Plumber repairing toilet with a hand plunger.

Don’t Flush This Down Your Toilet

If there’s one thing most people can agree on, its that spending time and money fixing your plumbing can be a headache. Whichever route you take, DIY repair or paying out for a contractor, the end result is the same; you dedicate a lot of time and money to the project. Unfortunately, plumbing issues are a hazard of owning a home. However, many plumbing issues are caused by avoidable circumstances.

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an old barn,in the fall, reflects in the pond in the morning light, repurposed barn materials

Remodeling with Repurposed Barn Materials Indoors

When redoing a room or other part of a home, often the biggest concern is acquiring the materials to do said project. You can easily enough go to your local hardware store to purchase the materials. However, this can be very costly, particularly if you are doing significant amounts of work. Most people chalk this expense up as unavoidable. Where would you be able to find high-quality materials for an affordable price? The answer is in our nation’s past. Consider using repurposed barn materials for your next remodel project!

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Woman looking from a window of her house on a cold and snowy winter day

Energy Saving Tips For The Winter

As surprising as it may seem, winter is just around the corner. The leaves are already falling in droves off of the trees, and the weather is certainly getting colder. Soon enough, the northeast U.S. will be experiencing snowfalls and other inclement weather. This season is welcomed by some, while it is shunned by many others. One thing is certain; energy costs go up significantly during the winter.
Is there any way to combat the climbing energy prices this season?

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