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Small Home Changes Can Improve Your Family's Health

My husband and I both suffer from allergies and asthma and, unfortunately, two of our children inherited our health problems. Living with both can be a struggle, but we take every step we can to keep our family healthy. One spring, when our seasonal allergies were especially bad, we decided to finally have our carpeting replaced with natural tile flooring and that was a great decision. Even though it seemed like we vacuumed constantly, I guess our carpets harbored more dust and mites than we ever expected! Since then, we have invested in other upgrades to improve our family's health, including antimicrobial kitchen counter tops. I enjoy helping others, so I decided to start a blog to share what we have learned about home upgrades and renovations. I plan to post on a variety of topics, so there will be something of interest to everyone!

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How To Get Your Cooling Expenses Under Control
30 August 2017

When the weather is scorching hot it's undeniable

A Few Benefits Of Liquid Rubber Roofing
5 July 2017

Liquid rubber is becoming a popular choice for roo

Tips For Renting Property To Tenants
5 July 2017

If you own spare property, letting tenants rent th

Building An Outdoor Fire Pit For Clients: Styles To Choose From
26 January 2017

While your construction company may not specialize

3 Tips For Saving Money When Replacing Your Roof
17 January 2017

Ensuring that your home has a good-quality roof is

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How To Get Your Cooling Expenses Under Control

When the weather is scorching hot it's undeniable that maintaining a cool indoor temperature is absolutely essential. You want to be able to bask in the luxurious, cold air that blasts from your vents and makes indoor living much more tolerable. However, along with the joys of air conditioning comes the costs. If your cooling expenses are starting to go through the roof you might think that you're going to have to pull the plug on your unit in order to preserve your wallet. Read More 

A Few Benefits Of Liquid Rubber Roofing

Liquid rubber is becoming a popular choice for roofing by both professionals and do-it-yourselfers. It is a synthetic rubber in a liquid form so it can be applied with a roller the same way you would paint a wall. It can be used on any roof surface although some will require a primer be used first. In addition to being easy to apply there are many other benefits to this type of roofing. Read More 

Tips For Renting Property To Tenants

If you own spare property, letting tenants rent the space can be an effective way of increasing your earnings. Yet, property rentals are often more complicated that individuals would have expected. When a person makes mistakes while renting to a tenant, it can lead to costly disputes. Protecting yourself against the more frequently encountered rental issues can be as simple as following basic safe rental practices.   Always Conduct A Thorough Background Check Read More 

Building An Outdoor Fire Pit For Clients: Styles To Choose From

While your construction company may not specialize in building outdoor fireplaces or fire pits, fire pits are still great money-making incentives that can help you draw in more customers. When building outdoor fire spaces for your clients, choose affordable yet attractive styles that they can benefit from and you can easily build. Here are 2 styles of fire pit to build for clients when they mention wanting outdoor entertainment for their home during a build or remodel. Read More 

3 Tips For Saving Money When Replacing Your Roof

Ensuring that your home has a good-quality roof is important, and installing a new roof can be a great idea for a lot of reasons. A new roof can help you boost your property value and make your home have more curb appeal. It can also help you avoid the many problems that can go along with roof leaks, and it can save you money on both your heating and cooling bills and on repair bills that you might have to pay on an older roof. Read More