All posts tagged "Cold"
Winterization: Preparing For Cold Weather
Fall is one of the best and most important seasons of the year to perform an array of preventive home maintenance. Being prepared for cold, rainy weather can save big buck on major repairs that can easily...
- Posted December 13, 2015
Getting Sick? Cold vs. Flu
What is bugging you? Is it just a cold or a nasty bout of flu? If you’re like most of us, you probably didn’t get a flu shot. And now that you’re sick, you wonder: What have...
- Posted October 1, 2015
Show Notes: New Years Resolutions For Your Home
It’s a new year and our home improvement planning has begun! It’s not to soon to start your research for home improvement projects you will want to begin in the late spring or early summer. January is Nation Radon Awareness...
- Posted January 3, 2015
Balance Your Central Heating
Fall means putting away white clothes and firing up the furnace to warm up chilly nights. This year, take a few minutes early in the season to fine-tune your system for maximum efficiency, minimum energy consumption and...
- Posted September 22, 2014
Weather-Stripping Stops Cold and Sound
In 1948 Chuck Yeager flew faster than the speed of sound. Think that sounds like a good way to avoid noise that’s seeping in and keeping you awake. You don’t have to go to such lengths, however....
- Posted April 29, 2014
Preparing for Old Man Winter
Winter can be tough on you when it rolls around. Today, you’ll learn a few things you can do to prepare for Old Man Winter. If you haven’t done so already, adding insulation is a good place...
- Posted March 18, 2014
Temporary Weather Stripping to Whither the Weather
If drafty windows and doors are sending chills down your spine and your utility bill is soaring, we have just what the doctor ordered. Temporary weather stripping! You will really like this stuff if you have ever caulked a...
- Posted March 17, 2014
Winterizing the Swimming Pool
During a long, hot summer, nothing beats a swimming pool. Those who have them are very popular, but around Labor Day all those friends, relatives and neighborhood kids suddenly disappear. You’re left with a great big concrete...
- Posted March 2, 2014