3 Things That Cause Potholes In Asphalt Paving

Posted on: 8 January 2019

Many property owners have damaged asphalt paving. The issue is that many property owners do not know what causes asphalt damages. Some may notice what they think are minor damages and assume that they do not need to get the paving repaired. Minor damage can eventually lead to more serious damages such as potholes. Potholes are particularly a concern especially for individuals who own commercial properties. This is because they can impact how potential customers view your property.
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Hardwood Floor Refinishing: Answers to the Three Most Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on: 30 November 2018

Hardwood floors provide homes with warmth and beauty. They're also an excellent flooring choice because they can last 100 years or more when properly maintained and cared for. To keep them looking beautiful, they will need to be refinished every decade or two, however. Here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions about hardwood floor refinishing. Which Is Better, Water- or Oil-Based Polyurethane? In general, oil-based polyurethane is the better choice.
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Why Install A Metal Carport On Your Property?

Posted on: 15 October 2018

A-frame metal carports are easy to install and relatively affordable. This type of metal carport is available in a variety of styles, and unless you have the unit installed in cement or in another permanent way, you don't need to worry about keeping the carport dedicated to one spot. You have wanted a carport for some time, but you aren't sold on a metal carport. You want something that is attractive and long-lasting, and you've considered an open garage, a lean-to, and other types of garage and car covers.
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How To Keep Voles Out Of The Garden By Burying Your Fence

Posted on: 4 September 2018

Gardeners who prefer growing vegetables to roses or lilies still have to deal with the same pests that ruin decorative gardens after weeks of hard work. Garden fencing is great for controlling many animal pests, but many animals are only deterred by quite a few inches of buried fencing. Find out how fence trenching can prevent voles in particular from getting into your garden and killing dozens of plants per night.
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