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Four Ways To Prep For Hurricane Season

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As hurricane season approaches every year, you might take a few steps to prepare your home in the event of a big storm. However, there are some steps you can take that can really come in handy during severe hurricane weather. Here are just some of the things you can do to prep for hurricane season. 1. Replace Your Windows  If you don’t already have hurricane impact windows, it might be a good time to consider the switch. Read More»

Low, Mid, And High Budget Options For Home Insulation

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A well-insulated home is key to saving energy, and this translates to money saved. Poor insulation in even one room in your house can be very costly in the long run. However, before you get the ideal insulation for your house, there are a number of challenging decisions you’ll have to make. There are inexpensive insulation options, and there are others which are much pricier. The difference in cost is reflected in several things including the thermal resistance and the ease of installation. Read More»

2 Important Steps To Take To Help You Design Your Dream Pool & Backyard

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If you have decided that this is the year that you will be installing a pool, you want to make sure that you get the pool that you have been dreaming of. In order to get the pool of your dreams, you need to know what you want and be able to articulate what you want your pool to look like and what you want to get out of your pool. Read More»

DIY Tips For Repairing Noisy Garage Doors

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You’ve just spent an hour putting the baby down to sleep when someone opens the garage door and the ear-splitting creaks, squeaks, and groans of the ascending door wake the baby right back up. Sound familiar? A noisy garage door is like a blaring alarm, signaling to everyone in the neighborhood or household of your comings and goings. Luckily, there are a few easy DIY repairs you can attempt to minimize the deafening din of your garage door. Read More»

Take Care With Your Commercial Waste: 3 Ways To Secure Your Commercial Dumpsters

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When you own a business, you’re responsible for everything, including the garbage you toss out. If your business generates a significant amount of garbage, you need to have a dumpster on your premises. Utilizing a dumpster service will ensure that you have enough space to discard your commercial waste. However, once you have your dumpster, it’s also up to you to ensure that you, the dumpster and the surrounding area are safe. Read More»

Tree Trimming Questions Addressed

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Tree care and maintenance is something that many homeowners will fail to appreciate. This can lead to them neglecting to care for their trees, which can contribute to a host of problems for these plants. When you are caring for your trees, trimming them may seem like an odd way to help their overall health, but it can be extremely effective for removing dead or diseases portions of the tree. Read More»

Avoid A Costly Drain Clog In Your Home

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Clogged drains are a normal occurrence. However, they are quite easy to avoid. Save time, stress, and money by learning how you can get on the front side of a clog. Here are some tips to get you started. Don’t Treat the Toilet like a Waste Bin In the bathroom, it might be convenient to toss your trash in the toilet and flush it. But you should always rely on the waste bin and don’t rely on the toilet to serve this purpose. Read More»

3 Benefits Of Dry Fire Suppression Systems

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When you think about fire suppression systems, you might think about the systems that have water sprinklers. Even though wet fire suppression systems are a popular choice for both residential and commercial uses, however, dry systems are another option that you might want to consider. As the name suggests, dry fire suppression systems don’t use water to suppress fires and instead use a power-like substance. These are a few of the benefits of one of these dry systems: Read More»

Tips For Preventing Sewer Backup

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As a homeowner, you have a lot of routine maintenance things to do around your house to keep things running smoothly. You will also have preventative maintenance steps you want to do to help you avoid the likeliness of finding yourself dealing with some major issues. One of the things you definitely want to avoid having happen is a sewer backup. Here are some of the things you want to know about sewer backups so you can hopefully steer clear of this problem around your home: Read More»

4 Tips On How To Keep Your Garage Door Well-Maintained

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When you perform maintenance checks on your home, you should consider checking over the garage door as well to ensure that it continues to function normally. There are certain elements of the garage door unit you should pay special attention to when you inspect it, such as the springs and pulley mechanisms, the hinges and tracking unit to prevent them from malfunctioning. The tips listed below are designed to show you how to keep your garage door well-maintained. Read More»