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Home Automation Keeping Your Home and Family Safe

home automation saves time & money

Home automation is no longer the wave of the future, home automation is now. You can control heating, cooling and even sprinkler systems remotely. Home entertainment systems and lighting can all be controlled with the touch of a button. Home automation systems are perfect for people who want more security or energy efficiency at home for their families and themselves.

Home Automation is Evolving

The majority of home automation systems evolved from home security systems, When the alarm was triggered an alert was sent to a monitoring center. A security company employee would call a designated number to verify the problem and... 

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Home Maintenance Can Save You Money

home maintenance requires the right tools & materials

Home maintenance isn’t as much fun as gardening or playing golf, but it’s important for homeowners to protect their investment in their home. What we all lack is enough time to have fun and relax, so maybe it’s time to hire a handyman to come quarterly and take care of your punchlist, much the way a cleaning service helps you keep your home clean.

We might be biased but we don’t understand why everyone things paying someone to clean is a great idea, but they’d rather do their own home maintenance? Your handyman will bring the right tools and basic materials... 

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Home Safety Starts with Prevention

This week is Fire Prevention Week, October 4-10, and the theme is “Stay Fire Smart, Don’t Get Burned”. Burns are painful and easily avoided so take a few moments to review the following burn prevention checklist.

Whenever you are considering repairs around your home, remember …

Safety is Your #1 Priority at Home Keep young children away from anything hot, in the kitchen and elsewhere. Keep your hot water heater no higher than 120 degrees, to avoid scalding someone. When giving your children a bath, check the temperature personally. Be careful with open flames – watch loose clothing, don’t leave the room and if you have... 

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