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Angie’s List: Getting Rid Of Mold In Your Home

Ignoring a mold issue in your home will only prolong the problem and allow it to get worse. Since mold exposure can cause health problems, it is important to take steps to eliminate it from your house and hire a reputable company for the job.



Angie’s List: Taking On Tile Projects For Your Home

New tile in a bathroom or kitchen can really go a long way to improve the look of your home. Maybe you would love a new floor, or you’re thinking about adding a new back splash.


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Angie’s List: Keeping Your Home Dry

April showers bring may flowers but that’s no all they bring. Sometimes you could end up with unwanted water in your home. In this week’s Angie’s List report, Jim Donovan shows you some things you should be doing to make sure you home stays dry.



Angie’s List: Appliance Maintenance & Repair

Most appliances hum along doing their thing for a decade or more — but sometimes they fail years before they should. In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan shows you some things you should be doing to keep them running smoothly.


Angie’s List: Tips On Painting Your Home

Are you looking to spruce up your home without spending a fortune? A project like painting is a simple way to do it. In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan shows you what you should know if you’re considering painting your home, inside or out.



Angie’s List: Home Remodeling Tips

This time of year many people are thinking of doing some remodeling. Updating things like your kitchen or bathroom can actually be a smart investment. But in this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan shows you why you need to be smart when it comes to doing any upgrades.


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Angie’s List: Early Warning Signs Of Car Trouble

We rely on our cars daily to get us around but frequently we tend to overlook the early warning signs that something is wrong with our vehicles.



Angie’s List: Homeowner Insurance Coverage

When was the last time you looked at your homeowners’ insurance policy? Do you have enough coverage to replace your home should catastrophe strike? In this week’s Angie’s List Jim Donovan shows you how to make sure you’re covered.


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Angie’s List: Help With Holiday Decorations

Trimming the tree and decorating your home are some of the most enjoyable traditions of the holiday season, but there are many homeowners who just don’t have the time to get tangled up in the lights or grapple with a ladder.


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Angie’s List: Are Your Appliances Ready For The Holidays?

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Will you be hosting a big dinner this year? Well you might be ready, but are your appliances?


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Angie’s List: How To Save Money On Your Heating & Cooling Systems

Has this cold air forced you to turn on the heat? Now, homeowners have a variety of options when it comes to heating and cooling systems.


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Angie’s List: Contractor Down Payments

We’ve all heard horror stories where someone gives a contractor a $5,000 down payment and then never hears from them again. An important part of a home improvement project is the down payment.


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Angie’s List: Protecting Your Home from Power Surges

Have you ever had the power go out in your home and when it comes back on you find out your television or computer doesn’t work? In this week’s Angie’s List, Jim Donovan explains what you should know about protecting your electronics from power surges.


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Angie’s List: Insulating Your Home

Is your house in need of insulation? Even if you think it’s well insulated, it’s a good idea to check it before the cold air moves in. If it’s not done thoroughly, you could be losing money.



3 On Your Side: Preparing For Pet Emergencies

An emergency situation with your pet can arise quickly and unexpectedly. Obviously you need to act fast for the safety of your pet but that doesn’t meant you should panic.