Month: December 2019

Winter Real Estate Marketing Tips

Winter Real Estate Marketing Tips

Winter is a historically slow time for real estate. Most people are putting off buying or selling for the warmer months, especially in places like Indianapolis with bone-chilling winters. However, with a few clever marketing efforts, you can keep real estate action up and build momentum for the spring. Here are some of the most […]

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Masonry Maintenance this Winter

Masonry Maintenance this Winter

Masonry is a beautiful, durable addition to any Indianapolis home. However, harsh winters can be very trying on your masonry. The repetitive freeze-thaw cycles throughout winter can get into the porous material of brick or stone, causing damage. Unfortunately, many masonry repairs can be difficult or ineffective to perform during the frigid winter temperatures. Many […]

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How Much Does a Chimney Repair Cost?

How Much Does a Chimney Repair Cost?

Your chimney draws out smoke and steaming hot flue gases from your fire and out of your home. A well-functioning chimney is crucial for you to enjoy your fireplace in your Indiana home. Over time, your chimney may suffer from wear and tear and may need to be repaired. Most chimneys in the United States […]

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How Does Harsh Weather Affect My Chimney?

How Does Harsh Weather Affect My Chimney?

A fireplace in your home helps make the bitter Indiana winters a bit more tolerable. While fireplaces will help keep you warm and cozy, the brutal winters can damage your chimney. The winter elements like snow, ice and fluctuating temperatures can damage your chimney or greatly enhance existing damage. It is important to know how […]

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How do I Know If My Chimney Needs Restored?

How do I Know If My Chimney Needs Restored?

Having a fireplace in your Indiana home is a huge benefit during the chilly falls and blistering winters. You can receive direct warmth and a cozy ambiance that a furnace or boiler just cannot match. However, your chimney is just as important for the functioning of your fireplace as your actual fireplace. A damaged chimney […]

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