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  1. What is your Home Energy IQ? Take a test provide by Energy.GOV

    May 13, 2017

    What is your Home Energy IQ?This is a test created by Energy.Gov. Aome of the questions you might want to change or ask why does that matter to me but over all it is a good test to get you thinking. If you bounce arounf the energy.gov website you will also find there is a […]


  2. Blueprints, what information should be on them?

    February 25, 2017

    What should be included in your plans? BlueprintsNo matter how much we preach the benefit of a well written contract, many people still make the mistake of signing one that doesn’t clearly call out what they are getting. Once the project starts and a dispute arises, most people will turn to the architect for guidance. […]


  3. Know the terms in construction – Framing

    July 16, 2016

    Know the terms in construction – Framing          Today is the second installment of “Knowing the parts and pieces of your home”. Again, we’re not making you an expert but, if you need work done, it’s good to know what the contractor is talking about. Or it may help you describe something you need at a […]


  4. Roofing parts and Terms

    July 9, 2016

    Be familiar with the terms used – Roofing Parts and Terms, what are those parts called and what do they do? I don’t expect listeners to sit around at night and study some construction dictionary learning every term used to describe the parts and pieces of their home. But, if you need to have work […]


  5. 5 Ways You Can Save Money (And Time) This Winter

    November 18, 2015

    As much as we don’t want to admit it, winter is on its way. The good news is that you don’t need a long list of to-do’s to get your home ready for the cold weather. We picked out five essential home-prep tasks that will save money and time, and included an estimated time for […]


  6. What Can You Recycle?

    November 15, 2015

    What can you recycle? We all hear about the being green. There are many ways to do your part. We all try to recycle. But, do you look for the proper symbols? Can everything really go in the bin? We are all told to put plastic, aluminum and paper in a special can. But did […]


  7. Tired of TuneIn App Commercials?

    October 17, 2015

    Tired of TuneIn commercials? Having trouble with your TuneIn App playing commercials over the show? This will happen when you do not buy the service. TuneIn will run commercials about 10 minutes before the top of the hour and cut off the show. This is nothing we are doing at the station and we do […]


  8. Rich’s Tool List that everyone should have

    August 1, 2015

    Rich’s Tool List that everyone should have in their house. What tools do you need in the junk drawer? Claw hammer – 16 oz. If you run into a real problem you may need a bigger one. But it’s the best weight. And, I suggest you get it with a fiberglass handle. Flat screwdrivers – […]


  9. Inspect your deck from collapse

    May 30, 2015

    Inspect your deck to prevent your deck from collapsing. Inspect your deck from collapse: First, do a complete inspection of all connections. How are the beams or joists attached to the posts? Are there steel hangers? Are there bolts? There should be. If they are simply nailed together, you need to add them. Most importantly, […]


  10. One Cut With This Blade Makes A Corner

    May 22, 2015

    One Cut With This Blade Makes A Corner This cut was developed by Andrew Klein. It is a simple technique using a custom saw blade and  a little glue. Once cut, the edges are folded together. Once completed you do not see the plywood edge. Very clean look. Check it out. One Cut With This […]


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