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How to Prepare Your Home for the Spring Market

Easy Ways to Prep Your Home for Spring Selling   Decluttering now during the quieter winter months will allow your home to be 100% ready for the spring market. Staging can be accomplished by rearranging your own possessions or complimenting them with items from our very own staging consultant. The National Association of Realtors has […]

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Winter Thaw is Starting: Is Your Sump Pump Ready?

Getting Your Sump Pump Ready for Spring   After a long, cold winter, it’s a welcome sign when the days get longer and the temperatures begin to climb. But the spring thaw can also bring spring flooding to your basement if your sump pump is not operating properly. When was the last time you checked […]

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Identity Theft: What to Do If It Happens to You

Steps to Take Immediately If You’ve Been a Victim of Identity Theft Thieves are opportunistic. Especially when it comes to identity theft. They tend to exploit simple vulnerabilities in individuals’ information, and security practices, and gaining small and simple data helps them to steal more. In many cases, signs of identity fraud can take weeks or months to […]

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How to Leave Your Home Safe for Your Winter Vacation

Winterize Your Home Before Leaving for Vacation Are you lucky enough to be escaping the winter weather on a sun holiday or hitting the slopes for some downhill fun? During this time of year, skiing in New Hampshire and Vermont is ideal, and many individuals, couples, and families take advantage of the fresh snow in […]

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Great Ways to Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing

Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes This Winter The days are beginning to cool down in Boston now that fall has arrived. When the cooler temperatures arrive, unfortunately, so do frozen pipes. When the frozen water in the pipe expands, it can tear the pipe, leading to floods and water damage when ice melts. We all […]

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Is Your House Located in a Flood Plain?

Insurance Coverage for Floods   It’s not always obvious that a house in a flood plain. In fact, if your property is located further inland in Massachusetts, you may think that you’re safe from flooding altogether. Even if you live near a river, you may think you’re safe based on how many hills and buildings […]

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Essential Ways to Prepare for a Hurricane

How to Prepare for Hurricane Season in Massachusetts In Massachusetts, hurricane season runs from June 1 through the end of November. Researchers predict this year to be a slightly above-average season. There could be as many as 14 tropical storms, and several of those are expected to become hurricanes. There’s no way of knowing how […]

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How 3D Printers Are Restoring Cars

How 3D Printers are Changing the Classic Car Industry: Technology has brought us a long way, and 3D printers continue to soar expectations of high tech. One new way that such machinery is being used is for printing old car parts. One of the hardships that vintage and classic car owners have is that there […]

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