One of the hardest things about spring cleaning is letting go of things you’ve had for a long time, especially if they still clearly have some value.
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Do you primarily heat your home with propane, oil or wood?
As you know, in the wet, wet days of early January, hundreds of homes in Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Cosmopolis, and elsewhere on the Harbor, were soaked with flood waters, including some homes that were destroyed or impacted by mudslides.
There’s nothing like relaxing inside a cozy, warm house in the cold, wet, windy winter.
With the nice weather, long days and perhaps more time on your hands, now is a great time to get work done on your home.
Are you about to lose your house? If so, we may be able to help.
We try our best to help others in need — sometimes even organize volunteers to help others in the community. But last week the roles were reversed — and we were the grateful recipients of a volunteer group full of energy and good works.
Most natural disasters in the United States, don’t hit in the summertime. Yes, folks do need to keep their eyes open for forest fires in some places and tornadoes in others.
We’re not weathermen, so we certainly don’t know just when this cold snap will be over or when the next one will come. However, we can see by the calendar that we have plenty of winter ahead of us AND we do know what to do with a house in the cold.
Even though it’s the “most wonderful time of the year,” as far as safety in your house goes, it’s the most dangerous.