Bug Prevention Strategies for Homeowners

In an effort to avoid unwanted infestations during the warmer months, The National Pest Management Association advises homeowners that pest-proofing practices should become part of your annual spring cleaning routine. You can keep common critters at bay by adding a few simple steps to your checklist.

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Dig Safe: It’s the Law in Massachusetts

As the ground begins to thaw, many homeowners’ thoughts turn to their yards and gardens, which is why April is Safe Digging Month. If any of your outdoor projects involve digging more than a couple inches into the ground, you’ll need to take precautions to dig safe.

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Tenant Troubles: What You Need To Know

No matter if you’re a landlord or a renter, the housing market can be difficult to navigate. A landlord needs to take proper steps to ensure they find the right tenant and are protected should a situation arise. A renter should ask the appropriate questions to locate and secure the space that’s right for them.

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Don’t Let Your Home Maintenance End Up in the Gutter

Cleaning out your gutters every few months can feel like a hassle, which causes you to put it off time and time again. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, they need regular cleaning and inspection. Without maintenance, they can collapse, fall off the house and ultimately cause water damage to your home.

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Taking a Home Inventory

No one wants to imagine serious damage to their home, much less its total loss, but that unfortunate (though unlikely) potential makes homeowners insurance a necessity of life. And when you purchase coverage, it’s important to make sure all those personal belongings count—literally. That’s the critical purpose of a home inventory.

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Home Maintenance You’ll Regret If You Forget

Homeowners can find themselves surprised at how much maintenance they need to do to their houses, even new ones. Sometimes, the maintenance is simple, like plunging a toilet or touching up paint on a wall. Other times, home maintenance projects require the help of a professional. Skipping these projects—big or small—could wind up costing you in the long run.

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