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2014

How To Decorate Your Patio

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Who doesn’t enjoy spending time outside with family and friends during warmer months of the year? Fortunately, it’s not at all difficult to prepare your patio area for the summer. Here are a few decorating techniques that you can employ to transform you patio into the focal point of your landscape. Step 1. Think about whether you would like your patio space to follow a particular theme, like a tropical or Mediterranean theme. Read More»

How to Avoid Roof Damage When You're Trying to Remove Snow

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With most of the United States being buried in snow, it’s a good time to learn about what to do to protect your roof. Too much snow can damage your roof and even potentially cause a cave-in or collapse, but using the wrong technique to remove the snow can damage your roof shingles and make your roof leak. Follow these steps to protect your roof and prevent damage to the shingles. Read More»

Four Ways To Make Shopping Center Parking Lots More Appealing

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If you own a shopping center, you should be concerned about its appearance. This is because drawing customers in to shop is all about how the area looks. The stores may contain the best products but have difficulty with sales if people are unwilling to visit them. There are some measures you can take to make your shopping center look more beautiful by improving the parking lots. Read on to learn some suggestions you can put to use. Read More»

Learn Three Ways To Keep Your Business As Secure As Possible

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When you own your own business, you need to take the time to make sure that you keep it as secure as you possibly can at all times. You never know when someone might come into your business to rob it and taking the necessary steps to protect your business is important. Below are a few factors to consider to ensure that your business is as safe and secure as it can be at all times. Read More»

Invest In Preventive Furnace Maintenance To Protect Your Wallet In The Future

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Many people forgo regular furnace maintenance because they don’t want to pay for a service visit every year. However, this strategy is often being penny wise but pound foolish. There are several money-saving benefits to signing up for a regular furnace maintenance plan. Reduced Operation Costs Furnace maintenance has a direct impact on your monthly heating bills. Each little bit of dirt or slightly worn part decreases your furnace’s efficiency and causes it to use more fuel to achieve the same level of heating. Read More»

Taking Your Garage From Drab To Fab

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The garage is a room of the house that can be used for so many different things. For many people it is an extra storage space while others refuse to use it for anything but their cars. Most people use their garage for more than storage and parking, including using it as a workshop. If you are looking to make your garage a more fabulous space for all your uses, consider adding some of these touches. Read More»

Knowing The Pros & Cons Before Selecting A Heating System

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The temperatures are dropping, which is prompting everyone to check and make sure they have the proper heating ability in their home. It used to be that homes were heated with fireplaces or a stove. Now the choices are greater, but selecting the system for your home requires knowing the pros and cons to each system. Furnaces Most homes today are equipped with a furnace that offers central heat. They are energy efficient, but you want the rating to be at least 80 to be the most efficient. Read More»

3 Signs That You Need A Boiler Repair Professional

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Boiler repair isn’t generally something you want to attempt on your own. The mechanism involved contains piping hot water under pressurized conditions. It’s best to let professionals handle the job. An ineffective attempt at repair can often lead to the breakdown of other components within the unit, exacerbating the cost to get it up and running. With that in mind, it is important that homeowners understand some of the symptoms that indicate a faulty boiler to avoid having potentially simple repair jobs turn into catastrophic boiler failures. Read More»

Two Carpet Cleaning Tips To Remember

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Your home’s carpet was an expensive investment in its aesthetics and comfort, but it is an unavoidable fact of life that carpets will eventually accumulate substantial amounts of dirt and grime. Sadly, cleaning carpet can be a labour intensive task, and if it is not done correctly it can result in major damage to the carpet. Luckily, there are a couple of tips you can follow that will help ensure cleaning your carpet is as simple and problem-free as possible. Read More»

Learn How To Make A Unique Walking Path With Landscaping Rocks

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Many homeowners don’t want an awkward sidewalk going through their yard because they feel that it takes away from the overall look of the home. However, you can quickly and easily create an attractive walking path to your front door using landscaping rocks. Use the following guide to learn how to create a walking path that is both visually appealing and useful. Supplies You’ll Need A shovel A water hose Water A broom Large, flat landscaping rocks Small pea gravel Choose the Location of Your Walking Path Read More»