Matt Herndon is a father who loves spending as much time as possible with his wife and three kids. When he’s not rushing from his son's football games to his daughter's riding lessons or his other daughter's volleyball games, he’s slowly whittling away at his honey-do list.
These scams are so prevalent that the Federal Trade Commission has released guidelines to help homeowners identify potential scam artists. If you are looking to hire a professional to oversee an upgrade or renovation to your home, your approach in choosing a contractor can greatly reduce your risk of being victimized. Here are some guidelines to help protect yourself by avoiding home improvement scams ...
Whether you want to use rainwater as a total water solution or just to bring your water bills down and reduce your reliance on municipal water, it's actually not so hard to install a rainwater harvesting system, with a few simple components. [...]
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