Dale Investigates: A Homeland Security Risk?
Published October 12th, 2018
Most of us don’t think that often about protecting our nation from a terrorist attack. So what would you do if the Department of Homeland Security showed up at your door and asked you help prevent a terrorist attack?
Just So You Know: Restaurant Health Scores
Published September 30th, 2018
When you eat out, you expect your food to be safe to eat. But how can you be sure? Every professional food service establishment in Georgia is required to have a permit from the Georgia Department of Public Health and to post their most recent inspection score where it is easy to find and read.
3 Good Reasons to Install Landscape Lighting
Published September 28th, 2018
A house with great outdoor landscape lighting will look natural. Its architectural features and beautiful landscaping will be lit just enough to show off their beauty. Did you ever wonder how that happens? It’s the result of proper planning and professional installation.
Know Your Warranty
Published September 25th, 2018
Pretty much everything you buy comes with some sort of warranty. Often, the warranty takes the form of paragraphs or even pages of tiny print you can barely read. But knowing your warranty can make all the difference between getting a faulty product or service fixed or not.
Tiny Home Missing
Published September 22nd, 2018
Every day, millions of large and small purchases are made online. Whether on or offline, ordering a product and waiting for delivery is an act of trust most of us take for granted. But if a retailer isn’t responsive, you’d be surprised just how hard it can be to get your money back.
Is Your Garden Water Efficient?
Published September 18th, 2018
Water is an extremely limited resource most of us take for granted. But as cities grow and climates change, water will only become more scarce and more expensive. So when it comes time for an upgrade to your home, consider how water efficiency can play a role.
Free Credit Freezes Are Now Available
Published September 15th, 2018
Identity thieves are stealing your personal information and using it to open up new credit cards and loans in your name. Once a fake account is opened, disputing the claims and shutting down the account can be a long, difficult process. But there is an easy way to avoid this.
How a Cheap Oil Change Can Cost You
Published September 12th, 2018
Modern consumers like speed and convenience. So wouldn’t you want convenient car services? It seems that there’s a cheap, fast, no-appointment-needed oil change provider around every corner. How convenient! But the truth is that you may end up paying more than you bargained for.
Dale Investigates: SIM Swap Fraud
Published September 9th, 2018
SIM theft relies on the fact that consumers are becoming more and more reliant on our phones to authenticate our identity. It combines phone technology, social engineering, and classic phishing scams to drain your bank account. But banks and cell phone carriers are catching on.
How To Drain Rainwater from Your Yard
Published September 6th, 2018
While a gentle, steady rain can be a boon for your backyard plants, a sudden hard downpour can be just the opposite. If your backyard is pooling water during and after storms, your yard and its plants are at risk. Luckily, there are some simple ways to avoid pooling.