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Signs That It's Time for New Gutters

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Most gutters are made from strong, durable material such as aluminum, but this doesn't mean they last forever. Over time - usually an average of about 20 years - your gutters will deteriorate and begin to have problems such as leaking.  Here's what to look out for when trying to determine whether ...
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5 Window Features That Actually Save You Money

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When it comes to home improvements, windows are generally not considered the best choice if you're trying to maximize your savings in comparison to what you spend. Most homeowners spend thousands of dollars on new windows and only see about $400 in the reduction of annual energy costs at the very ...
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3 Ways to Improve Aesthetics and Add Value to Your Home

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Your home is your safe place, and it is where you likely spend most of your time. With that in mind, it is probably important to you that your home be aesthetically pleasing. A home that looks its best will often feel more comfortable to those who are living inside of it. There are numerous ways to ...
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The Benefits of Replacing Your Windows

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One thing that is easy to overlook when it comes to home maintenance is window replacement. If windows are still doing what they’re supposed to do—letting in light—why would you replace them? As daunting as the task may seem, there are actually lots of reasons to install new windows in your home. ...
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2 Small Changes to Your Home That Can Help Lower Your Energy Bills Year-Round

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Have your home heating bills seemed outrageous this past winter and/or your home cooling bills are already breaking your budget, even though summer has just begun? Then it is important to learn what changes you can make to your home to save money on home energy year-round. While many homeowners ...
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Five Reasons to Install Gutter Guards

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Your gutters can get clogged by leaves, twigs or other debris. This will stop the natural flow of the water through your gutter system to the downspout and away to the runoff area into your sewer. One proven solution to handle this problem is to install gutter guards. Guards are made out of wire, ...
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