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Sat, 19 Apr 2014

On rainy days like today, having a gutter system can save money for homeowners. The runoff from the roof can devastate tender landscape vegetation and cause damage to wood decks and even to brick or concrete paving. For optimum performance, gutters should be inspected every spring. Leaves, fallen branches, or ice and snow can damage…

Fri, 11 Apr 2014

If you haven’t started spring-cleaning, you will soon, so we have compiled a short-list of commonly found, environmentally friendly cleaners to save you time, money, and possibly your family’s health. We spend lots of time in our homes. We eat, play, and sleep here, so we should be careful about the cleaning products we use,…

Fri, 04 Apr 2014

The sun has sparkled brilliantly this week. The azaleas, dogwoods, and Bradford pears have burst into bloom, heralding the end of winter. We haven’t seen temperatures this warm since October. All of these can mean only one thing?it’s time for spring-cleaning. One of the most difficult parts of spring-cleaning is clutter and what to do…

Wed, 26 Mar 2014

Take a few minutes to walk around the outside of your house and really look it over. Bring your binoculars and a notepad and pencil with you, too. I’ll tell you why later. The wind and cold have really given our homes a beating this winter, and we may have damage that wasn’t there in…

Wed, 19 Mar 2014

For many of us, the ice has taken care of a lot of the pruning. However, we still need to inspect our trees for hanging limbs that have broken but have not completely fallen or have possibly become temporarily wedged by other branches. If the limbs are big, they can severely injure anyone walking by…

 
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