How a Home Inspection Will Save You Money

Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments that you will ever have to make. When people go through the process of buying a home, they likely already feel overwhelmed with all of the money that they need to spend on a down payment, paying closing costs, and the expenses associated with moving.

Preventing Septic System Problems Over the Long Term

Water is really important to your home. Your faucets, your washing machines, your toilets, and your bathtubs are things that you can take for granted. You do not really think about them too often. You just use the water in your home and move on with your day. But when you have problems — like a toilet that bubbles every time you turn on water or flush it — things can get ugly. Quickly. What can you do to fix it before it drains your bank account and leave you unable to use any water in your home for days?

How to Prepare Your Furnace for Winter

If you want your furnace to work optimally when winter sets in, it is important that you take some time out to check and prepare it in advance. Doing so will go a long way toward ensuring a hassle-free winter.

Is Your Home Built On Expansive Soil?

A major risk factor for homes in many parts of the country is foundation movement as a result of expansive soil. The amount of movement at a given location depends upon the reactivity of the soil, but it can also vary depending on the weather, the time of year, and even the location of your home on the lot.

Time for New Windows?: How to Tell and What to Look For

Although a home’s windows do not last forever, well-maintained windows should last you 10 to 20 years at minimum. And that’s important, because your windows do much more than just maintain the overall look and appearance of your house. If they are high-quality and are...