Monthly Archives: September 2014

Peace of Mind in Power Outage Season

Last week Gene and I attended a press event in Wisconsin hosted by Generac, the company who make generators that keep a home’s systems and appliances working when there’s a power outage. You only have to experience a weather event … Continue reading

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DIY Job Costs ala Google Analytics

We look at the daily analytical report from Google for our site http://www.diyornot.com to know what topics our readers are interested in. Google Analytics is a free service that generates detailed statistics about a website’s traffic and traffic sources which … Continue reading

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Today’s Kitchen Design Trends

Are you in the planning phase of remodeling your kitchen? If so, here’s a quick look at trends from designer Robin Wilson who has licensed her brand to a line of eco-friendly kitchen cabinetry and partnered with Panasonic. Here’s her … Continue reading

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Simple Ways to Lower Your Utility Bill

It’s still warm in some parts of the country, but it’s not too early to start thinking about keeping your heating costs to the minimum.  Adding a programmable thermostat, insulating your attic, weatherproofing your home are all surefire ways to … Continue reading

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