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Is It Your Time for GFCI Electrical Outlets?


We all use electrical outlets. In fact, most of our lives revolve around them—at home and at work. And while we don’t give much thought to how we use electrical outlets, it’s an important thing to consider. Especially if your outlets are not GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interruption) outlets. But what is a GFCI outlet?

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Roof Inspections Get Tech Savvy


Many homes and businesses are affected by severe weather-related events. Often, claim inspections and settlements for policyholders following catastrophes do take time. Roofs are an exterior feature that often need replacing after a such disasters. And with new, more advanced technology now emerging, roof inspections are becoming easier than ever for companies like Paul Davis.

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Safety for Burning Brush at Your Home


Backyard burning is a popular autumn activity. And yet, there are many homeowners that don’t follow the basic rules of burning. There were 68,151 wildfires, which burned 10.1 million acres, in 2015 according to the National Interagency Fire Center. So before you burn any yard waste or debris this fall consider this advice. Know Local

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Hardwired vs. Battery Smoke Alarms — Which to Choose?


You might want to know the answer to this question, because the safety and welfare of your family can be impacted by how you decide. Battery-source smoke detectors are in widespread use today because they are generally less expensive to buy and less expensive to install, since they don’t require electrical wiring to complete the

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Estimating How Much Paint You Will Need


For a lot of us, choosing a paint color can be difficult. Once you get that figured out, though, you run into another challenge. Exactly how much paint are you going to need to complete your project? Before you start to paint your interior walls, woodwork, window frames or ceilings, you need to estimate the

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