12/12/2018 1:20 PM
During December and January is when most house fires happen. An electrical problem causes more than 50 percent of these house fires. These types of fires are more likely to occur because people are in their homes more due to the colder temperatures. When people are at home, they’re using appliances, lights, outlets and more. If your home is an older, it might not be up to date with codes that prevent these fires from occurring.
12/10/2018 10:33 AM
The Home Warranty Manager works to develop, maintain and build trusting relationships with the real estate community and our customers. This person will need to be results-driven and actively seek sales opportunities through the following job duties.Read More
12/5/2018 1:24 PM
This holiday season don’t fall victim and learn about package theft solutions. Most Americans have stated that they know someone who has had their packages taken. And 30 percent of Americans have gotten their packages stolen. It’s better to be prepared and ready for the unexpected. Here are five package theft solutions you can try to keep your packages safe in the future.
11/28/2018 10:32 AM
Impress your mother-in-law this holiday with a clean kitchen. A clean kitchen will help you feel more organized and set for the new year. Take a weekend off of shopping and make room for some major kitchen cleaning. We want to share with you some tips on cleaning kitchen appliances.
11/21/2018 8:57 AM
‘Tis the season for vacationing. Whether you are visiting relatives that live across the states during the holidays or getting away from the snow, people are vacationing. AAA states that 53.4 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving. Leaving away from home for a week or two comes with a lot of planning, especially if you own a house. You need to ensure your home will be protected and safe when you get back. That is why we want to share with you some tips to vacation proof your home during your holiday vacations.
11/14/2018 10:18 AM
Carbon monoxide is one guest you don’t want to invite in your home this holiday season. It’s silent and deadly. A frightening statistic shows that the winter months have the highest death of carbon monoxide poisoning each year. It spikes up during these months because of the number of people who use their furnace during the cold weather season. Protecting your family can be a simple tap to call Omaha HVAC professionals to inspect your furnace every winter.
11/7/2018 9:11 AM
The holidays are around the corner, and the last thing you want on your mind is having to fix your furnace. Not to mention if you will be the host of all the holiday parties. You don’t want to keep your family and guests in the cold during Thanksgiving or Christmas. Scheduling a furnace check will save you the worrying and money. HVAC professionals state that on average, 75 percent of winter calls could have been prevented if there was a regular furnace inspection.
10/31/2018 10:09 AM
We are starting to see more and more the effects that greenhouse gases are having on the environment around us. The polar bears are losing their habitat, and the oceans are starting to become contaminated. As surprising as it might sound, we can begin to change this by making a switch to use geothermal energy. Geothermal energy gives you the option to use clean energy to heat your home in the winter and cool down your home in the summers.
10/24/2018 11:53 AM
You just finished watching a DIY Youtube video on how to clean your drains. Cleaning your pipes by yourself is not the safest thing to do. It's one things plumbing professionals recommend you not do. If you clean your own drains you can run into a number of problems like damaging your drains even further.
10/17/2018 10:44 AM
Maintaining your home’s heating system can be quite a task, especially when you know nothing about furnaces. Heating and cooling experts say that 75 percent of the winter calls are related to the lack of maintenance checks. That is why we want to share with you some tips you can use to help manage your heating system and watch for any signs that require you to call an HVAC specialist.