1 month ago

Delaware HVAC Contractor Partners Up In Light Of Increased Need For Furnace Repairs

Reports indicate areas of the Northeastern United States are experiencing the coldest temperatures and highest snowfall amounts documented in more than 100 years. Having caught countless residents unprepared, this record breaking winter weather is read more...



2 months ago

How Auto Mechanics Can Rip You Off, and How to Avoid Being Taken for a Ride

Have you ever gone to an auto repair shop for an oil change, only to have the mechanic say your car needs a new transmission? Has the "check engine" light come on, and suddenly the mechanic says you need expensive new engine parts?

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2 months ago

Air Conditioning & Furnace Repair at The Home Depot

With credit approval for qualifying purchases made on The Home Depot or EXPO Design Center Consumer Credit Card, APR 17.99%-26.99%. Minimum interest charge: $2. See card agreement for details including APR applicable to you. Offer valid for consum read more...



2 months ago

Repairing Chips in a Granite Countertop

Granite countertops add value and visual appeal to a home. Granite offers a strong, durable and luxurious surface in both kitchens and bathroom. Granite is heat resistant, strong and durable, but it is not impervious to damage. Because granite is read more...



2 months ago

How to Save Money on Your Remodel the Smart Way

So you're trying to save money on your remodel. Welcome to the (highly populous) club! Of all the questions I'm asked when I first talk to prospective clients, the two most popular are "How much do you think this will cost?" and "How long do you t read more...



2 months ago

Quartz vs. Granite Countertops: What's the Difference?

When it comes to new kitchen countertops, Ontario homeowners often wonder if they should go granite or opt for quartz. Granite and quartz countertops are lovely, but it's important to understand the differences between these two types of stone cou read more...



4 months ago

Why I Garden | HuffPost

I garden because it's play disguised as work, because, as an adult, I can think of no other way to justify spending so much time outdoors. Perhaps I could take a job as a fire warden, but I'd have to move out West, and I'm afraid of heights. read more...