Top Summer Security Tips

Summer Security Tips

Guest Blogger:  Wes Wernette 

In the United States, more than 2 million burglaries happen every year, with the highest percentage of break-ins occurring during the summer months. And it’s not difficult to see why. June, July, and August bring:

  • Vacation season: many homes remain empty for weeks
  • Heat waves: non-vacationers keep doors and windows open more often
  • Home renovation projects: ladders and tools are left lying around

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Home Siding Infographic

Home Exterior Remodeling may not be as popular or trendy as remodeling your kitchen or bathroom. But it is equally important and valuable. Some make think it is actually more valuable. In some cases, homeowners take their home siding for granted. Until, of course, it becomes unavoidable. Which is to say, it becomes a nuisance and perhaps even harmful to the foundation of your home. Rotted home siding is a common complaint often heard during conversations between certified siding installers and homeowners.  Some homeowners may

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5 New and Unique Ways to Use a Shed

5 New Ways to Use a Shed

A shed is a great way to store tools, equipment and machinery for your yard or your home’s maintenance. However, sheds are now used for other functions. Sheds are a great way to add more space without actually  renovating or remodeling. Read More


Shooting for the Stars to Decorate Any Room

As you can imagine, it is now possible for man to go to the moon and fly among the stars. However, you may not be able to fly around the moon just yet. But you can certainly bring the galaxy in your home. Here are some simple steps to help you live among the stars or wish while you are shooting for the stars.  Read More


10 Tools for Every Homeowners Needs

Tools

Being a homeowner has lots of advantages but with those advantages you have this house that oftentimes needs updates or quick fixes.  Here are ten tools that can help every homeowner fix and repair items in their home.  Read More