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If your home were to receive an energy efficiency rating, where do you think your place would fall? Although it may be easy to overlook things, the fact of the matter is that there are a lot of different things you need to think about. For instance, the level of insulation in your attic could spell trouble for your thermostat, as can drafty doors and windows. The purpose of this website is to find out what you need to know about improving your home with the right upgrades. By making the right choices now, you can improve things in the long run.

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Factors Affecting Dumpster Rental Costs
4 August 2021

When eliminating large quantities of junk such as

3 Important Things To Understand About Radon Testing As A Homeowner
20 April 2021

Radon is a radioactive gas that can sneak into you

Asbestos Protection Recommendations To Inspect And Clean Up Your Home
19 January 2021

When you are considering the purchase of a home th

Make An Impact Today As A Disaster Recovery Volunteer
27 May 2020

There are a number of organizations that assist in

Why It's Imperative To Have Your Home Tested For Mold
23 February 2020

If you have mold growing in your house, you are go

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Factors Affecting Dumpster Rental Costs

When eliminating large quantities of junk such as construction site trash, consider getting dumpsters for rent. The dumpsters come in various sizes and can handle almost all waste types. However, the costs of dumpsters for rent vary. Here are factors that affect dumpster rental costs. Dumpster Size Ideally, the bigger the dumpster rental, the more it costs. Therefore, you should plan efficiently to know the correct dumpster size you require. Start by assessing your project and estimating the quantity of waste the project may produce. Read More 

3 Important Things To Understand About Radon Testing As A Homeowner

Radon is a radioactive gas that can sneak into your home without you even being aware of its presence, and it could harm your health. #1: Radon Is Present In Soil Radon is a gas that is both colorless and odorless, which means that it isn't something you can see or smell. It is also radioactive. It is created by natural uranium that is present in soil degrading. Low levels of radon exist around you in the natural environment. Read More 

Asbestos Protection Recommendations To Inspect And Clean Up Your Home

When you are considering the purchase of a home that was built before 1980 or you live in a home that was built before that date, there is a high chance that some of the materials in the home's construction materials contain asbestos. Asbestos has great fire-retardant properties, which made it seem like a beneficial product at the time, until it was discovered that asbestos causes cancer. Here are some recommendations to help you protect your home and household from asbestos and its related health risks. Read More 

Make An Impact Today As A Disaster Recovery Volunteer

There are a number of organizations that assist in disaster recovery in America, the most well-known being the American Red Cross, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Organizations like this work to direct funds, supplies, and disaster recovery volunteers to affected areas in a coordinated effort to provide immediate aid and on-going assistance to the affected areas. A great way to assist areas affected by natural disasters is to donate. Around $100 will allow you to fund the deployment of one disaster recovery volunteer for an in-need area with American Red Cross. Read More 

Why It’s Imperative To Have Your Home Tested For Mold

If you have mold growing in your house, you are going to want to make sure that you become aware of it so you can deal with it properly. If you have mold growing on the surface of your walls, then you already know you have it in your home and that you need help. You might want to call in a professional for a mold assessment test that can help determine what type of mold it is. Read More