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While it may be tempting to use a do it yourself (DIY) mold test kit that utilizes settling plates to diagnose mold in a home or other type of building, this over-the-counter method often has many shortcomings.
No one ever said that Christmas is cheap, but just how much money are you spending on your Christmas lights? The answer lies in which types of bulbs you are using!
Depending on where you live, your home is likely either built on a slab, above a crawl space or over a basement. The type of foundation used to build a home can create various situations that could impact the indoor air quality of the overlying property.
Indoor pollutants can sometimes accumulate to levels that can pose health and comfort issues when too little outdoor air enters a home. These may include mold, bacteria, tobacco smoke, chemicals such as VOCs, radon, various allergens, elevated levels of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, and oth...
For many of us, heating season has already begun. Remember to keep these important tips in mind to safely heat your home during the colder months.
Vacations provide people with the opportunity to get away and relax, but few things can turn a dream vacation into a nightmare as quickly as coming back to a water damaged home.
Getting your home ready for the cooler months can seem daunting. Between weather stripping windows, insulating exposed pipes and cleaning gutters, where do you begin? To make tackling fall chores a bit easier, use this checklist to guide you through the season’s must-accomplish tasks.
Driveway repair is a crucial part of home maintenance. We all rush to fix a dripping tap because the thought of those dollars dripping away drives us crazy. But fixing a cracked or faded driveway can save you thousands of dollars in costly replacement, yet few of us rush to look after it! It’s cr...
Enjoy a season's worth of savings by taking a few steps to protect your home before old man winter hits.
Some of your electronic devices at home drain energy even when they are turned off, but still plugged into an outlet. The average U.S. home spends about $100 per year to power devices while they are off or in standby mode. Here are some tips to help you identify and eliminate the energy sucking a...