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  • How to Insulate Electrical Outlets & Boxes to Stay Warm and Save Money

    December 2, 2016

    It might not seem significant enough to warrant attention, but the small air gaps around your electrical outlets and boxes are leaking a lot more air than you think. To put things into perspective, a small 1/8-inch gap around six[Read More...]

    Christmas Lighting and Ladder Safety | Holiday Decorating Safety

    November 25, 2016

    Every holiday season, around 250 people get admitted to the emergency room per day due to holiday ladder and lighting accidents (CPSC). That’s around 15,000 people every November and December. Ladder and stepstool injuries alone account for around 250,000 injuries[Read More...]

    How to Prepare Your Home Before Traveling | Pre-Vacation Checklist

    November 18, 2016

    The biggest travel day of the year is fast approaching. There is so much to prepare for! If you are heading out of town for Thanksgiving, Christmas/New Year’s, or any other reason, you’ll want to make sure your home is[Read More...]

    How to Tell If You Need a New Furnace

    November 11, 2016

    When you start noticing strange noises, smells, and other problems with your furnace, you may want to consider an upgrade. This is especially true if you have been using the same heating system for over 15 years. While furnace systems[Read More...]

    Why You Need a Fall Furnace Tune-Up Now

    November 4, 2016

    There are many reasons why you need to schedule a professional furnace tune-up before winter hits, including safety, efficiency, and financial reasons. Scheduling a professional furnace tune-up means getting a trained technician who will take a look at your complete[Read More...]

    Flickering Lights, Power Outages, and Other Electrical Hauntings

    October 28, 2016

    Flickering, crackling, and dimming lights are the stuff of horror movies and normally signal danger, whether supernatural or electrical. Everybody knows that spirits from the Upside Down and other dimensions communicate with us through electrical circuits. But, before you assume a[Read More...]

    Zoning In On Zoned Heating and Cooling

    October 21, 2016

    Although standard heating and cooling systems, with one thermostat, are suitable for most residences, the reality is that some homes require different temperature and comfort settings for different areas of the building. A standard HVAC system doesn’t allow much control. If your home[Read More...]

    Alzheimer’s of Central Alabama

    July 30, 2015

    This was our second year to support Alzheimer’s of Central Alabama through Doug DeMedicis’ Shoot for a Cure. Doug shoots 25 free throws and takes pledges for every shot he makes. We pledged $100.00 per basket and Doug hit an[Read More...]

    The Village

    July 30, 2015

    In February John Turman came to tell our team about The Village. They are having a tremendous impact helping people who need a second chance. We were really impressed with their success and were glad to help. Check them out[Read More...]

    Big Oak Ranch

    July 30, 2015

    In January we were privileged to hear from Susan Taylor about the great work that is being done at Big Oak Ranch. John Croyle started Big Oak Ranch in 1974 after playing football for Bear Bryant at Alabama. Since 1974,[Read More...]