Fall home improvement is very important, but is your fall home improvement doing more harm than good? Check out these 14 Mistakes Homeowners Make Every Fall. Need help tackling these fall home maintenance tasks? Contact your local ANDY OnCall® office today.
It is that time of year when our energy bills skyrocket due to the scorching summer heat and we all start looking for ways to save a little money. Check out this article from our friends at Home Advisor: “BUDGET TIPS: Four Ways You’re Losing Money on Your #Home #Energy Bill”.
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Deck maintenance is important in order to enjoy your outdoor living space for years to come. However, you should pay careful attention to these best and worst practices when it comes to cleaning and maintaining your wood deck.
Is your home properly insulated? Are you looking for ways to save money and energy? Insulating or adding insulation to your attic could be the answer. Experts agree that the attic is arguably the greatest single heat loser in the home. Attic insulation can keep your cool air from escaping this summer. Now is the perfect time to check out the insulation in your attic to determine if this may be an issue in your home. Learn more from our friends at DIY Network.
Are your utility costs running high? If so, it may be time for a home energy audit so you can determine where you are losing energy and what you can do to stop it. Learn more in the article from our friends at The Family Handyman.
Hidden water leaks in your bathroom can cause a major mess! Learn more about what you should look for from our friends at Angie’s List. Think you might have a leak? Call your local ANDY OnCall® to check it out!
Did you know that 38% of heat loss is through leaks in your windows and doors? With greater improvements everyday it may be time to replace your windows. New windows will not only keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, but they will save you money in energy savings.