Teens & Summer Break: 5 Ways To Automate & Protect Your Home

Posted on: 2 March 2016

After the final school bell rings, the life of high school student drastically changes from strict schedules to nearly three months of freedom and independence. For your home life, this can lead to multiple issues with the security, wasted energy, and general flow of the house. Instead of worrying about the revolving door of children and the freedom of summer, you can work with a security company to implement a system that will help your teenager earn responsibility and keep your home protected during all hours of the day.
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Why You Should Consider Getting A Zone System When You Replace Your Old Furnace

Posted on: 29 January 2016

When you finally make the decision to replace your old furnace, you may also want to consider making some changes to the way your system heats your home. Replacing a furnace is a big investment, which is why you should thoroughly think this through before you go through with it. One type of upgrade you may want to make at this time is dividing your house into zones. If you currently have only one zone, adding a second one could offer several key benefits.
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3 Tips For Turning Your Storage Unit Into An Office

Posted on: 29 December 2015

If you are a full-time freelancer or if you occasionally work from home, you may find that you need a personal office. However, if you live in an apartment or small house you may not have the square footage to add a home office to your living space. Renting a storage unit can be an ideal way to provide yourself with private office space that you intend to use occasionally. However, it is important to plan your self-storage office carefully to make sure that it works for you.
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Tips To Help You Remove Snow From Your Gravel Driveway

Posted on: 9 December 2015

When you have a driveway paved with asphalt or concrete, clearing snowfall from its surface is simple. You can scrape the snow with a shovel or plow, or blow it with a snow blower. But when all or any part of your driveway is covered in gravel, these methods do not work as well. The gravel on your driveway can get scraped up with a shovel or plow, displacing a large part of your paving material.
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