4 Ways To Make Your Chain Link Fence Stand Apart

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If you have a chain link fence in your backyard, you may not feel that it does your home justice. Chain link fences can be boring, and they all appear the same. Plus, they don't add much to the landscaping unless you have a beautiful view. However, chain link fencing is easy to care for and is not as expensive to install as other fencing options. If you want to make your chain link fence stand apart, consider these four ways to do it:

28 July 2016

Answering Two Common Questions About Garage Door Spring Problems

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Issues with your home's garage door can be extremely inconvenient and worrisome. Not surprisingly, this is a problem that many homeowners may be poorly prepared to handle. In particular, issues with the garage door spring can be particularly problematic. For homeowners that have a poor understanding about this part of the garage door, it might be beneficial to have the following two questions answered. Are There Any Warning Signs That Can Alert You To A Problem With Your Garage Door Spring?

8 July 2016

3 Thrifty Ways To Keep Your Kids Cool This Summer

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When your child is home during summer vacation, it can be tempting to crank up your air conditioning. You want your kids to feel cool and comfortable, but you do not want to spend a fortune on your utility bill. Finding a balance is the solution to this problem. Set your AC at a reasonable temperature, and explore some thrifty way to keep your children feeling comfortable. This post offers three simple tips for staying cool without breaking the bank.

27 June 2016

Keep Customers Healthy And Happy: Go Green To Clean Your Facility's Stone And Tile Features

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Every business that caters to health-conscious and green-oriented clients must be careful to integrate sustainable practices in all areas of their facilities. This means using people- and pet-friendly cleaning products that don't rely on toxic chemicals or allergy-triggering perfumes to clean surfaces. If your spa, restaurant or retail shop has a lot of tile and stone features, this can pose a challenge. You should know there are nontoxic, safe ingredients you can use on most tiles and stone, and many "

6 June 2016

Tips For Creating The Perfect Kitchen In Your Tiny Home

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If you are having a tiny home built by a contractor, the layout of the home is important. One of the most important areas of the home to plan well is the layout of the kitchen. You need to be sure that it is as functional as it can be when the construction is complete. The guide below walks you through a few things to consider when designing the kitchen layout for your tiny home.

19 May 2016

About The Advantages Of Sealcoating An Asphalt Driveway

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Are you tired of dirt getting trapped inside the pores of your asphalt driveway because it detracts from the curb appeal of your house? It is in your best interest to pay a contractor to sealcoat your asphalt driveway, as it can be beneficial in more than one way. In this article, you will find out why sealcoating your asphalt driveway is a wise investment. 1. Less Damage from the Sun

3 May 2016

Of Panes And Films: What Goes Into Making An Energy-Efficient Window?

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Older homes will typically have single-pane windows since designers were more concerned with letting light in than completing your home's insulation envelope to create a separation between your home and the outside world. But window technology has evolved a lot over the last few years. In order to reduce your heating and cooling costs, you need to install windows that are designed to be energy efficient. Look for multiple panes and reflective window films.

13 April 2016