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Fire Sprinklers In Your Home

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Chances are, you have at least one smoke detector in your home. Smoke detectors are key pieces of the fire prevention puzzle because they are designed to alert residents when there is smoke present. This alert allows you to escape a burning home safely and enables to you to call firefighters right away, which reduces the risk that your property will burn to the ground. At the same time, most homeowners don’t have fire sprinkler systems, which turn on when they get to a certain temperature, and help mitigate any fire damage. Read More»

Why You Should Invest In Chain Link Fencing For Your Commercial Property

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Owning a commercial property comes with expenses and maintenance requirements that you should routinely expect. Updates to your property need to be carefully considered, as each installation you make can affect your budgetary demands in other areas of operation. So if you’re considering making an update that will make the maximum impact for the price, you should know why it’s time to invest in commercial chain link fencing for your commercial property. Read More»

How To Solve Two Common Household Faucet Problems

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Of all the plumbing in your home, you most likely use the faucet in your kitchen the most. It gets turned on and off multiple times throughout the day as you use it to prep food, wash your hands, and clean dirty dinner dishes. So what do you do when your faucet stops working properly? Two common issues you may run into is a leaking faucet and dirty brown water. Thankfully, these problems are easy to fix if you do run into them in your home. Read More»

Four Tips To Help You Prepare For The Heat This Spring With Maintenance To Your AC And Your Home

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Even though it is cold now, spring will soon be here. This is a great time to start preparing your home for the summer heat with maintenance to the AC and improvements to your home. You may want to do things like have the AC serviced, change filters and ensure that all your windows have protection from the sun on them. If you want to keep your home cool this summer and reduce your energy costs, here are four things that you can do this spring to prepare for the summer heat: Read More»

How To Add A Roof Coating To Shingles

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The asphalt shingles on your roof are constantly exposed to damaging rain, hail and sunlight. All of this tends to make them brittle and crack prone. Any cracks in your shingle roof will increase the chance of your roof developing leaks. In order to protect your roof shingles from this damage, it’s important to regularly apply a coating to the surface. In addition to sealing your roof and protecting your home, these coatings also give you the opportunity to change your roof’s color (if you wish). Read More»

Tricks To Unclog Your Toilet

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If you have a small child, it is inevitable that at some point in their childhood you will have a clogged toilet occur. This may be from overuse of toilet paper or from an accidental obstruction from a foreign object being flushed down. If this situation happens to you, there is no need to panic. Clogged toilets are usually able to be handled easily with the use of a few tricks. Read More»

Understanding Two Methods Of Frameless Shower Door Installation

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When remodeling or updating your bathroom, choosing to install a frameless shower door can provide add value to your home while lending a modern feel to the space. If you want to take advantage of the aesthetic benefits a frameless shower door can provide, it is important to understand the two primary installation methods used to place these types of shower enclosures in your home. This knowledge will help you understand the cost variations associated with each method, and allow you to choose the installation process best suited to give you the finished look you desire. Read More»

Is It Time For A New Water Heater? Here's How To Tell

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Your water heater is one of your home’s most important pieces of equipment. Without it, you couldn’t use your dishwasher effectively, wash clothes, or enjoy warm baths and showers. Unfortunately, though, even the best water heaters don’t last forever. It’s important to know when to replace your water heater so that you don’t end up having to go days or even weeks without one and all the benefits they bring. Read More»

Designing Your Perfect Home Office Space

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When you’re tired of working with your laptop on the kitchen table, it’s time to convert one of your spare bedrooms into your ideal home office. Take the time to plan exactly how you want it to be so you’re not disappointed and end up back on the kitchen table. A little help from an electrician and a construction contractor and you’ll have a work space to be envious of. Read More»

Residential Water Damage: How To Start The Drying Process

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Has your home recently been flooded as the result of severe weather, a leaking roof, or a plumbing issue? If so, the speed at which you start the drying process can have a huge impact on how severe the resulting water damage is. This is why it is so important for you to get this process started quickly. Even if you intend to call in a professional contractor to complete the process and perform any necessary repairs, there are still things that you can do. Read More»