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January 2010

Winter is the Perfect Time to Update!

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Saturday Morning Honey-Do’s

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We’ve all been there. It’s Saturday morning and you come face-to-face with the dreaded “honey-do” list. You know, the one with all the really tough jobs! All you really want to do on the list is “walk the dog” or “take out the trash”. The rest of this plumbing and carpentry is too hard.
Well with Andy’s Home and Business Repair it’s easy to cut your list down to size.
We are great at the really hard jobs that nobody else wants to do. For instance, replacement plumbing in older homes, shower valve repairs, termite damage repairs, rotted wood. You get the picture.
But these tough jobs are no match for Andy! After 30 years experience we’ve seen it all and almost any repair is possible.
Andy does the really hard to-do’s on your list, so you don’t have to!
However, taking out the trash and walking the dog is up to you!
For quality service beyond compare,
Call Andy’s Home and Business Repair!

HOME TIP

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Stay organized and keep track of everyone’s activities by hanging a large family calendar. Set regular monthly meetings to discuss the schedule and fill in the days. If necessary, take a family vote on issues. Stick to them once the decisions are made!

Upgrade Your Home With Six Panel Doors

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New Lighting Makes a Huge Impact

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HOME TIP

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Live greener by minimizing consumption, maximizing recycling and re purposing household items. Decrease your carbon footprint by also using environmentally friendly cleaners and buying necessities in bulk.

ENERGY AUDIT

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A home energy audit is an inspection that can identify cost-effective, energy saving home improvements that will make the home more reliable and less expensive to operate. An energy audit is often used as a factor in applying for an FHA 203k loan.
FOR QUALITY HOME IMPROVEMENTS BEYOND COMPARE…….
CALL ANDY’S HOME AND BUSINESS REPAIR!
YOU’LL BE GLAD YOU DID!

Home Trends for 2010

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Many people are tightening their budgets by eating in and entertaining at home. As consumers spend more time at home, here are some trends we can expect to see:
* An increase in quality- the days of disposable products are gone. Today’s consumers are looking for quality and durability.
* Softer looks for the kitchen-the modern, professional kitchen transforms into a second living room, a place where family and friends can gather not only for meals, but also as a place to socialize and spend leisure time. Expect appliances to look more neutral and be easily camouflaged.
* Economic environmentalism- consumers want products that are eco-friendly with a competitive price tag. Water and air purifiers will likely be found in an increasing number of homes.

FOR YOUR NEW KITCHEN, WATER, OR AIR PURIFIER BE SURE TO CALL ANDY’S HOME AND BUSINESS REPAIR. WE MAKE YOUR SPACE A BETTER PLACE!

TOP 10 HOME SAFETY TIPS

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Prevent Falls:
Keep stairs and walkways well lit and clear of obstacles.
Install grab bars and non-slip mats in your bathtubs and showers.
Prevent Poisonings:
Keep cleaners, medications and any other possiblt toxic materials in a secure place where children and pets cannot reach them. Use child safety locks.
For poison help call 1-800-222-1222. Post this and other important numbers near every phone in your home. Teach children to call 911 and what to do in case of an emergency.
Prevent Fires and Burns:
Install fire and carbon monoxide detectors. Check batteries at least twice a year and practice fire drills.
Use caution when burning candles and while cooking. Never leave an open flame or heat source unattended.
Set your hot water heater to 120*F to avoid scalding.
Prevent Choking and Suffocation:
Anything that can be placed in a child’s or pet’s mouth is a potential choking hazard. Keep small items out of reach.
Don’t put pillows, extra blankets or toys in a baby’s crib.
Always watch children carefully when they are near water. Even a few inches of water can be dangerous.

New Kitchen In St. Louis County

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