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Learning From Home Renovations

Although I am not a professional contractor, I have worked with more than a few during my 40 years as a homeowner. In fact, I have had 3 kitchens, 7 bathrooms, and 2 master bedrooms renovated over the years. Because some of the experiences were a breeze, I found myself addicted to customizing my homes. If you are thinking about getting a little work done on your home, it is a good idea to learn as much about construction as you can. After all, how will you choose a new garage door opener if you aren't familiar with the different types? Understanding the materials and how to choose a contractor might streamline your renovation.

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Warning Signs It’s Time For Professional Septic Services

As a homeowner, you take pride in ensuring your home looks nice and well-maintained. But, if you deal with slow-moving drains by adding store-bought drain cleaning products or assume that greener grass in one area of your lawn is simply the result of the area getting more sun, then you may be neglecting your septic tank. A problem with septic tanks can be messy, expensive, and bad for the environment. Quickly identifying and treating problems with the septic system can save you money and prevent the risk of complete septic system failure. Read More 

Basement Information Homeowners Should Know

The basement of the home can be one of the most useful areas of the house due to the utility that it can provide. As with other parts of a home, it is important to be informed about this area so that you can maximize the benefits your home gets from its basement. Can A Basement Be Added To A House That Does Not Currently Have One? If your home does not currently have a basement, you may assume that you will never be able to enjoy the benefits that this area of the home can provide. Read More 

3 Vital Questions For Your Company To Ask Regarding Dumpster Rental

Are you getting ready to move your home-based business into a retail location? Have you been making up a budget to ensure that your company's income will be sufficient for everything? When trying to figure out what you need to get your business off the ground, you need to make sure that you've included every possible expense. But one expense that is commonly forgotten is how you'll be dealing with the trash that gets generated by your business. Read More 

Why You Should Never Attempt To Combat A Serious Mold Infestation On Your Own

There's no shortage of advice out there about removing a mold infestation, but is it a wise idea for you to tackle it on your own? Not only do you put your health at risk by being in close proximity to mold without protective gear, but you can easily spread the mold infestation by accidentally releasing numerous mold spores into the air. If you have mold in your home, here's why you should call the professionals. Read More 

Replace a Damaged Section of Glass in a Multi-Paned Window

If your child was tossing a baseball outdoors and it accidentally struck a multi-paned window in your living room and caused a section of the glass to crack, restore the window's appearance by removing the piece of glass that is damaged and replacing it with a new piece by completing the simple steps below. Supplies work gloves plastic sheeting small hammer cloths wire brush all-purpose cleaning spray putty knife ruler glass pane tube of glazing compound caulk gun damp sponge ​Remove and Dispose of the Glass, and Pull Out the Glazing Points Read More