There are lots of hurricane preparedness lists circulating for food, water, batteries, etc but since we know the rain and wind won't be here until later this week, there are things you can do now to help your home deal with the wind and rain: 1) Clean debris from vent wells (the semi-circle ... » Learn More about 10 Tips to Prepare Your HOME for a Hurricane
Most of us know a friend or family member who has had a major water leak at their house. They are often found when people get back from vacation or when they were out of town for work. Many people who have gone through it call it “the flood” because of the amount of water that caused damage inside ... » Learn More about Do You Know Where Your Water Shutoff is Located?
How to Make Sure Your Newly Purchased Home is ready for the Cold Winter Months Buying a home is one of the most exciting purchases you will make in your life. After you buy it and get ready to move in, you will probably make a few changes to make it your own. For example, you can paint it, ... » Learn More about How to Make Sure Your New Home is ready for the Cold Winter Months
Low utility bills are something every homeowner and home buyer wants. There are two forms of power that are available that have tax credits and other discounts available for new systems and help save on monthly utility costs. Solar In November 2013, Raleigh approved a program called “Solarize ... » Learn More about Solar and Geo-Thermal Heating and Air Systems
For many years, water heaters have not changed. You had a round cylinder in your closet, attic, crawlspace or garage. It was either powered by electricity or gas and the burners kept the water in the tank hot for washing dishes or taking a shower. Tankless Water Heater. The newest technology in ... » Learn More about Tankless Water Heaters – Water Heat Options