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Attic Inspections

Attic Inspections

When was the last time you were in your attic? Let’s see, if you’re like most of us, this is maybe two or three times a year. And when you’re up there do you look around, check out the insulation, inspect the rafters, dive into all the corners to ensure you don’t have...

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Why are Doorless Showers so Popular?

Why are Doorless Showers so Popular?

After the introduction of indoor plumbing, bathtubs became fairly standard. Then a shower was added, and a curtain to contain the water. Curtains gave way to glass and plastic bathtub doors, which eventually fell out of favor for a number of reasons, the most common,...

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Kitchen and Bath Cabinet Painting Tips

Kitchen and Bath Cabinet Painting Tips

Painting cabinets isn’t quite as easy as painting a wall or even a ceiling. The correct type of paint needs to be used, the cabinet material must be thoroughly prepped, and mostly importantly, the cabinets need to be completely dry before being rehung. Before starting...

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Spring Outdoor Decorating Hacks

Spring Outdoor Decorating Hacks

Welcome to Spring! It’s time to get ready for outdoor entertaining with some of this year’s hottest decorating trends! Outdoor Furniture  Whether you have a porch, deck, patio or balcony, don’t waste a square inch of that valuable relaxing and entertaining real...

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Time to Check Your Roof

Time to Check Your Roof

Major insurance companies recommend having your roof professionally inspected annually and also after every major weather event. This includes any storm featuring unusually high winds, hail, sleet, snow, or extremely heavy rains. And while we here at Closing...

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Do I Really Need a Bathtub?

Do I Really Need a Bathtub?

There are certain things in a home that often indicate when the home was built. For example, if your home has a telephone nook or cabinet, it was probably constructed during the late 1920s/early 1930s. Kitchens with a cooktop and separate wall...

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The Importance of an Annual Chimney Inspection

The Importance of an Annual Chimney Inspection

Winter certainly rode into the Upstate on the coattails of the New Year, with heavy winds, torrential rain and even a trace of snow! And there is a good chance many fireplaces, both gas and wood burning, were used for the first time all season. The question is, were...

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January is Radon Awareness Month

January is Radon Awareness Month

You may have heard about radon in passing but have never given it much thought. Like carbon dioxide, radon is also odorless, colorless and tasteless, but that’s where the similarities end. Public awareness is very prevalent when it comes to carbon dioxide, while radon...

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New and Exciting Thanksgiving Recipes

New and Exciting Thanksgiving Recipes

Tired of the traditional turkey, stuffing and green bean casserole? Then make this year the year you wow the crowd with some delicious new twists on that same old boring holiday meal.   Appetizers Everyone likes a little something to nosh on while watching...

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