Uncategorized Asbestos Exposure Nearly 250,000 people, worldwide, die from asbestos-related illnesses every year. Asbestos exposure can occur from using certain materials and tools in the workplace, and in homes and schools that were built with asbestos-laden products. Individuals exposed to this harmful mineral are at risk of developing asbestos-related illnesses. These include lung cancer and mesothelioma, which can […]
Uncategorized Is There A Right Time To Downsize Your Home? Homeowners often aren’t thinking about downsizing to a smaller place until they are empty nesters. Others may wait until their age makes it difficult to keep up with home and yard maintenance. While these are excellent reasons to move to a smaller home, they are not the only ones to consider. The right time to […]
Uncategorized Need An Extra Bedroom?Creative Ways To Add An Extra Bedroom Without Construction Sometimes your family grows unexpectedly. It may be a family member moving in or a surprise pregnancy, suddenly, you need another bedroom. One obvious option is to contact a construction company. They can add a room to your existing structure, but it does come at a cost. A home improvement loan can be a solution. […]
Uncategorized Guide to Asbestos in the Home Homes built before the 1980s could expose homeowners, their families and others to asbestos possibly hiding in cement, floor tiles, insulation, walls and pipes. Our Guide to Asbestos in the Home can help protect you and others from exposure. In the era of do-it-yourself home renovations, many homeowners are knocking down ceilings and walls, and […]
Uncategorized Renting Your Home: Upgrades You’ll Want to Draw Temporary or Permanent Renters We highly suggest taking a look around your home before you rent your property for an AirBnB kind of deal or allow a new tenant to lease the place. Ask yourself questions like: What could you do to make the place more attractive? What areas could use a little bit of improvement? Is the finish […]
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