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Snow and Ice Removal Tips for Homeowners

While snow and ice look beautiful from inside your warm and cozy home, th

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Is it too late for home warranty coverage?

Congratulations on being a homeowner! Now that you’re on the hook for home system and major appliance breakdowns (there’s no landlord to pay for those anymore), how can you afford repairs? With your… Read More

How to make a happy home

As we experience less sunlight and spend more time inside, daily life can begin to feel more stressful — but that doesn’t mean we have to check relaxation at the door. Keep reading for tips on how to… Read More

How to light a pilot light on different gas appliances

The pilot light may be slowly disappearing into history, but those of us with older gas appliances likely still have a few to… well, light! So if any of these gas appliances in your home have one, we… Read More

How to Winterize Your Sprinkler System

Many of us are experiencing a changing of seasons. If you live in an area with winter temperatures that are near or below freezing, now is the time to make sure your sprinkler system is prepared.… Read More

How to Use a Gas Fireplace

Snow will begin to fall in a few weeks, and the weather will be prime for enjoying your gas fireplace. Before the holiday festivities begin, read on to make this winter your coziest one yet. Image: A… Read More

How to Become a Homeowner

Owning a home can be exciting, but the process can feel overwhelming to a first-time homebuyer. If you’re on your first-ever house hunt, APHW is here to help! Our guide offers simple tips on how to… Read More

Fall Leaf Cleanup Tips for Homeowners

Do you have big, beautiful trees in your yard? They probably provide great shade in the summer and gorgeous colors in the fall—but then they create a master canvas of leaves on your lawn, and you… Read More

Fall roof inspection tips to prepare for winter

Before the first snow, it’s important to check over the part of your home that protects you most: Your roof! Winter can aggravate existing roof issues (and your wallet), so follow these roof… Read More
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