Stay Safe in Southern Maryland with supplemental Heating
When the weather begins to grow cold throughout Southern Maryland, individuals turn to supplemental forms of heat for a variety of reasons. The rising cost of home ownership as well as escalating Southern Maryland fuel prices often set people on a search for the least expensive and most efficient ways to keep comfortable during the cold weather season. Space heaters, wood-burning stoves and fireplaces are among the more common and popular supplemental heating sources.
In June 2012, the United States Environmental Protection Agency announced new air pollution rules for the natural gas drilling process called “fracking.” Although many people who have long had concerns about fracking in Southern Maryland find the new rules acceptable, many are still upset that the laws will be set into effect over the course of two years.
Before starting remodeling projects read the infographic to help you decide which projects will give you the highest return on investment when selling your home.
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How to spruce up outdoor space before hosting guests in Southern Maryland
Things you should learn from reading this article:
- Check Propane Tanks before Southern Maryland company arrives.
- Walkways need to be cleaned and cleared
- Furniture must be cleaned
- Clean the entryway