Installing a blow up swimming pool


During the summertime many families are interested in keeping cool and what better way to do that than to install a blow up type swimming pool. They are inexpensive, readily available and easy to maintain. One key to an easy maintain pool it a successful installation. Sometimes, this means that you blow up the pull, install the pump and add water and some swimming pool chemicals. In other instances, where your ground is not exactly level, there is more work involved.

A 1" Air Filter Replacement


After spending thousands of dollars on your heating and air conditioning system it seems silly not to do the little maintenance that is required to keep your investment running at tip top shape. Now the maintenance for some has gotten even easier and even less frequent. If you currently replace a your return air grille filter with a new 1” disposable filter then has found a product for you. Introducing the "conversion air filter” which is a 4" pleated filter that fits into a 1” return air grille. It replaces the 1” throw away and can last up to twelve full months.

Lower Your Home Heating Bills

The hot topic right now is lowering your home heating bills. has been researching some home improvements to consider that will help to lower your home heating cost. Below you will find a list and links to help you get ready for this years cold temperatures and higher heating costs.

Mortgage relief reaches 7 percent of borrowers

The Obama administration's mortgage relief plan provided help to 7 percent of borrowers who signed up last year.

Mortgage rates fall for second straight week

Rates for 30-year home loans edged lower for the second straight week, a report said Thursday, but remained above last month's record lows.

NYC’s 'skinniest' house sells for $2.1 million

A town house dubbed New York City's skinniest house has sold for $2.1 million.

Foreclosures set a grim record in 2009

A record 2.8 million households were threatened with foreclosure last year, and that number is expected to rise this year.

Homes for sale perfect for the football freak

Face paint and foam fingers not enough? Buy one of these homes within walking distance of many stadiums.

In ‘Foreclosureville,’ hope that worst has passed

Stockton hardly looks like the most miserable city in the country.

Payment missed on huge NYC housing complex

The partnership that paid a record $5.4 billion for two of New York City's biggest apartment complexes is having money problems.

Newsweek: Weak home sales aren't big deal

There are two reasons the home-sales report isn't a big deal. First, housing is a highly seasonal business, so the most relevant statistic isn't the month-to-month trend but the year-to-year trend, which saw improvement. Also, we're going to have to have this recovery without housing. In fact, we already are.

Housing may be headed for double dip

The number of buyers who agreed to purchase previously occupied homes fell sharply in November, a sign sales will fall this winter, undermining last summer's recovery.

Cities where homes have lost the most value

Merced, Calif., is a quiet, residential city an easy drive from Yosemite National Park and Pacific Coast beaches. It also leads our list of cities where homes have lost the most value.

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