Own Your Energy-Power Your World

By Jared Porche of Generator Industries In times like these, one of the reasons homeowners decide to purchase standby generators is for peace of mind. For those who work from home or run a business out of their home, investing in a standby generator will safeguard your income and your business from costly power outages. The typical…

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Should You Repair or Replace Your Roof?

By Michael Souter of Caliber Construction Group/Certified Restoration According to the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB), the typical lifetime of an asphalt shingle roof is 20 years.  In Houston we experience extreme weather events along with extreme temperature’s; heavy rains, hurricanes, high winds, hail storms and tornados. It is suggested to have your roof inspected regularly.…

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Designing with Chemical Sensitivities in Mind

Dan Bawden, Legal Eagle Contractors, Co. Most remodeling design projects begin by drafting and prioritizing the homeowner’s wish list. At the top of the list you will typically find more storage, better lighting, updated finishes, etc. However, when a homeowner has Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS), the priorities change with indoor air quality and chemical free…

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Overcoming remodeling challenges

It is not unusual for people to feel stressed when simply thinking about the prospect of remodeling, but it doesn’t have to be that way. When you are looking for a remodeling professional there are some preliminary steps you can take to put your mind at ease. Check out the company’s rating on the Better…

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Wisdom Teeth

David Miller DDS, Commack Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons How to get wiser without wisdom … Wisdom teeth do not improve with age. A common refrain from the parents of teenagers is that they have big mouths. Although that might be true, those mouths are usually not big enough for wisdom teeth to grow. Early extraction…

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