Repairs in accordance with building codes is a matter of safety!

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In every class, I teach my students the importance of their localities building codes and how important it is that their home repairs are made in accordance with building codes, because it is a matter of their home’s safety. If they are not sure if a repair was made properly, want to plan future projects and advice on DIY projects, I always offer a Home Examination.

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Fire Prevention Week

A few years ago, I attended a Commercial Construction Certification Seminar in Philadelphia. At 3AM my hotel phone started ringing. Hope was on the other end, it seems that the…

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OMG Its Broken

I think I know what I have to do

OMG its broken, now what do I do? Hope has always complained that I am too systematical. I always need to know why, how, when, where, and the list keeps…

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Are You Ready for the Winter?

Growing up in Long Beach, I remember it was a very cold December Sunday, my Mom telling Dad that she saw a puddle of water next to the boiler. The puddle wasn’t too big, but it was there. My Dad did nothing about it, focusing more on the NY Giants game. Well, the next day the circulator pump stopped. We had no heat and hot water! Bad time of year for a break down. It took a week to get things back together. By the way, the Giants lost that day. Don’t wait to get your heating and hot water systems checked out now.

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Fire Prevention Week

“The following excerpt is from the NFPA website” About Fire Prevention Week (FPW) Since 1922, the NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency) has sponsored the public observance of Fire Prevention Week.…

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