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Maintaining your home
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Tips to Prevent Chimney Fires
During the winter months, many homeowners enjoy curling up in front of a cozy fire. Unfortunately, chimney fires are a common cause of house fires during the winter.
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Home Repairs That Can't Wait
Many homeowners experience the reality of a growing to-do list without the time or resources to get everything done. As issues pop up, we are faced with deciding whether to act right away or add the project to a list of things to fix later.
This time of year, it isn’t uncommon to hear about extreme cold snaps bearing down on homes across the country. When the thermometer drops, it is important to keep our friends, neighbors, and families safe from the elements, but it is also important to check on our homes.
It’s a new year and you may be thinking some rooms in your home/apartment/condo need a fresh look. Even if your New Year's resolution was to save more money, you can still do a little light redecorating!
Before the snow starts flying, it is important to make sure your secondary home is prepared for the weather. What is important maintenance on any home, is doubly important on a home that may be vacant or have limited occupancy over the winter. To get you started, we have 5 must-do items for your home or cabin.

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