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7 Tips to Prevent Christmas Fires

7 Tips to Prevent Christmas Fires

Christmas is traditionally one of the happiest times of the year, especially for families with young children eager to see what presents Santa is going to leave for them beneath the Christmas tree. Unfortunately for a few families, their Christmas dreams will be dashed by a house fire. According to the National Fire Protection Association,… Read more »

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How to Cope with Fire and Smoke Damage

How to Cope with Fire and Smoke Damage

A fire in your home or business is one of the most traumatic experiences most of us will likely ever encounter. While it may be tempting to sit back and wait for the insurance company to handle all the details for you once the flames have been extinguished, it is critical that home and business… Read more »

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6 Tips for Smoke Detector Safety

6 Tips for Smoke Detector Safety

It’s that time of year again, time to fall back. This Halloween after you’ve given out the last piece of candy and tucked in your ghosts and goblins for the night, don’t forget to set your clocks back one hour because November 1 marks the first day of Daylight Savings Time.

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10 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

10 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for Winter

Fall in New England is magical. It’s the time of fairs, picking apples and admiring fall foliage. But it goes fast and before you know it we will be facing another winter. Last winter was a doozy for the Northeast, and some homeowners suffered high heating bills or damage to their homes because they didn’t… Read more »

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Got Flooding? Call the Professionals!

Got Flooding? Call the Professionals!

Following the heavy rain and flash flooding many areas experienced throughout Maine last month, several homeowners returned home to flooded basements. Two of the most common causes for a basement to flood during a heavy rainstorm are that the homes aren’t properly graded, or a sump pump isn’t properly functioning. The problem now of course… Read more »

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Humidity And Mold- Did Your Home Stand Up to Summer Moisture?

Humidity And Mold- Did Your Home Stand Up to Summer Moisture?

If you’re living in New England you know that this summer has been rainy, hot and humid. Although you’re probably not looking forward to enduring a winter like last year’s, you might be excited to start seeing cooler temperatures as September approaches. Before temperatures start to fall, make sure the summer humidity hasn’t left you… Read more »

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