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Spring Home Maintenance Tips: 9 Things you Should Do Soon to Get Ready for the Season

Michigan’s winters can leave your home looking quite different in late March than it did in the previous summer. Usually, some spring cleaning or pruning is all that’s necessary to get your property back up to your standards. Some of the damages, however, can be more serious or urgent, so you should address them quickly….

Home Safety Items Checklist: Products Every Household Must Have

It’s not always easy to be quick on your feet in an emergency, but if you know you are prepared to handle whatever comes your way, you can take care of it without being flustered. Better yet, if you can foresee pitfalls, you can prevent them from happening to begin with. When it comes to…

Residential Construction Trends that will Continue to Grow in 2018

Residential construction trends have changed rapidly in recent years to reflect today’s lifestyle preferences, and the momentum is expected to continue through 2018. Let’s take a look at some of the most desirable residential construction trends that we are seeing in today’s new homes.   6 of the Top Residential Construction Trends Multi-Generation Living Unlike…

Wintertime Activities Children Love to Do

“I’m bored!” “There’s nothing to do!” … If you have become just as accustomed to hearing those words as the lyrics to “Jingle Bells,” it’s time to get creative. You can find plenty of wintertime activities children love to do that will also keep them entertained, motivated, excited, and active. Wintertime Activities Children Love to…

Top Ways to Increase Energy Efficiency in your Home in the Winter

It’s freezing out there, but it is possible to leave the cold outside. There are many ways to increase energy efficiency in your home during the Michigan winters, helping you to live comfortably and even save on utility costs. How to Increase Energy Efficiency in your Home The best ways to increase energy efficiency when…

9 Best Ways to Prepare your Home for the Winter

Once that calendar flips over to November, you know what comes next: Those little white flakes falling from the sky that blanket your lawn in white. … It’s OK. You can say the word: Snow! Together with the lower temperatures, November is a reminder that you have to prepare your home for the winter.  …