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How to Protect Your Home from Wind Damage

Wind damage is an inevitable risk to living in the Midwest. When the spring weather arrives, thunderstorms, tornadoes, and high winds arrive with it. This type of weather is just a fact of home ownership when you live in this region of the country. But while these risks are very real, there are steps you can take as a homeowner to protect yourself. Continue reading “How to Protect Your Home from Wind Damage”

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Preparing Your Home for the Cold: The Fall Maintenance Checklist

The leaves on the trees are starting to turn, and the temperatures are beginning to dip. We will soon be in the grips of fall, and surrounded by all things pumpkin spice. For your home, this means some further preparations are necessary in preparation of winter weather. Below is our fall maintenance checklist. Continue reading “Preparing Your Home for the Cold: The Fall Maintenance Checklist”

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Don’t Hesitate on Home Roof Repairs

Home roof repairs can be costly and intensive. They don’t typically fall into the DIY category of jobs. It takes effort, and many times a budget to address an aging or failing roof. It’s easy to put a slightly damaged roof off as a low-priority repair. But there are plenty of reasons why this might not be a good idea, and it can drastically impact the health of your home. Continue reading “Don’t Hesitate on Home Roof Repairs”