Care & Maintenance | 09.12.15

The 80-Minute Fall Home Maintenance Checklist

Limited free time and too long a list?  We can help! 1. Buy a case of furnace filters (12) and replace it each month. 2. Deep clean the the inside of the house to reduce allergies.  Hire a pro if needed. 3. Be sure gutters and downspouts are clear of leaves and other debris.

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Basement | 04.17.11

How to De-clutter

 

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Care & Maintenance | 03.24.11

5 Minutes, Less Stress

Last Wednesday I tripped over something at the bottom of our staircase down to the basement. I needed to bring up all the Christmas decorations and what was before me felt like a sea of stuff in the basement. Emotions I dare not share welled up inside me and I went on a 5 minute power clean. I didn’t call a family meeting, I didn’t ask for help, I just started stacking and sorting.

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cleaning | 03.24.11

Take Off Your Shoes

Since the last time we connected I have attended the National Remodeling Show in Indianapolis and have become a Certified Renovator through the EPA’s Lead Safety program.  In response to these two experiences I have one mental picture that I’d like to share and one action that I am asking you to take.

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air conditioning | 03.22.11

5 Steps to Cleaning Your A/C Condenser

1. Turn off the power at the electrical panel or remove the "key" fuse on the gray box outside.

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care | 10.25.10

How to Care for Natural Stone Tile

Natural Tile (slate, marble, travertine, etc.)

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care | 10.25.10

How to Care for Laminate Counter Tops

Care: Laminate is not heat or stain resistant. It is recommended to clean up spills as soon as possible. Always use a cutting board and trivets for hot items.

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care | 10.25.10

How to Care for Solid Surface Counter Tops

Care: Solid Surfaces are not heat resistant; always use a hot pad or trivet. Always use a cutting board to avoid seeing scratch marks. While stain resistant, wipe up spills as soon as possible.

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care | 10.25.10

How to Care for Granite Counter Tops

Care: While heat resistant and scratch resistant, always use a cutting board with knives. Be cautious with hot objects-trivets are not necessary but recommended.

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