Maintenance Tips For Your Newly-Installed Hardwood Floor

Posted on: 27 June 2017

if you've finally taken the time to have a new hardwood floor installed, you may be thrilled about the way it looks but concerned about your ability to keep it that way. Using the maintenance tips here, you'll be able to enjoy the new floor for some time. Take Off Your Shoes While your hardwood floor might be sealed to withstand foot traffic and minor spills, you might dispense with the idea of wearing shoes altogether in the space where the floor has been installed.
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Bathtub Refinishing Questions And Concerns

Posted on: 2 February 2017

The tub can be the centerpiece of your bathroom, but it will be subjected to intense usage over the years. This can result in the bathtub suffering wear and tear that may compromise its look. For those with older bathtubs, refinishing may be an option that should be considered. Why Should You Opt To Refinish Your Bathtub? When a bathtub's surface has suffered staining, scratching or any other cosmetic problems, it can be extremely difficult or impossible to remove.
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Insulating Your Home: The Right Spray Foam for the Right Application

Posted on: 18 January 2017

When your heating and cooling bills are higher than expected, it's time to have an energy audit done on your home. Your house may be losing close to 40 percent of the energy used to heat or cool your home through air leaks. Spray foam helps to seal up air leaks, filling in holes and acting as a barrier in the small nooks where air is escaping in your home. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you can save about 15 percent on your heating and cooling costs just by having your home insulated.
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Fiberglass Doors: Why Your Home Needs One Today

Posted on: 3 January 2017

If your entry doors are wood or steel and beginning to wear down and need to be replaced, it's time to seriously consider whether you want to replace them with the same type of material or if you need to try something new. If you use wood or steel again, they're simply going to deteriorate at the same rate again and you'll have to replace them "x" amount of months down the road.
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