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Winter Ice and Snow is a Pain in the...Back?!

A couple months ago, the President/Owner of WarmlyYours, Julia Billen, had the privilege of interviewing Mrs. Andries of Deerfield, Ill., who recently purchased and installed one of our snow melting systems for her concrete stairway leading up to their entryway. During her interview, Mrs. Andries details her backbreaking story and what led she and her husband to contact WarmlyYours for a solution for their icy stairway.

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Remodeling Tips and Trends for Staying Put in Your Home

Do you have one of those neighbors who always have a saw running in their garage? You might not be as tool savvy as the family next door but you want a beautiful home just the same. The problem, though, is that keeping up with the trends in home remodeling is a daunting task. Don’t worry; WarmlyYours is here to help you in your quest. Thanks to one of our IT guys, Eric Mumbower, - a true weekend home improvement warrior - we’ve assembled five of our favorite 2011 trends for you.

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Dean Electric Gets Business From WarmlyYours Dealer Network

You might think that WarmlyYours is in business to sell great products to customers just like you. Of course you’re not wrong but there’s much more to us than that. We’ve always said that there’s far more to us than simply selling products. Today, we’re going to introduce you to Dean and show you why.

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WarmlyYours Towel Warmer Sale - It’s your lucky day!

Thomas Jefferson said, “the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.” At WarmlyYours we think that Jefferson’s famous quote applies very well to us. We all work hard every day to bring you the best products, the best service and the best value for the money you spend with us and we’re thrilled to say that “luck” has found us. Our growth is massive! If you didn’t notice, our driveway heating system was recently featured as one of CNBC’s most innovative home products for 2011.

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Trust: It’s Not Just Our Word - It’s Our Promise

What is trust? Pause for just a second and think about who in your life is worthy of your trust? What kinds of traits do they have? What did they do to earn that trust and what would it take for that trust to be broken? Trust is something that is fragile and when taken for granted, it’s easily broken.

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