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Preparing For Severe Weather As A Homeowner

Severe weather is one of the main things that many homeowners don't look forward to experiencing each year. Some of the most severe storms that commonly develop are hurricanes and tornadoes, especially in certain regions that have the ideal climate for the storms. If you unknowingly moved to a region that has severe storms on a regular basis, your options are to either move, or take safety measures to protect yourself and property. Read More 

Dealing With Old And Over Grown Trees Around Your Home

Trees around you home are nice, but when they get really large and overgrown, they can become a hazard. The simple solution is to remove the tree, but the removal itself might not be that simple. There are things you need to consider and you should never try and take the tree down on your own. Hiring a tree service to help you is the best way to go or at least consult with before you do anything. Read More 

Expanding Your Living Space: Three Practical Home Addition Ideas To Consider

While room additions can often be luxurious spaces you add to your home, they can also be used to serve a range of functional purposes. If your home is short on space, consider the following options for a room addition. Laundry And Mud Room Having the laundry in your home's basement can be impractical, from having to walk up and down the stairs with heavy laundry baskets to the risks of flooding that come with basements. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Adding Walk-In Closets To Your Custom Home

Working with a custom builder on a design for your next home means that you'll need to give careful consideration to each element before you approve it. A primary reason to have a custom home built is so that you can be in love with every detail, which means that thoroughly evaluating things as you go is integral. Walk-in closets are something that many people favor in the master bedroom and even in other bedrooms. Read More 

Take Care Of Your Home’s Septic Tank And It Will Serve You Well For Decades

Your home's septic tank. Now there's something that you would likely rather not think about - ever. You know it's buried in the ground somewhere on your property and assume that since it is still capturing wastewater, it must be functioning well. However, this simple assumption could end up costing you thousands of dollars if your septic tank isn't actually fine and its leach lines or leach field are being damaged each time you put water down the system. Read More