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In May 2017, MRC hired our first full time Project Manager. This concept and hire has already had a positive impact with our sub contractors, suppliers and customers. As we grow, the idea is to hire professional project managers who will closely manage the project schedule, our crews, quality control, cleanliness, communications, and overall client satisfaction. With this and other ongoing changes, Manning Remodeling + Construction, Inc. is always looking for ways to improve our product, service and satisfaction!

Effective January 1, 2017, MRC will accept major credit cards. Over the past few years, we’ve had a growing number of clients ask if they can pay by credit card – and now you can! We hope this additional service will meet our customers’ needs. Happy New Year!

  As the temperature drops and there is a chill in the air, it’s time to pay attention to your home’s winter readiness.  Here are some tips to help make sure your home is energy-efficient and safe as Old Man Winter makes his appearance. Ceiling Fan Switch the direction of the blades to spin clockwise and run at low speed to circulate warm air down from the ceiling.  Remember air rises and cool air descends, so the direction your fan spins depends on the season. Furnace and Thermostat Give the system a full test.  Get a tune-up if need be.  A programmable thermostat that can automatically lower the temperature when you aren’t home might be a smart investment. Air Conditioners Cover window units or remove them completely so you can close windows and prevent drafts. Cover your exterior central AC units. Rodents They are looking for warmth so make sure to seal all holes and cracks around the outside to help ensure pests like squirrels and mice can’t get inside. Water Shut off the water to exterior faucets and drain the lines to the help prevent freezing and pipe bursts. Pool Clean out any leaves, insects, dirt and debris.  Drain most of the water but make sure not to empty it completely. Block Drafts Use weather stripping, window film and caulk to control heat loss around the doors, windows and baseboards.  By doing this, you can save up to 30% in your energy bill annually. Chimneys If you have a fireplace, get your chimneys cleaned by an experienced chimney sweep.  Blockages and buildup are a fire hazard. Door Locks Spray exterior door locks with powdered-graphite lubricant to help keep them from freezing and sticking in extreme cold. Water Heater Consider lowering the temperature on your water heater.  Most are set at 140 degrees but some households only need it set at 120 degrees to be comfortable. Lowering the temperature can save you as much at $30 per year for every 10 degrees the temperature is lowered and will help reduce wear and tear on the pipes.     Sources: