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New: Real Estate Services

We have exciting news to share:  I have expanded the business to include Real Estate Services. I feel that it will help me to better serve my clients with the entire realm of needs for their home. We are truly “One Stop Shopping!”  We have for the past 13 years, provided quality referrals for Home

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Energy Credits Extended

Certain energy improvements made in 2012 or planned for 2013 will qualify for up to a $500 tax credit. These are for existing homes and must be for the homeowner’s primary residence. Homeowners who have previously claimed $500 in energy tax credits are not eligible. Energy efficient improvements include qualifying windows, exterior doors, skylights, insulation,

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Welcome Spring!

As days get longer and we begin to spend more time outside, you can appreciate that improvements to the outside of your home are every bit as important as those inside. Staining decks, touching up exterior paint, replacing roof shingles, tightening gutters, and sealing the driveway are just small improvements that can help defer replacement

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National Kitchen & Bath Month

Celebrate National Kitchen and Bath Month by Remodeling. A bath or kitchen remodel is one of the best ways to increase value of a home and provide the greatest return on an investment. When contemplating a remodeling project there are two things to consider – budget and purpose. How much do you want to spend

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Latest Flooring Trends

The economy may be keeping a lid on spending, but when it comes to flooring, it’s driving trends. That’s because today’s cost-conscious consumer is more demanding of value than ever.“There’s definitely been a shift from spending to savings, “ says Chris Davis, the president and CEO of the World Floor Covering Association. “But that doesn’t

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New 2011 Tax Credit

Details of The 2011 Tax Credit If you never took advantage of the 2009 or the 2010 tax credit for energy effiicient home improvements, then you can take advantage of the new 2011 tax credit just recently made available to homeowners. While not as sweet a deal as the previous tax credit incentive, it still

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Take a look at your Kitchen

Take the First Steps to Remodel Your Kitchen While few home improvement projects can deliver the pleasure – and potential profit – of a kitchen renovation, figuring out what you need will determine where you go for services. We can help you stay within your budget while you create your dream kitchen. If modest improvements

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Fall Home Maintenance Tips

Roof and Gutters Clean your gutters and drain pipes of leaves and debris. Your drain pipes should be positioned so that any precipitation drains away from your house. Check your roof for any missing shingles or damage. You also need to check your ceilings indoors for any water damage or leaks around windows, vents and

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