Beginner’s Guide to Home Heating Systems

Beginner’s Guide to Home Heating Systems

By: Galen Fishburn, Service Manager at Dead River Company

Friends who know I’m a Dead River Company Service Manager will often come to me with questions about their home heating system. I am happy to help people navigate what may be a foreign subject to them. If you’re looking for a “beginner’s guide” to home heating systems, you’ve come to the right place!

A Few Things You Need to Know as a First-time Homebuyer

A Few Things You Need to Know as a First-time Homebuyer

By: Kayla Dunphe, Marketing Communications Specialist at Dead River Company

If you’re a first time homebuyer, as I recently was, I feel your pain—and your excitement! Buying your first home IS exciting, but it can also be overwhelming. Some of the things I learned in the process could help you.

Planning for your Move!

Planning for your Move!

Moving to a new home can be equal parts adventure and stress. As with any adventure, if you’ve planned well, the chances for a smooth execution and positive outcome increase dramatically. Good planning begins with a good list!!

At Dead River Company, we’re all about keeping you comfortable and safe at home, so here are a few checklists to help with moving into your new one:

Buying a new home? Consider this

Buying a new home? Consider this

Congratulations! You’re ready to buy and you think you’ve finally found it- the one. That perfect new place that has everything you’re looking for. You run your fingers over the stainless steel appliances and imagine future cookouts on that back deck. Go ahead and admire the funky backsplash in the kitchen, the subway tile in the bathroom, and the crown molding in the living room. Start to picture how your life could be here!

Just remember that there is much to consider when buying a home—especially your first home. At Dead River Company, we’re eager to see you happy, safe, and comfortable in your new home. By checking a few important things up front, you can take the worry out of this big step and be moved in just in time to host a summer cookout on that deck. Consider these tips: