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

How To Get The Annoying Smell Out Of A Wool Rug

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If you have a wool rug, especially a used one, you may notice an almost nauseating smell. A wool rug also develops smells because of low-quality material, deteriorating adhesives, or moisture. You have to take care when getting smells out of wool rugs to avoid damage. Here are some tips to get smells out of wool rugs.  For this project, you need: vacuum fan (optional) tea tree oil baking soda borax charcoal old pair of pantyhose with no holes  spray bottle  If the rug isn't wet, take it outside, and shake it gently.

29 March 2016

How To Repair Your Private Road's Pothole

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If your private asphalt road has developed a pothole, then it is important to fix it before the asphalt suffers additional damage from the weather. Left exposed to the elements, a small pothole in your asphalt road will lead to severe cracking and the formation of additional potholes. Follow this simple procedure to repair the pothole in your property's road: Chisel Out the Damaged Area of Asphalt Using a hammer and chisel, chip out the pothole's edges to create a square-shaped void.

3 March 2016

Keeping Animals Out Of Your Trash

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If you live in a wooded area, chances are you have run into an occasion in the past where a wild animal has gotten into your trash, strewing the contents around your property. There are several steps you can take to avoid this occurrence. Here are some tips you can use to keep wild animals out of your garbage containers. Keep Cans Inside While waiting for your regular trash pick-up day, keep your garbage cans within an enclosed area so animals are less likely to get into trash that sits around throughout the week.

10 February 2016

Two Maintenance Tips For Your Asphalt Driveway

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A beautifully laid asphalt driveway can go a long way toward helping with the overall curb appeal of your home.  The stark darkness of the asphalt often serves as the perfect contrast to the colors on the exterior of your house.  However, just like an asphalt driveway can help your house look more aesthetically appealing, it can also detract from the attractiveness of your property if it is not well maintained.

9 February 2016