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Save Thousands by Watering

By | June 15th, 2017|Foundation|

As a homeowner watering the foundation of your house is important to prevent damage to the foundation, plumbing pipes, exterior and interior walls, structural members, and your budget. If you let your foundation crack, it will cost thousands to repair. Too Much or Too Little A common cause of foundation problems in Kansas and Missouri [...]

5 Essentials to a Senior Safe Home

By | June 8th, 2017|safety|

We love grandma and grandpa and all the love that centers around them. It's easy to focus on all the goodies that the share and stories that they tell without considering their living situation. Is the home accessible, is it aging in place safe and properly maintained? There is a ton that can be written [...]

How to Protect Your Home and Electronics Against Lightning

By | May 25th, 2017|Bonding, electric, Fire Safety, Grounding|

Lightning is the "visible discharge of static electricity within a cloud, between clouds or between the earth and a cloud," as defined by Underwriters Laboratories. Lightning is unpredictable and a serious threat to buildings and their occupants virtually everywhere.This house in Fayetteville, AR, was ignited by lightning. Facts about lightning: Benjamin Franklin invented the first [...]

Check on Your HVAC Systems (Before They Check Out on You)

By | May 18th, 2017|AC Systems|

Have you ever woken up in the middle of a winter night, shivering under the blankets and able to see your breath? Or have you ever watched the thermostat creep into the upper 80s during a record-setting heat wave, realizing you haven't heard the air conditioner kick on? If so, your heating or cooling system [...]

The Burglar Proof Home

By | May 11th, 2017|Burglary|

We all know that crime is everywhere. With school letting out for the summer in a few weeks it is good to remind ourselves a few tips to prevent or reduce crime in our neighborhood or subdivision. There are a number of measures that homeowners can take to ensure that their homes are not attractive [...]

Spring Home Checkup Checklist

By | May 4th, 2017|seasonal tips|

We have gorgeous weather in the forecast for this early May weekend. And with this quick easy maintenance checklist we can have your home in tip top shape. Did you know about 90% of inspection findings can be prevented? Most findings are deferred home maintenance and repairs. This checklist will help you sell your home [...]

Mold, Moisture and Your Home

By | April 27th, 2017|Allergies, Mold|

The first thing to know about mold is that it is everywhere. Next, any amount of mold can be mitigated by a professional. It doesn't have to be the reason to walk away from a property that you love. Mold Basics The key to mold control is moisture control. If mold is a problem in [...]

185 Things A Real Estate Agent Does for You

By | April 20th, 2017|Uncategorized|

With family budgets tight these days, the idea of saving money by selling your own home is tempting. Who wouldn't want to save where they can right? However, there are just a few people that can successfully sell their home as fast as an experienced pro and these are people that may have worked as [...]

Hazards in Your Home

By | April 13th, 2017|safety|

Find them before they find you Browse the growing Charlie's House Safety List list of things you can do to prevent injuries in and around your home. It is divided into four key areas for reference but remember, similar tips could apply to any room. Tip-prone Furniture. Secure dressers (even short ones), televisions, bookcases, and other tip-prone [...]

Barbeque Grilling Safety

By | April 6th, 2017|Fire Safety, Uncategorized|

As I walked my dog this past weekend I noticed several neighbors cooking outdoors and had the thought, we love our barbeque! I noticed grills close to homes on wooden decks under the roof overhang, in the front of the house on the sidewalk and grilling performed right at the opening of the garage. As [...]