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We know selling your home is stressful regardless of season, so we’re here to help! From issues with the inspector, to dealing with banks, last minute repairs and the dreaded open house… it’s almost enough to scrap the idea altogether… but don’t! Proper planning with a bit of local research will make the process completely bearable. First step… When to list your home? Window Genie’s here to discuss which time of year is best for putting your house on the market.

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Mold exists in every household, no matter where you live. It’s a natural part of the air in any home. Hot or cold climates, it doesn’t matter. Mold only becomes a problem if it is allowed to grow and spread unchecked, which can lead to respiratory problems in those with suppressed immune systems, who suffer from allergies or have asthma. Severe indoor mold infestations can also affect otherwise healthy people. It can also damage your home. Continue reading "The Common Mold: Which Kind Do YOU Have?"
With Valentine's Day around the corner, we're feeling the LOVE for bloggers in the home improvement/maintenance/beautification realm - the people dedicated to helping us keep our homes happy, healthy, safe and beautiful year-round! Continue reading "5 Home Blogs We Love"
01/13/2017
Everyone has love/hate relationship with winter. This winter we decided to alleviate some of the pain by giving you the best tips we could find. We wanted to make your winter the safest, warmest, and tidiest yet. Here are the best five blogs of the season.   Continue reading "Top 5 Winter Blogs"
This winter has started off with a brutal blast of cold. Typically, energy bills don’t start skyrocketing until January. But this year we jumped right into the deep end. When temperatures plunge so does you bank account. We feel the pain in your wallet and want to help you fight the rising cost of energy. Here are a few tips to help. Continue reading "Winter Energy Saving Tips"
Pets in America seem to be just as an important part of the family as anyone or anything else. We include them in gift giving and of course, they are included on our family Christmas card. Most of us take extra special precautions to prevent disaster during the holidays. We hide exposed wires and place dangerous plants out of their reach. But what about when it comes to cleaning up after them? The holiday season can become a sort of second spring cleaning. Guests and family are passing through our home like subway traffic. You want your home to looks it’s best. Here are some quick hacks to make cleaning up after your furry family a little less hectic: Continue reading "Cleaning Tips for Pet Owners"