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Hello Sweet Springtime: 5 Things To Do This Season

After battling through Tennessee’s bipolar weather this winter, it looks like springtime is finally here, folks. It’s time to wake up to birds chirping a morning song outside of your window, the sweet smell of flowers filling the air, the greetings of fresh rain and misty mornings, and the echoes of frogs from the woods. […]

Tooting Our Own Horn: Our Favorite Customer Reviews

“If a man has any greatness in him, it comes to light, not in one flamboyant hour, but in the ledger of his daily work.”– Beryl Markham Great service begins with great people, and at Roscoe Brown, we are fortunate to have the best in the business. Every day, our service professionals go above and […]

Your Service Calendar: Is It Time for a Spring Checkup?

As you turn your calendar to March, you may be looking forward to packing away the coats and boots that have littered your entryway since November. The days may be getting longer this time of year, but it starts to feel like there are fewer hours in each one as kids’ activities resume and the […]

Money-Saving Home Improvements through Energy Efficiency

Increased energy costs are taking a toll on the nation, but also in homes. At Roscoe Brown, we sympathize with our fellow Murfreesboro, Tullahoma, McMinnville and Nashville Tennessee homeowners; which is why we’re committed to educating our clients on alternative ways of cutting costs. The average American household spends $1,400 a year on energy bills, […]

Your Leaky Faucet is Money Down the Drain.

There is nothing quite as irksome to homeowners as a leaky faucet. Maybe it’s the sneaking feeling that, even when you not looking, it’s leaking. It’s leaking when you’re at work, out to dinner, at a movie and yes, even while you’re sleeping. It’s leaking. That unrelenting leak is wasting a lot of water and […]

Hacks for Your 2017 Spring Home Maintenance

Although each season brings with it a list of home maintenance “To-Do’s”, spring is considered by many to be the most daunting. After a winter that may have brought with it several freezes and thaws, there are some key places to check for potential ice and water damage. Spotting these signs early can mean the […]

Take Heart: Four Fun Valentine’s Day Treats

As you envision your middle Tennessee Valentine’s Day dinner, the lights are dimmed down, the candles are lit, Johnny Mathis is crooning on your Alexa, love is in the air and…uh-oh…there’s no food displayed atop the red and white checkered tablecloth (insert needle-scratch-across-the-record sound effects here). Are you tapped out on ideas for creating a […]

Eschew the Flu: Your Guide to Good Health in 2017

You can’t help but imagine every TV ad with a CGI-generated, gravelly voiced germ whenever you visualize cold and flu season. A new wave of the flu has just started propagating its nastiness throughout the school systems in Tennessee. Parents everywhere are scrambling to build their family members’ immune systems. To that end, Roscoe Brown […]

Michael Sliger: The Navy Man Behind the Maintenance

The U.S. Navy is the largest, most capable navy in the world. With the highest combined battle fleet tonnage, the world’s largest aircraft carrier fleet, 328,186 personnel on active duty and 110,882 in the Navy Reserve, the Navy is an efficient well-oiled machine is an understatement. It also produces some of the greatest women and […]