Maintenance Tips

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Keeping your heating and cooling systems in good working order means your utility bills will be lower, your home will be more comfortable, and you’ll need to call for repairs less often. Maintenance Scheduling Schedule a maintenance service call before the heating season starts. If there are any problems with your system, it’s better to… Read more »

When Waiting Doesn’t Make Sense

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Here’s one of my all-time favorite phrases: “I’ll deal with that later.” Actually, I misplaced my sarcasm font or I would have used it just then. But a lot of people I know really do like that phrase. Sort of like “deferred maintenance.” This is a concept known by businesses and institutions with property, buildings… Read more »

Decisions, Decisions…

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Are you the sort of person who says, “I may be indecisive, but I’m not sure.” If given the choice between “Yes, No or Maybe,” do you look for the checkbox that says, “All of the above?” You have my sympathies… Making decisions is no laughing matter, and homeowners are faced with a slew of… Read more »

Clearing Out & Cleaning Up

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It hits everyone around this time of year that things have accumulated, piled up, been neglected and generally overlooked. The warm weather inspires us to wipe away the cobwebs that formed in the previous months and get our homes ready to fully enjoy during the long summer days. Clearing out winter and spring growth and… Read more »

Cause and Effect

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You’re probably familiar with the concept of “cause and effect” and how it can lead to a whole bunch of trouble. (Not that I speak from experience. And not that I don’t!) But this basically means that some things happen not just on their own but as part of a set of events. As an… Read more »