A great list of some basic money saving tips for first time home buyers or long time home owners.
Thursday, September 4, 2014
If you are purchasing a home with a private well, then water quality testing should be important to you and your family. Many contaminants often have no taste, odor or color. Their presence can only be determined by laboratory testing. DES recommends that prospective homebuyers test the water in a home with a private well before purchase. Water quality in wells is typically stable and testing every 3-5 years is recommended. Bacteria and nitrates are exceptions and it is recommended they be tested every year. Here are several links with beneficial information for byers and home owners with private wells.
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Having a generator ready for power outages in New England is a great idea. It can provide peace of mind and allow your family to be comfortable and safe at home during severe weather. Making sure we understand how to operate them and operate them safely is imperative. After all keeping us safe and secure is the goal! The article below details some basic rules for operating a generator safely.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Stacking and storing your cord wood
Summer is quickly coming to an end and in New England the urge to be prepared for the long winter months ahead will soon kick in. Making sure your heating wood is properly stacked and ready to burn is a growing concern for many. This article offers some general guidelines to make sure your wood is ready and you don't get left out in the cold.