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Five Tips To Improve Home Security

Protecting your home from potential home invasions should be a top priority. Since burglary and break-ins are quite common, you should take an extra step in making sure your home is protected at all times. Here are five ways you can improve home security to give you...

What You Should Know About Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections

Benefits of Thermal Imaging in Home Inspections Thermal imaging in home inspections provides further insight by showing a thermal reading of an area of the home. The image shows thermal energy as a spectrum of color to signify the amount of heat emitted from an...

4 Methods of Reducing Humidity In the Home

High levels of humidity in the air outside are miserable. Humidity makes you feel sluggish, overheated, and can even make it hard to breathe. When humidity inside of your home becomes higher than what is recommended, this can not only make you feel uncomfortable, it...

5 Ways To Protect Your Home From Wind Damage

A hurricane or tropical storm is in the forecast. You've either made plans to evacuate orĀ identified an interior room or other space where you'll be safe. What about your house? High winds of 39 mph or stronger can damage your home. Now is the time to inspect your...

Tips to Prevent Mold in Your Home

Summertime in Florida is hot and humid with frequent thunderstorms. All the dampness and heat from this type of climate encourages mold growth. Mold can lead to all sorts of issues in your home, including structural damage andĀ allergies and respiratory problems. In...

Cleaning Tips to Take Care of Your Home Pool

The summer is a great time to spend the day lounging by the pool, soaking up the rays, and cooling off in a pool. However, swimming in a dirty pool is not ideal, especially when it comes to algae, bugs, and other debris that will gunk it up. Cleaning your pool is...

How to Maintain a Perfect Lawn

Follow Our 3 Tips on How to Maintain a Perfect Lawn Our lawns are an important part of the aesthetics of our homes. Your lawn provides a lush landscape for the exterior of your home, but to keep it green and vibrant instead of brown and patchy, it requires continuous...

Reasons to Get Your New Home Inspected

It's important that home buyers get their new home inspected as soon as possible before signing the final sale paperwork. Although you may want to get hung up on the fun details such as decorating, it's essential that your new home is first inspected by a licensed...