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3 Things You Need To Know About Installing Vinyl Plank Flooring

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Vinyl flooring has come a long way from the big squares that looked like plastic that dominated the landscape in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Vinyl flooring in the 2010s is sophisticated and designed to look like other types of flooring. One of the most popular types of flooring that vinyl is designed to look like now is wood flooring. Vinyl planks, instead of the popular square shape of the ‘80s and ‘90s, helps lend to this illusion. Read More»

Signs You May Need To Upgrade Your Septic Tank System

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Over time, your family can grow in size. While this can be a source of joy, it can also put increased demand on your septic tank. Eventually, it may be necessary to have the septic tank replaced with a larger unit. A handful of warning signs can alert you to the fact that your septic tank may need to be upgraded. The Tank Needs More Frequent Cleanings One of the most noticeable and first indications that your septic tank needs to be upgraded is that it requires more frequent cleanings. Read More»

Tips For Keeping The Workplace Safe While Excavating

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Excavating is dangerous work, even for the most experienced construction workers. That is why safety needs to be a top concern whenever your company takes on an excavation job. #1 Always Research Utility Locations With excavation projects, you are digging deep into the ground, which means your chance of running into a utility line is high. That is why before any dig, you need to call all the local utility companies and have them come out and mark where the utility lines are located and how deep they should be underground. Read More»

Increase the Value of Your Home with a Kitchen Remodel

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When you want to add value to your home, a kitchen remodel can give you a great return on your investment. If you are trying to sell your home and your kitchen is incredibly outdated, a remodel can attract the buyers you are looking for. If your appliances aren’t working correctly or your kitchen design is decades old, an upgrade is worth the money you will spend. As you consider the materials you want to use and the design of your new kitchen, remember to choose a look that will match with the rest of your home while giving you the kitchen you have always wanted. Read More»

Improve Your Allergy Symptoms With Crawl Space Encapsulation

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Does someone in your home suffer from allergies? Before you purchase a new air filter, upgrade your vacuum cleaner, and keep your windows closed, you might want to think about crawl space encapsulation. Learn what this process is and how it can improve conditions for the allergy sufferers in your home.  Crawl Space Encapsulation In a property without encapsulation, there is little separation from the crawl space and the rest of your home. Read More»

How To Beautify Your Home's Entry With Decorative Concrete

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If you want the entry to your home to be more attractive and you’re dealing with boring plain concrete now, then you should look into decorative concrete. Concrete can be made more attractive by stamping, staining, or polishing. These techniques can change the entry to your home dramatically whether you have a small concrete pad at the front door or a sweeping veranda. Here are some decorative concrete options you might consider. Read More»

3 Things To Consider When You Need New Flooring

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Are your floors starting to show their age? Do you need to have them replaced soon but you haven’t yet decided what type of flooring you actually want? Although flooring isn’t super complicated, it’s not always easy to decide between the various options. There may seem to be many choices, but they can be broadly divided into three categories: carpet, tile, and wood floors. Wood flooring can be further divided into hardwood and laminate, but for most purposes, they are essentially the same. Read More»

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»