Impact resistant windows are a coastal homeowner’s best friend — especially during hurricane season! If you’re thinking of retrofitting your home with hurricane windows, here’s what you need to know before you begin the process of replacing your regular windows with impact resistant glass.
Here’s a list of what homeowners insurance covers and what homeowners insurance doesn’t cover. Plus, what you can do about it to protect yourself!
Sinkholes can make lakes disappear & turn waterfront homes into a homeowner’s worst nightmare! Here’s what to watch for, plus info about sinkhole insurance.
Knowing how to find a tree service when you need one can save you a lot of money and heartache. Acquaint yourself with a reliable local tree service before you need one.
Are you wondering what is likely to happen in the home building industry and real estate markets in 2010? Information on the basics on Short Sales, the Extended Home Buyer Tax Credit Program, McGraw-Hill’s Construction Outlook, and much, much more.
If you’ve got a little bit of exterior wood rot to repair and it makes economic sense to fill the hole rather than replace the whole piece, I know of a product that fits the bill. It’s a good value and nice to have on-hand when something comes up needing a little miracle, especially when you’re about to paint.
Want to spend less on your home insurance? Aside from raising your deductible, there are a number of other things you can do to lower your home insurance rates.
Sustainable roofing choices are more abundant than ever before. Spend a few minutes finding out what is best suited for your green roofing solution.
A lightning protection system is probably one of the most overlooked potential components of a new or existing home. It might cost a few bucks up front but it could save you hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A Spring cleaning guide and checklist to help keep you on track to a cleaner and healthier home.