Winter weather has arrived! In the last few weeks, then Mother Nature made a turn and has hit most of the eastern seaboard, and the South, with some cold weather. Pets are part of our families, which means we need keep pets warm during the winter. Many animals...

Homeownership is one of the traditional American dreams. Our homes provide shelter to protect our families, but much more. Our homes become part of our fabric. Homes are the foundation of many great memories over the year. But homes are not a cakewalk. Homes require work to...

Winter weather is no joke. While the snow and sleet tends to avoid Georgia, we still get cold and freezing rain. And we are not immune from the occasional snowstorm, which makes safety more important. Learn about some simple winter safety tips to help protect...

Pretty soon Santa will be riding around the night sky and landing on roofs across the world. After Santa leaves, then winter will be in full swing and your roof will be alone with the cold and rainy weather. There are a few main things you...

Thanksgiving is here! Thanksgiving is a lot of fun and a lot of work. Often, in haste, things are thrown down the kitchen sink and Black Friday has a new meaning. The madness may result in a clogged drain from all the dishes in the...

Are you tired of rising utility costs every winter? Well, there are a variety of things a homeowner can do to help reduce their winter expenses. Frequently, these actions are called weatherizing or winterizing your home. If this sounds complicated, then rest assured, there are...

When was the last time you had your hot water heater serviced? When was the last time you even performed a visually inspection your water heater? If you are like most homeowners the answer to both of the questions is probably never. This is understandable; the heater is...

Are you worried about hurricane season? If you are like us, then yes. It is hurricane season and we generally remain in awe of Mother Nature’s power. Often, as storms approach and hit our communities, then the power is the first signal of possible danger, so...