The Ring Doesn't Go In The Potty! What To Do When Your Toddler Flushes Your Valuables

Posted on: 20 April 2015
Toddlers enjoy exploring the world, and one of their favorite activities is figuring out which items can be placed where. Once you start toilet training your toddler, they will likely be fascinated by the toilet and wonder what items they can flush down it. While you can get more information and combat this behavior ahead of time by training your toddler to only flush toilet paper, it is likely that your toddler will eventually flush an item that is precious to either you or them.
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Keep Your AC Running Smoothly With These Five Maintenance Tips

Posted on: 6 April 2015
A dirty air conditioner won't run efficiently, and it may spread dust or other allergens into your home. Luckily, there are simple things you can do to keep your air conditioner clean and running smoothly. Here are five cleaning tips to integrate into your air conditioning repair and maintenance routine: 1. Clean or replace your air filters regularly Ideally, you should change the filter on your air conditioner before the cooling season starts and at least once every month during the cooling season.
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What Makes A Bathroom Functional?

Posted on: 16 March 2015
If you've spent even a single hour watching home improvement television you've heard the word "functional" bandied about like a beach ball at a concert. It seems like no one on those shows has a single "functional" room in their entire mansions, and at first you might think "You spent three quarters of a million dollars on that house, how on earth could your bathroom be anything less than amazing?" Then you watch them try to get ready in the morning and you realize how uncomfortable it looks.
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Seven Steps To Preparing Your Home For Low Maintenance Retirement Living

Posted on: 3 March 2015
Are you planning to retire within the next five years? If so, and you plan to remain in your current home once you retire, then now is the best time to consider taking care of any renovations that the home may need. Doing them now will allow you to fit this cost into your current budget and keep that expense from eating into your retirement savings. It will also reduce the risk of having to deal with heating repairs or other expensive maintenance issues after you retire.
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