Posted January 25, 2019 by Josh Crank
Many of us can’t go a day without using a computer at some point, for work or for pleasure. But if we had to push our bodies to the max just to get the system to boot up, we might spend a little less time playing Minesweeper.
Posted January 23, 2019 by Aaron Kase
As you suffer through a summer heat wave, your attic may be the last place on your mind. After all, there’s no way you’d want to climb up there when the stifling heat can reach as high as 150F. However, it’s important to not neglect your attic, either, as it acts as your home’s heat shield and therefore has a major impact on the temperature in the rest of the building.
Posted January 11, 2019 by Vernon Trollinger
Nothing beats a clear, cool pool on a sweltering summer day. However, many homeowners discover that their pool looks a lot less appealing after a serious rainstorm, full of cloudy or even green water. Fortunately, with just a little extra maintenance you can quickly return your pool water to its proper state, or even prevent clouding problems before they start. Read on for tips on how to maintain and clean your pool after a rainstorm and keep the water swimmable all summer long.
Posted January 9, 2019 by Josh Crank
The coming of the new year tends to get homeowners excited about changes to their homes. It will soon be time to start planting spring flowers, the rejuvenation of spring cleaning is right around the corner, and some of you may even be thinking about replacing a few of your aging appliances.
Posted December 11, 2018 by Josh Crank
If it seems like the holiday light displays in your neighborhood are getting bigger every year, there’s good reason for it. Prices on LED string lights have come down substantially since they first appeared in stores, and the cost to operate them is a tiny fraction of what it costs to power old-fashioned incandescent bulbs. So, with that huge slash in energy consumption, we’re wondering just how much sweat it would take to make the average home merry all season long.