In 1927, architect John W. Hammes from Racine, Wisconsin, introduced
Keep Your Home Sweet this Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is commonly known as a day to celebrate with chocolate, jewelry, red hearts, flowers or a fancy dinner. Maybe this is the month to take a new approach to how you celebrate this holiday. Perhaps you can use Valentine’s Day as the perfect excuse to get your home in order, check a few items off your “To Do” list, and do something for your significant other (or yourself!) with long-lasting results. Whether you’re doing the projects on your own or need some assistance, we’re here to help.
STAY COZY WITH YOUR SWEETIE
Service your heater to maintain optimum performance during the winter season and all year round. Regularly scheduled maintenance helps prevent costly downtime and repairs that could have been prevented.
LIGHT UP YOUR LIFE
Install timers or motion sensor lights outdoors to keep an area well lit. Another option is to add landscape lighting to your yard.
YOUR TREE-MENDOUS LOVE
Trees can offer nice shade to areas of your home, but sometimes the roots from these trees invade your drains. If you’ve had root problems in the past, it may be time to schedule a plumber to take care of your slow drain, or at least address it as preventative upkeep.
K.I.S.S. (“KEEP IT SIMPLE SWEETHEART”)
Sometimes it’s the simple things that make your significant other the happiest. It doesn’t have to be a whole bathroom remodel (although we do that too) to make them happy. Try some of our other ideas, like:
♥ Fix or replace a leaky faucet
♥ Change out an old bathroom fixture
♥ Install a laundry sink
♥ Install a water filtration system
♥ Fix the running toilet and save water
♥ Add security lights
♥ Upgrade to LED can lights
♥ Install a new ceiling fan
♥ Install a quiet fan in the bathroom
♥ Replace a light fixture
♥ Upgrade the appliances
♥ Install grab bars
♥ Install a personal shower with slide bar
♥ Install new countertops
♥ Patch, drywall, and paint a room
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