an option, experts advise that you install a gutter guard protection system to keep debris and leaves from accumulating in your gutters.

Gutter guards are often touted as a way to prevent gutters from clogging due to debris accumulation, and that is exactly how many people perceive these systems to be. What many people do not realize, however, is that sturdy gutter covers like GutterDome can protect more than just your gutters. These efficient systems can also prevent problems such as…

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Prepping for the Hot Season: Gutter Guards Keep Out Debris and Leaves Which Are a Major Fire Hazard

August 3, 2017

Many people know that faulty electric wiring, power cords neglected by homeowners and pets with the urge to chew stuff can all cause house fires. Only a few people, however, may be aware that unchecked build-up of dried leaves in gutters can cause blazes, too. While wet vegetation may be the major cause of gutter deformities and wear, dried leaves pose the greater danger as real fire hazards, with the very real possibility of bringing an entire house down…

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Features and Benefits: Stainless Steel Micro Mesh Gutter Guards

July 13, 2017

There are several types of gutter guards and one of the most extensively developed is the micro mesh rain gutter protection system. This technology uses a filtering mechanism to keep debris out and is a better version than the large holed gutter types. For the most part, this updated system only lets water through, more effectively filtering out environmental debris and thus clogging the channels less.

The finer mesh of the gutter guards are usually made of surgical grade stainless steel and…

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