Category: Educational Resources

The Most Important Winterization Projects For Your Home

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21 Nov

With winter coming, it’s never too early to start thinking about preparations for your home and how to get the most out of your utilities without receiving a jaw-dropping bill for them. Winterizing may seem like an overwhelming and costly project, but actually, there are many simple ways you can keep your home warm and safe during the coldest months.…

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3 common questions about insulation, answered

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22 Oct

No matter whether you live in New York or Newport Beach, the right insulation is key for ensuring that your home is both comfortable and energy-efficient. By reducing heat flow, high-quality insulation can minimize the amount of energy you use to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. That translates to lower heating bills and significant savings…

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Avoid these 4 common household hazards

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15 Aug

When you put time and effort into your house with home renovation and customized decoration to create a beautiful and comfortable space, it's important to look out for some of the most common causes of injury and house damage as well. 1. Carbon monoxide  Carbon monoxide is the byproduct of using certain fuel sources. Odorless, scentless and soundless, carbon monoxide…

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Alure’s 4 tips to reduce your energy consumption

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25 Jul

Whether it's the air conditioner in the summer or the heater in the winter, your home's energy consumption can quickly become expensive. No one wants to use more energy in his or her house than necessary, but it's not always easy to tell where you should try to cut back. Here are a few tips from Alure Home Improvements that…

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Pool safety 101: Keep cool and safe

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18 Jul

When the summer sun is beating down, nothing may be more refreshing than a nice dip in the pool. Although many Long Island residents live just down the street from the ocean, residential pools are different. You don't have to worry about hot sand, cold water, crowded parking lots or the other aspects that can make beaches less than relaxing.…

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