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2 Tips For Getting More Efficiency Out Of Your Older Gas Furnace

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How’s your old gas furnace doing? Do you think it’s time to get rid of it? Can you afford the upgrade? Many furnaces still have a lot of life in them. Even better, you can help your older gas furnace perform better than you thought it could with two broad efficiency tips. 1. Expand Your Focus Beyond the Furnace Even a brand new, high-efficiency furnace can only do so much for an overall non-efficient home. Read More»

Tips For Preventing Electrical Shock In Your Home

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Electrical shocks in the home can cause severe injuries or even death. However, there are steps you can take to ensure the electrical system in your home is safe and that shocks will not occur. These are some tips for preventing electrical shock from occurring in your home. Outlet Covers Make sure that all your outlets are covered with wall panels. These panels should be screwed tightly into the wall so they cannot be easily removed or fall off. Read More»

3 Things You Hope Never To Find In Your Plumbing System

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As a business owner, you have a lot of responsibilities. One of those is making sure your customers have working facilities so they can go to the restroom and wash their hands. The last thing you want is to deal with a plumbing problem because one of your customers put something down the toilet they weren’t supposed to. Here are three of the worst items to find in your plumbing system. Read More»

Debunking 2 Myths About Automotive Detailing

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Maintaining the appearance of your car is likely an important goal for you, and to this end, auto detailing services can dramatically improve the appearance of your car. However, these services are often misunderstood by car owners, which can result in them believing a couple of common myths. After exposing the truths behind these two misconceptions, you will be better informed when it comes to deciding on having this service done to your car. Read More»

How to Remove Carpet Stains with Household Items

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Stains on carpets are an eyesore to the entire household and draw unnecessary attention. When people see stains on the carpet they get a general impression of uncleanliness that can be projected back onto the home owner. Fighting stains with a homemade carpet cleaner is one way that you work to break down the dirt and grease causing the discoloration in the carpet. Baking soda and vinegar can be an effective stain fighter on carpets when used properly in the correct mixture. Read More»

A Beginner's Guide To Unclogging A Toilet

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If you flush the toilet and the contents do not go down, you may wonder if it is safe to try to flush it again. This is a risky action to take if you want to make sure that the toilet does not overflow. If the water looks high, and the waste is still visible, you will want to treat the situation with care. Here are some instructions for you to use to fix a toilet clog so that you can use the toilet again without worry. Read More»

4 Reasons Tackling a Garage Door Issue on Your Own Could Be a Bad Idea

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You use your garage door daily and there is no question that it is a valuable component of your home. You may think that you are familiar enough with its composition and function that tackling necessary repairs on your home would be easy. Even though you probably do have a good understanding of your garage door, handling a repair job without professional help may not always be the best idea. It is way too easy to start with what you think is a manageable problem and end up with something far worse. Read More»

The Different Types Of Personal Fall Protection Systems

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Are you trying to increase worker safety on a construction site by making use of all the personal fall projection systems out there? Then you should take the time to learn more about the different systems to choose from. By doing so, you’ll be able to pick out the ones that are most applicable to your construction project. With that thought in mind, here are the most common personal fall protection systems you can make a choice from. Read More»

Excavate Challenging Terrain And Transform Into Colorful Beds And Borders

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Bring warm, summer colors to your yard this season with a garden bed or flowering border on your new property. These landscaping features optimize small or difficult spaces, creating vibrant details around your home’s foundation, fencing, or in any small green-spaces. Try the following tactics to plant colorful summer gardens on your newly excavated or rugged terrain: Excavating the property Excavation contractors can easily dig and remove rocky soil or troublesome terrain, such as hills, clay, or stone. Read More»

4 Features To Consider Before Building A House

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Many people choose to build a house rather than buy an existing home. This is a great way to ensure that you get the house that want and that everything is to your liking. However, if you do build a home there are many things to consider. Here are 4 things that you need to think about before you start building with companies like Heritage Builders. 1. Ceiling Height The height of your ceilings will play a major role in the feel of the house. Read More»