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4 Things To Consider When Choosing A Flat Roof

Posted by on Feb 23rd, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If your commercial roof is nearing the end of its design life, you may be inclined to repair any damages to add a few years on. However, more often than not, a complete renovation is the best way to go, as repairs only fix small problems where a renovation can inject a new lease of life into your building. If you’ve decided to install a new flat roof on your property, there are a few things you have to consider:  Durability Flat roofs are subject to more onerous pressures, as they do not have a pitch to allow surface run-off. As...

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Comfortable, Classic, Cozy Cottage: Tips To Create A Cottage-Style Home For Entertaining

Posted by on Feb 10th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

As a homeowner, you most likely furnish, decorate, and design your space to suit your unique style and family’s needs. From painting rooms in different colors to placing decorative accessories around your house as accents, the process of making a house into a home can be fun. Of course, if you are planning to entertain at home, extra planning can be helpful. Considering spring and summer are quickly approaching, it is a great time to get your home ready for entertaining family and friends. The design and décor of a cottage-style home is...

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How To Be Safe When You Have A Home Elevator

Posted by on Jan 30th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Residential elevators have rapidly grown in popularity in the United States. When compared to the results of a study done fewer than 15 years ago, over three times as many homeowners today consider an elevator as worthwhile to have. That’s not surprising when you consider the relief that home elevators can provide for busy, tired, or disabled occupants. However, owning a home with an elevator requires an extra level of care as compared to a home without one. Serious or fatal accidents can occur if elevators are mistreated or left...

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Don’t Delay Having Your In-Ground Pool Leak Repaired

Posted by on Jan 27th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You can’t deny it any longer — your outdoor in-ground swimming pool has a leak. The water loss isn’t dramatic, but it’s noticeable. Since you’re a bit strapped for cash at the moment, you can’t decide whether to call a pool repair service right now or wait. Maybe you’re worried that the project will be a big one, and that the technicians will even have to drain the pool to find and fix the problem. It’s best not to delay, since a pool leak is associated with several types of expenses that...

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4 Tips To Make Your New AC Installation A Breeze

Posted by on Jan 23rd, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

With many air conditioning (AC) units available, selecting the right one can be a chore. Several features are available with newer AC models that can make you happier with your decision. Furthermore, the installation location of your unit and preventing theft can reduce problems in the future. Opt For Solar-Ready Models You may not be concerned about alternative energy sources, but when cost is not a significant factor, consider choosing a model that is capable of using solar panels. When you are ready to make the transition to using solar...

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2 Ways To Minimize Your Garage Door’s Heat Loss

Posted by on Jan 21st, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Regardless of the season, your garage is the largest source of heat loss (or gain!) in your home. In the summer, your garage becomes extremely hot and transfers heat to the adjoining rooms. In winter, your garage leaks the precious hot air created by your forced-air furnace. Both of these issues are caused by the same problem: your poorly-insulated or unsealed garage door. However, by performing these two tasks, you can minimize the heat loss or gain caused by your garage door throughout the entire year. Install Foam Boards Even if your...

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3 Signs Your Furnace Needs To Be Replaced

Posted by on Jan 15th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Your furnace has been a reliable source of heat and warmth for the past several years. However, you’ve recently noticed that your furnace isn’t operating as well as it did when it was new. Instead of continuing to debate whether or not to replace your furnace, determine whether or not these three signs are present in your furnace—and if they are, then replace it: Your Heating Costs Are Climbing At the time of its installation, your furnace was likely one of the most efficient models available to you. However, now that it’s...

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Air Conditioning Installation – What You Should Do Before The Appointment

Posted by on Jan 15th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you want a central air conditioning system installed in your home, then it is wise to hire a professional contractor to install the unit for you. The professional can help you to choose the best air conditioning system for your home based on the size of your house, and the individual can teach you how to use the unit properly. An installation appointment will be arranged so the unit can be secured, but there are some things you should look into or take care of before the individual comes to your home. Keep reading to learn what these...

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3 Factors that Will Affect the Cost of Your Sewer Line Repairs

Posted by on Jan 14th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Aside from a few clogs now and then, your plumbing system has operated flawlessly for the past several years. However, you’re now noticing signs of sewer line damage in your yard. As a homeowner on a tight budget, you’re debating whether or not you can afford to hire a plumber for repairs. Instead of endlessly continuing the debate in your head, take a moment to learn about three factors that will affect the cost of arranging for professional repairs. How Your Plumber Repairs Your Sewer Line Before gaining physical access to your...

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What Should I Do if I Crash into My Garage Door?

Posted by on Jan 14th, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Accidents happen, no matter how long you’ve been driving or how clean your driving record is. If you’re in a hurry to enter or exit your home, you may end up accidentally crashing into your garage door. Handle the situation appropriately by taking some—or all—of the actions listed below.  Contact Your Insurance Company Do you have full coverage on your vehicle? If so, your insurance policy may help cover the cost of your garage door repairs. Benefits vary by policy, so you may not be obligated to report the accident to your...

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