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window safety

Window Safety Tips

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Did you know that October is National Window Covering Safety Month? During this month the issue of dangling window cords is highlighted. Dangling cords can pose a threat to infants and toddlers as they can become entangled in them. Therefore, it is recommended to install cordless window coverings or coverings with inaccessible cords. But aside from cordless window coverings, what […]

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fall maintenance

Our Fall Home Maintenance Tips

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Happy first day of Fall! Fall has officially arrived in the Culpeper area. And although we love enjoying this season, don’t forget that your home needs some maintenance. Before you begin your pumpkin carvings and drinking your pumpkin-spiced flavored drinks, remember that your home needs a little bit of prep done before winter arrives. So what should you be checking […]

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4th of july

Home Safety Tips for the 4th of July

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On the eve of 4th of July (is that even a thing?) we wanted to write about a few safety precautions that you can take on this fun holiday. While many people might be celebrating America’s birthday at the beach, many homeowners decide to stay home to host barbecues for friends and family. Independence Day should be a fun and […]

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home siding

Is It Time For New Siding?

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The siding of your home is the most important exterior feature of your home. Think of it as the clothing of your home. The siding is the attire and things like windows are accessories. So, it matters what your siding looks like because it gives everybody walking down the street the first impression of your home, perhaps, even a first […]

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home siding

Preventing Mold and Mildew from Growing on Your Home’s Siding

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The state of Virginia suffers from unpredictable weather. It’s February and the Culpeper area has experienced rain, snow, and 70-degree weather in the span of two weeks. Consequently, this means that rain and humidity did not stop in the fall and will continue throughout the winter. Unfortunately, rain and humidity are huge causes of mold and mildew. But how can […]

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