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  • The Best Landscaping Chores to Do at the End of Winter

    16 January 2018

    With all the growing your yard does during the warmer seasons of each year, there needs to be a time set aside to straighten up and refresh tired areas. The end of winter is the best time to do many routine chores to better your yard. Here are some of the best landscaping improvements that are often delayed until Spring, but which are more effective when handled in late winter.

  • Time To Plan The Holiday Gatherings: Helpful Tips To Avoid Plumbing Emergencies

    15 September 2016

    The holidays are just around the corner. It's time to start planning the family get-togethers. While you're busy making all of the arrangements, you might want to take a look at your plumbing. The last thing you want is to have an emergency plumbing issue that interrupts the festivities. Many plumbing problems that people experience during the holidays could actually be avoided with some careful planning. Here are some tips that will help you prevent plumbing problems during your holiday festivities.

  • 3 Fun Ways To Promote Your Auto Shop On Your Building's Garage Doors

    5 August 2016

    Are you interested in using your auto shop's garage doors as promotional tools? Here are three fun ways to decorate your doors and increase customer interest in your services: Use Custom Stencils An excellent way to spruce your building's garage doors up while at the same time promoting your business is to decorate the doors with custom stencils and paint. Have your company logo and a mimic of your business sign turned into stencils at your local office supply store, printing shop, or graphic design studio.

  • Wise Tips For Water Conservation

    16 November 2015

    Growing a healthy lawn or garden requires water, but in some locales water is a very precious and limited resource. Practicing good water saving habits is vital to the continued availability of water. The following tips can help you grow healthy outdoor plants while also conserving water. Tip #1: Install a Drip System Drip systems used to only be suitable for garden beds. This is because the most basic systems consisted of a series of hoses, called drip tape, that ran water to the plants.

  • How Ignoring A Leaky Roof Can Affect Homeowners' Insurance Claims

    30 July 2015

    If you've got a leaking roof, there are plenty of good reasons not to put it off. It can do a lot of damage to the interior of your home, from encouraging mold growth to causing electrical shorts. But one thing people don't always consider when planning (or putting off) roof repairs is their homeowners' insurance. Insurance Rarely Covers Mold Growth Individual plans vary, of course, but most standard home insurance plans don't cover mold damage.

  • Questions To Ask Yourself before You Repair or Replace Your Roof

    12 June 2015

    A new roof for your house is a huge investment, and a necessary purchase like that can take you by surprise since roof-related damage isn't always noticed until it's too late. You should aim for the best deal possible and save money over the entire process by replacing your roof during periods of low demand or buying only what materials you need. Do I Need Repairs or a Full Replacement?

  • Tips To Help You Save Money On A New Roof

    19 February 2015

    If your roof is getting old and worn out, it's a good idea to start shopping for a new roof before major leaks develop. This gives you time to get the best price possible. If you need to put a roof on in a hurry, you may have to pay more. Plus, during the busy season for roofers, you may have a hard time finding a roofer who is available. When you can schedule the work at your convenience, you can use the following tips to get the best price for your budget.

  • Three Helpful Tips For Tree Removal Services

    12 February 2015

    Removing a hazardous tree is a quite an undertaking that is best left to professionals. It may seem simple enough to get rid of the potentially dangerous tree in your yard. After all, you just call a professional and they come to remove it, right? Wrong. Sometimes, removing a tree is a more difficult process. If you are thinking of having a tree removed, use these three tips to ensure you get it done correctly:

  • Comparing Copper And PEX Plumbing Pipes

    4 February 2015

    When looking to install new plumbing, there are a number of different materials that you can choose from. Two of the most common types of materials used to fabricate plumbing pipes are copper and cross linked polyethylene, abbreviated as PEX. Both of these types of plumbing offer different advantages over each other, and knowing the features of each can help you make an educated decision about which type of plumbing is the best fit for your house.

  • Glass Matters: Choosing The Right Shower Doors For Your New Bathroom

    20 January 2015

    When you're remodeling your bathroom and installing frameless shower doors, keep in mind that this style of shower draws the focus to the shower doors. That means choosing glass for your shower doors that's worthy of the attention. Luckily, there are many different types of shower glass that you can choose from, each with its own unique features. Here's a look at some of the most popular choices to help you narrow things down.