The Ultimate Guide to Fireplaces in Connecticut

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Being in the North East of the United States means winters can be brutal. Cold temperatures start early and the snow falls all winter long. One of the best ways to stay warm in the winter is with a wood stove or fireplace to keep you warm.

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Tags: Seasonal Remodeling Projects, Heating & Cooling, Home Materials

Boring Things That Matter a Lot in Your Middletown Custom Home: Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Whether you’ve lived in your custom home for a while or you’re just moving in, you’ll have to remember that maintaining those “hidden” systems in your home is necessary. In fact, if you want your home to continue to be as safe and comfortable to live in as it is now, you need to take care of the hidden, structural, boring parts of your home as well as the décor and appearance. 

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, Remodeling Tips, Heating & Cooling, Home Maintenance

End the Thermostat Battle With Zoned Heating and Cooling

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Heating and cooling the house can be a challenge. If you have multiple stories, then you may find that one floor is too hot while the other remains chilly. Like Goldilocks in the famous children’s fable, you may constantly feel like you’re searching for the area that’s “just right.” When you take into account other family members with different tastes, you could spend most of the season battling over the thermostat. Fortunately, there’s a better way.

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Tags: Heating & Cooling

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