Here are a few “Cold as a” saying and others related to the cold. I hope you’re staying warm today. Cold as a frosted frog Cold as an ex-wife’s heart Cold as a cast iron commode Cold as a banker’s heart Cold as a witch’s tit Cold As any stone cold as blue blazes Cold … Continue reading
It is a great time to think about replacement windows to keep the chill out! Wind chill temperature is a measure of the combined cooling effect of wind and temperature. As wind increases, heat is carried away from the body at a faster rate, driving down both the skin temperature (which can cause frostbite) and … Continue reading
The cold weather may be getting you thinking about insulation when you are having your home’s siding replaced. There are many options I can show you before starting your siding job. Here is a video that highlights the difference between hollow and foam filled vinyl siding. Be sure to call me at 865-659-6496 or fill out … Continue reading
Daddy teaches his son the tools of the trade early.
If your home is 10 years old or older – or if you still have your original single pane windows – it may be time to upgrade to new, energy-efficient replacement windows from Homeview Contractors. Ask yourself these questions: Does your home feel too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer? Are … Continue reading
#XMAS JAMMIES – Merry Christmas from the Holderness Family! I love my family, but I kind of want to be part of this one…Somehow this family managed to make their viral Christmas card far from corny, setting their holiday music video to Will Smith‘s “Miami,” (remember when Will Smith used to sing?) and it’s off the … Continue reading
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the Robertson clan on the A&E reality show “Duck Dynasty,” reportedly snubbed famed journalist Barbara Walters in a recent interview, opting to go duck hunting instead. Phil was supposed to accompany the rest of the Robertson clan for a taped interview of Walters’ “Most Fascinating People of the Year” special. … Continue reading
Gutters are part of your roofing system and they require regular maintenance to keep your home looking nice—and to help prevent damage from the elements. By directing rainwater away from the perimeter of your home, gutters are the first line of defense against water seeping into your house. So if your gutters are clogged with … Continue reading