Review Your Fire Plan with Your Kids This Spring

31 March 2015
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Spring is not just a great time for cleaning, it is also a great time to review your fire safety plan with your kids. The more you practice, the more likely it is your children will know what to do in the case of an emergency. Change the Batteries In Your Fire Alarm Show your children where your fire alarm is located. Explain that the alarm's job is to detect smoke, and that if the alarm detects smoke, it lets out a very loud sound. Read More 

Microwave Ovens – One Appliance to Never DIY Repair

5 March 2015
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Many of the appliances around your home can be repaired without the assistance of a repair professional in some cases. One appliance that should never be repaired without training and experience is the microwave oven. How you use and maintain your microwave can help you extend the life of it and prepare food more efficiently. Why Shouldn't You Repair Your Own Microwave Oven? Well, it really is simple. The capacitor inside the microwave oven holds an electrical charge even after the microwave has been unplugged. Read More 

2 Unique Dining Room Table Styles To Consider

17 February 2015
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Buying a dining room table is a must for many people, but the traditional dining room table style isn't really all that exciting. Sure, you have a lot of different choices in terms of table height, material, or finish, but that still doesn't make your dining room stand out. Two unique dining room table styles to consider in order to make your dining room stand out are expandable tables and chabudai: Read More 

Four Benefits Of Using In Floor Radiant Heating Systems To Heat Your Home

30 January 2015
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If you want to have more energy efficient heating for your home, you may want to consider an in-floor heating system. This is a type of radiant heating system that heats your floors through a loop of pipes embedded in the floor. It has several advantages over conventional heating systems and radiators, such as being more efficient and heating an entire room. Newer systems can even be installed when you replace floors during renovations. Read More 

How To Keep Your Mobile Home Safe From Break-Ins

27 January 2015
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Mobile homes require different security needs than regular homes. Also, just because you live in a smaller home in a potentially more tight-knit community doesn't mean that you don't need to take security seriously. Mobile homes are still susceptible to break-ins. Here's what you can do to ensure that you stay safe: Check Doors and Windows: Doors and windows on mobile homes can warp more quickly since the structure of the home isn't as sound as it is on a typical home. Read More