• Preventing Ice Dams With Heat Cable

    Snow and ice become a major cause of concern for many homeowners when winter arrives. These elements can easily accumulate on your roof and create ice dams, which can damage to your house. To prevent this potential hazard from harming your roof, consider using heat cables. They keep problem areas of the roof from freezing, allowing snow and ice to melt away. This article examines some of the most important factors to keep in mind when adding heat cables, also known as heat tape, to your home.
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  • 4 Non-Traditional Ways To Supplement Your Income

    Most people would like to make more money; whether you're working full time but it is hard to make ends meet on your current salary, or you're a stay-at-home parent or retiree that could use extra cash each month, there are a number of non-traditional ways to supplement your income. With some time and effort, there is the potential to make a nice chunk of change, and for some people, that can really change their financial situation.
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  • 4 Top Tips For Downsizing Your Belongings

    More baby boomers are getting out of the big houses they raised their families in and moving into smaller communities or condos. These downsized homes do not have room for all of the 'stuff' that has been accumulated over the years. Here are some tips to get rid of all of the extra things your house is storing. Call the Kids If you have children then let them know that they need to come and get their things.
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