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November Newsletter

November, December and January are a blur for many of us. The holidays rush in, company comes and goes, the days are shorter and darker, and work and school amp up for mid terms and end-of-year business. It's important to continue to take care of your home and yourself during this busy time. In this month's newsletter you'll get a short check-list of easy home maintenance chores plus 7 suggestions for renewing your living space on a budget. Plus we look at why November is a great month to list and sell your home.

September Newsletter

September Newsletter
September brings us the Autumnal Equinox. Cooler temperatures, shortening days, back to school and work. With returned structure you may start to feel the need to simplify and organize your life. In this month's issue we spell out a five step plan or organizing your garage. Also, handling all those leaves that fall doesn't have to be such hard work. We suggest some ecologically healthy alternatives to raking and bagging leaves.

August News

August, 2015 Newsletter
Here we are in the full swing of summer! We hope you are enjoying the longer days, the warmth, the lazy afternoons on the patio, the extended vacations! In this month's newsletter we've prepared some information to help protect your home when you're not there, whether you're just running an errand or taking off on a three week adventure. Also, we've included a few tips for summer sellers. If you've listed your home for sale in the summer we want you to have an advantage with buyers. Enjoy!

June Newletter

Sterling Home Services June Newsletter

We're coming to you in a new and improved way this month. Welcome to our website blog. In this month's article we're covering things we hope you'll find helpful for June including some helpful information about backyard swimming pools, keeping a clean and dry basement and some basic home maintenance for summer. Enjoy!

Holiday Message From Ron

A Holiday message from Ron

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Life Expectancy of Home Components

Your home is your fortress, your protection against the elements, your comfort, your get-away. It's important to keep it properly maintained. A quality home inspection can alert you to issues that may need to be addressed and help you establish an effective maintenance schedule.

Home Inspector Tips

A good Home Inspector not only looks for mechanical structural issues with a home. They look 
at the environment the home is situated in.  Some of these issues include trees that may affect 
the roof life, or may interfere with power lines, or tree roots that may jeopardize foundations. 
Shrubs & other vegetation also play a role in a home’s condition. As a Home inspector I look at 

The Water Fiasco (Part 1)

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