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How to Design a Home Security System: Home Evaluation

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Designing a home security system can be difficult. There’s a daunting amount of equipment to learn and there are many alarm companies trying to tell you what to buy. We have a different approach, and we’re here to help. Putting together a home alarm system is not about selecting from a set of predetermined bundled…

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The Benefits of Solar Energy

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Going green has become a very popular trend. As as a result, more people are turning towards solar energy. As one of the most recognizable ways to become more eco-friendly, we don’t blame them. In the past 15 years, solar energy use has grown by 20 percent a year. The growth in use can primarily…

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Spring Break Travel Safety Tips

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For many, spring break is the first opportunity to enjoy the sunshine and warm weather. Schools and universities let out, employees take much-needed vacations, and families and friends venture to warm weather destinations. Spring break is the perfect time to just get away, relax and have a blast. However, some people take it too far…

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How to Flood Proof Your Home

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For the past few weeks, we’ve discussed the importance of being prepared for a disaster situation, especially floods. We’ve offered tips on how to prepare and how to put together a disaster kit. But there’s one thing we haven’t discussed yet: proactive and preventative measures. Being prepared and disaster kits are important, but they are…

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How to Properly Dispose of Electronics

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You’re reading this blog right now from your computer, phone, or tablet, and chances are that your current electronic device replaced an older one that was obsolete or broken. What did you do with that older device? You probably threw it away. In 2009, Americans threw away an estimated 2.37 million tons worth of electronics,…

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