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How You Can Help Yourself In A Bathroom/Kitchen Remodel

As we’ve noted in our past several blog posts, kitchen and bathroom remodels add tremendous value to your home. If you’re in the market to sell, it will shorten the time your home is on the market by making it more attractive to potential buyers. If you’re looking to stay in your home
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Kitchen and Bath Remodels…Continuing The Process

Last week we talked about beginning the process of a kitchen and bath remodel. Since kitchens and bathrooms add the most value to a home, it’s a good place to begin when upgrading your home. We talked about taking time in planning your design, pulling the proper building permits and b
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Kitchen And Bathroom Remodels…Starting The Process

Realtors will tell you that if you’re going to spend money on a home remodel, the best return or “bang for your buck” is to put the money into the kitchen and bathrooms. If you’re looking to sell your home, updated kitchens and baths will increase your selling price and shorten the ti
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Some Plumbing/Heating Do’s And Don’ts

How’s your 2016 going? Is it off to a good start? I hope so. Momentum in the right direction is always good.
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Troubleshooting And Flushing Your Water Heater

It’s fun to go shopping for new furniture. A new leather couch for the den or a club chair for the study.
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New Year’s Plumbing, Heating And Air Conditioning Resolutions

This time of year we think about what we’d like to do differently when the calendar page turns to January. Weight loss is usually high on the list. After all the holiday candy and cookies, our blood type can be “chocolate covered cherry”.
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Christmas Season Plumbing Tips

Ask people how they are this time of year and they will say, “Busy!”
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Helpful Christmas Season Ideas

Growing up in Iowa it was easy to get into the Christmas spirit because the cold and snow were everywhere. Everything you heard in Christmas songs were all around you. Snowflakes, snow drifts, icicles, snow men in front yards, it was all there. more Here in West Texas, it’s stil
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Saving On Winter Energy Costs

If there’s ever a good time to be “iced in” with bad weather it’s on a long weekend when you can be home with good food, in front of a fire with lots of football games on TV. Kind of like this Thanksgiving weekend.
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Winterizing Your Home – Part 2

There was some frost on the pumpkin this morning, wasn’t there? I hope you were able to find that leather jacket in the back of the closet. You’ll need it handy going forward!
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