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Gutters: A Smarter, Safer Way of Cleaning

By | October 19th, 2017|lawn, safety, seasonal tips|

He's a brief survey of the safer ways to clean gutters. Ladders are now optional for gutter cleaning. However, if you’re comfortable with a ladder there’s the economical method of getting on top of the roof and blowing the gutters out with a leaf blower. However, chances are you aren’t interested in getting on a [...]

Keeping Toddlers From Window Falls

By | August 17th, 2017|safety|

Every year, roughly 2.5 million children are treated in the United States for fall-related injuries. Of these, falls from windows tend to be the most serious and fatal, especially among male toddlers. Older children are more likely to be seriously injured by window falls as summer approaches and they spend more time around the home. [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Common Roof Inspection Findings We Recommend Correcting

By | December 13th, 2016|Blog, Client Appreciation, Contractors, Fall Maintenance, Home Maintenance, Inspections, Mortage, renovation, safety, seasonal tips|

  As homes age, so does the materialovering the roof. This is the component of the house that keeps us and the internal workings of the house dry. As the roofing material ages, it lends itself to water intrusion and can lead to expensive repairs or even replacement. Here are some common findings from roof [...]

Is Your Fireplace Up-To-Snuff?

By | November 28th, 2016|Blog, Fall Maintenance, Fire Safety, Health Issues, Home Maintenance, Monthly Special, Peace of Mind, renovation, safety, seasonal tips|

As fireplace season is approaching, so do the safety concerns. It is every homeowners responsibility to take precautionary measures that ensure the safety of kids, pets, and to prevent accidents. So, before you light the first fire of the season, make sure to read our fireplace safety tips and make sure your fireplace is up [...]

Righty Tighty Lefty Loosey: How To Locate and Shut Off Gas and Water Valves.

By | November 21st, 2016|Blog, Client Appreciation, Fall Maintenance, Home Maintenance, Peace of Mind, safety, seasonal tips, Shutoff Valves, Structural, Uncategorized|

You might be thinking, “Why would I ever want to turn off my water or gas?” However, there are several situations where you could find yourself needing to turn off the water and/or gas in your home: A weather emergency or other natural disaster, like the tornadoes A plumbing leak or repair Or installation of [...]

6 Most Common Gutter Problems

By | November 14th, 2016|Blog, Client Appreciation, Fall Maintenance, Home Maintenance, Inspections, Peace of Mind, safety, seasonal tips|

Gutters are an integral part of your home’s stormwater system. Without gutters, rain runs down the roofline creating a waterfall effect. Which can prove quite a problem for entering the home and draining away from the foundation, especially during heavy rains. Luckily, most common gutter problems are easy for homeowners to fix themselves. And it’s [...]

How Safe Are You? 6 Tips to Deter Burglars

By | October 24th, 2016|Blog, Burglary, Client Appreciation, Client Relations, Marketing, Peace of Mind, safety, seasonal tips|

  A burglary takes place about every eighteen seconds in the United States. That adds up to nearly 200 per hour, and approximately 4,800 every day. This highlights the fact that burglary is a crime you need to be aware of. Use these 6 tips to prevent thieves from entering your home and to keep [...]

Shaken Not Stirred…Steps To Take Before, During and After an Earthquake

By | October 18th, 2016|Blog, Home Maintenance, Marketing, Peace of Mind, safety, seasonal tips|

It is important for families, schools and businesses to offer earthquake education and preparedness planning. You may not think you're at risk, but earthquakes can strike at any time. Which means preparing and planning is essential for earthquake safety! So how do you plan for a potential earthquake? By following these preparedness tips, you can [...]