3 Tips For At-Home Workers To Save Money On Heating Oil This Winter

Posted on: 29 December 2014
One of the easiest ways to save money on heat in the winter is to turn the thermostat down or off while you're away at work – that's eight to ten hours a day that you don't need heat, which can make a big difference in your bill, right? But that commonly given piece of advice doesn't take into account the growing number of at-home workers that aren't leaving their homes for half the day, and who need to stay warm and comfortable in order to be productive.
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The Awesome Benefits Of Clay Roof Tiles

Posted on: 26 December 2014
If you have been thinking about calling in your local roofer to have your roof repaired or replaced, before you do you should think about roof options other than standard asphalt shingles. Clay tiles are a roofing option that provide a number of great benefits when they are used on the roof of your home. Unmatched Durability Clay tiles were first manufactured in the Neolithic Era, allowing improvements in clay tiles to be made over thousands of years.
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Car Repairs You Should Not Put Off

Posted on: 22 December 2014
You've heard the adage, "why put off until tomorrow what you can do today?" If you're a bit of a procrastinator, you might live by the opposite of this credo! As you have undoubtedly learned at some point through the School of Hard Knocks, sometimes putting off a task can lead to a big headache. When it comes to car repairs, it's always best to err on the side of having them done immediately, even if you don't think it's serious.
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3 Cheap, Temporary Fixes For Your Home's Cracked Windows

Posted on: 19 December 2014
If you have house windows that have several cracks in them, you may be planning to have the glass replaced. However, if the job cannot be completed in the near future, you may be searching for cheap, temporary fixes for the cracks. Below are simple repairs you can perform using items you already have or can easily find in a hardware or department store. Spread Clear Fingernail Polish Over The Cracks
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