2015

  • Why Is Your Deck Stain Peeling?

    After staining your deck, you go through great pains to make sure it is regularly swept and cleaned so that your hard work lasts as long as possible. Imagine your despair when you notice the stain is starting to peel off your deck. Why did this happen? Unfortunately, there are a few different likely causes. The Adhesion The stain can sometimes not stick correctly to the wood once applied which might cause it to start to peel up.
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  • 4 Questions To Ask Possible Commercial Moving Companies

    Planning for a move is time-consuming and overwhelming, especially when you are moving your business. The last thing you want to do is jeopardize your bottom line and make the moving process take longer than it should. You should be able to get your business moved quickly and efficiently when you have a commercial moving company working on your side. But, how do you know you are choosing the right one for the job?
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  • Temporary Fixes For A Broken Window In Winter

    A broken window in winter can lead to climate control problems as well as frost on the inside of the pane. Getting glass replacement as quickly as possible is important, but help can't arrive instantaneously. Assuming that you have to wait for any amount of time, it's a good idea to fall back on one of these temporary fixes.  Cracked Glass Temporarily fixing cracked glass is easy because all you'll have to do is seal the crack to keep out the cold air.
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  • Window Leaks at the Bottom of the Frame? Temporarily Repair It With These Tips

    If water leaks from the bottom of your window's frame, there could be damage in the foundation around the window. Water can cause many problems in your home if it soaks into the foundation, such as mold and wood rot. In most cases, you'll need to replace the window and damaged foundation to keep these problems from happening. Until a contractor replaces your window, there are simple tips you can use to stop the leaking water temporarily.
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  • Tips For Creating The Bathroom That Takes You Back In Time

    While living in a home with modern amenities can be more comfortable, the addition of a vintage decorative appeal can be relaxing and truly inviting. One room that is perfect for vintage decoration is the bathroom. Follow these tips for turning back the hands of time every time you take a hot, soaking bath in your bathroom. A Clawfoot Soaking Tub Is The Focal Point When you do not have to worry about the space for a shower and tub, you have a lot more room to work with in your bathroom.
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  • The 4 Options For Industrial Liquid Storage Tank Heaters

    If your company is installing some liquid storage tanks that need to be warmed during the cold winter months to prevent their contents from freezing, then you will need to purchase some industrial tank heaters. If you need your company's stored liquids to meet a specific temperature standard, then these tank heaters can also be used in processing applications as well. There are four options available for fluid storage tank heaters, and they are:
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  • 4 Common Landscaping Mistakes To Avoid

    When it comes to landscaping your yard, you want to be sure that you choose something that is attractive for yourself and for potential home buyers in the future if you plan to sell. You also want to be sure that the landscaping isn't too much work for yourself, especially if you don't have the time to tend to your yard as often as you would like to. In order to maintain great landscaping, you will want to avoid these four common mistakes that can lead to a rather dull looking yard:
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  • A Quick Look At How To Maintain Your Water Well

    Your well should supply you with water for many years. However, it isn't something you can just install and forget about. You have to maintain the well properly so the water doesn't become contaminated. This involves having annual inspections and keeping hazardous substances away from the well. Here's a closer look at how to maintain your water system. When To Have A Well Inspection It's a good idea to have your well tested annually just to ensure your family has safe drinking water.
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  • Why A Gas Water Heater Might Become Inefficient

    Does your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system use hot water for heating up the house? If you have noticed that the heater is not as efficient as it used to be, it is possible that the water heater is in need of a repair. Find out in this article what can cause a gas water heater to stop being efficient, as well as what hiring a plumber to install a replacement might cost.
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  • Three Tips To Help Deal With Foundation Settling And The Beginning Of Structural Damage

    The foundation of your home supports the structural loads in your home. Damage can cause major headaches like leaks in your basement. If the structure starts to settle, the foundation problems can be seen in other areas, such as sagging openings or cracks in exterior finishes. If you want to put a stop to your foundation problems, here are some tips to get the problems fixed: 1. Repairing Cracked Foundation Walls With Waterproofing Treatment
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