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By Julia Clem | Technical Writer
Winter pests are not only seeking warmth and shelter—they’re also looking for an easy, reliable food source. Keep kitchen counters, floors, and sinks free of crumbs and food debris, and don’t leave boxes or other food containers open in the pantry or cabinets...
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By Brittani Banks | Technical Writer
When the weather gets colder, it’s important to protect both the interior and exterior of your home, including your driveway. Concrete and asphalt, the most popular driveway materials in the US, can crack during winter months. These cracks can hurt your home’s curb appeal...
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By Laura Mangum | Technical Writer
Is cold weather moving in right when you are moving out? There’s no need to be a scrooge about your winter move. Here are five tips to make it as hassle free as possible...
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By Stephanie Singleton | Technical Writer
The color palettes of spring, summer, and fall are brimming with plenty of striking and stunning colors. But during the winter, most of the flowers and trees we admire all year go...
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By Julia Clem | Technical Writer
When temperatures dip to frigid extremes, a major homeowner concern is keeping pipes from freezing. A frozen pipe can cause catastrophic damage if it...
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By Ashley Parker | Technical Writer
Heating bills can skyrocket in the fall and winter months, often without any clear explanation. Although they may be the last thing on your mind when preparing your home for cooler temperatures...
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By Stephanie Singleton | Technical Writer
It’s easy to romanticize winter when you’re in the comfort of your home. The storm may rage on the outside, but inside, the thermostat is set to a nice and toasty temperature...
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By Ashley Parker | Technical Writer
During the fall and winter months, fluctuating temperatures throughout your home can be a source of major frustration. It’s one thing to need to wear layers outside, but who wants to have to do so...
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By Maggie Clendenin | Technical Writer
Ask the average homeowner about the best time to start a painting project, and chances are slim that wintertime will be mentioned—but that doesn’t mean that paint and cold weather can’t mix...
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By Brittani Banks | Technical Writer
With home automation, your house can literally have a life of its own. With a touch of a button, your house can lock doors, make coffee, and keep an eye on the kids...
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