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Vanishing Act

Pre-pandemic, it was not unheard of for items to occasionally go missing from a job site. Whether through an honest mistake such as a worker pocketing a tool he or she believed to be theirs, or a genuine theft of […]

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Water-Conscious Landscaping

With the high summer temperatures and pervasive drought conditions present in many parts of the country, homeowners have had to readjust their maintenance routines to assure that their yards remain attractive while still adhering to water conservation mandates. From simple […]

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Cut Out Saw Injuries

Prior to work on a job site, crew members are carefully trained and certified in safety measures. However, no matter how many precautions are taken, it’s a fact that accidents do happen. And one of the most frequent power tools […]

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Come And Knock On Our Door

When staging a model home, it’s important that it is geared toward making the prospective buyers feel not only comforted by the interior details but also excited at the prospect of making it their forever home. Rather than focusing on […]

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2021 Sales Awards

Residential Warranty Company, LLC, HOME of Texas and MWHC are proud to announce and congratulate our 2021 Sales Awards Winners! The Account Executives recognized this year for their individual efforts and achievements have each generated a great deal of business […]

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Where have all the Starter Homes Gone?

Are builders constructing enough affordable entry-level homes? According to NAHB economists, starter homes are the key to offsetting the current housing industry problems, if builders can get past some roadblocks and hurdles. Check out this article to read more about the […]

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Over 380,000 Housing-Related Jobs Up For Grabs

According to an analysis by PeopleReady.com’s skilled trades division, there were 388,345 jobs posted for trades-related workers between May and June of this year. Positions most in demand are: Concrete Masons Window Glaziers House Painters Electricians Plumbers Carpenters NAHB Members […]

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Sweigert and Radle Promoted to Management Team

Ronald L. Sweigert was recently named co-manager of RWC's Member Services Department in charge of enrollments and customer service. In his nearly twenty-nine years of service with our company, Ron has worked as a warranty advisor, as a special agent [...]

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We Won’t Spam Your Homebuyers

As a Member in our warranty program, you are probably familiar with our Warranty Express online enrollment system. You enroll the home online and, after closing occurs and payment/forms are sent to us for processing, your buyers are able to […]

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People Will Talk

We recently had the good fortune to hear an inspirational sermon on minding our tongues. The principal idea was that we should watch what we say and guard against hurting ourselves and others by engaging in harmful gossip, mindless vulgarity, […]

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Paint Choices Can Make or Break a Home

Paint choices can make or break a home. There is a lot to ponder and plan, as the color needs to match the floors, tile, cabinetry, furniture, & lighting. Sometimes it’s a decision that requires a vision and imagination, especially […]

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Lumber Prices Continue to Cause Concern

From the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic through the current move back toward a more normalized way of life, there have been product shortages due to sudden high demand and proportionately low supply. Toilet paper…under the circumstances, was a bit […]

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Preparing for Natural Disasters Amid Covid-19

Unpredictable summer weather can stir up additional concerns amid already challenging times. The warmer weather may bring devastating hurricanes and other natural disasters. The 2020 hurricane season was very active. By the time all was said and done, the Atlantic […]

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What If?

Ever REALLY wonder why you buy insurance? Many states require you to carry General Liability to maintain a license. Other entities require proof of insurance before you begin any project. The list of those requiring proof of “liability” insurance is […]

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