2017

Four Easy Ways To Give Your Kitchen A New Look

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You don't have to undertake a total remodeling project to give your kitchen a new look. With a few simple changes, you can transform your kitchen to make it a beautiful space where your family gathers for meals, snacks, or conversation. Here are some easy ways you can update your kitchen with the help of your remodeling contractor. Wallpapered Kitchen Island Your island is the heart and soul of the room, and giving it a new look can revitalize the entire kitchen.

27 December 2017

Frequently Asked Questions About Gutter Guards

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If you are looking to decrease the frequency in which you have to clean out your gutters, gutter guards may be something you are or should be looking into. However, if you these are not products that you are familiar with, you may have questions about them. Getting answers to the questions you have can help you to better understand this product, allowing you to decide if it is something you should have installed over your gutters.

24 November 2017

Surveying A Piece Of Land Before Buying It

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Buying a large piece of land to construct a house on is a nice investment that can also come with downfalls if you are not careful. There are many hidden things that can come along with buying a large piece of land, such as the portion of land that you will actually own. Before determining if you want to buy a piece of land, hire a professional to perform a survey on it.

20 October 2017

Three Trees That Will Make Your Life Miserable

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Trees can add a lot of value to your home—that is, if you have the right ones. Some trees appear to be beneficial but, in reality, they can make your life an absolute nightmare. Here are three trees you should consider removing from your yard if you'd rather not spend all your time, energy, and money dealing with them. Bradford Pear Trees The Bradford Pear tree is a beautiful-looking deciduous tree that produces white flowers reminiscent of snow whenever they bloom.

19 September 2017

Things To Consider Before Installing Air Conditioning In A Commercial Building

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Air conditioning certainly makes life easier when temperatures are on the rise. In many parts of the country, it's incredibly uncomfortable and sometimes even dangerous to not have air conditioning during the hot summer months. This is especially true for commercial buildings. Not having enough cool air can be a danger to both employees and customers. Commercial air conditioners are a must in these buildings. Commercial air conditioning is similar to the residential air conditioning in that it works to provide a comfortable indoor environment.

24 August 2017

AC Concerns For Pet Owners

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Your pets can have an affect on your home cooling system that can lead to damage to the air conditioner or discomfort for your family. Getting rid of the pets isn't an option as they are a member of your family after all. Instead, learn what the negative effects are so you can actively work to prevent problems. Clogged filters Most homeowners know they need to clean or replace the filters in their AC unit every couple of months during the cooling season.

29 July 2017

Why It Is Best To Leave The Demolition Of A Property To The Professionals

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If you have a property that needs to be demolished, you might have been under the impression that this is something that you are going to do on your own with the help of a few people. While it is true that you can technically conduct a demolition on your own, it is important to know that there are many reasons why hiring a professional to do the job is the better choice.

7 July 2017

Protecting Your Home's Interior From Radon Exposure

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If you live in an area where radon is located in the soil content in high levels, you are most likely concerned about the possibility of it getting into your home. Radon is emitted from the decay of uranium in a gas form and puts those in its path at the risk of contracting lung cancer. Radon levels are higher in particular parts of the country; however, all states are known to have an exposure risk.

5 June 2017

Which Garage Doors Are The Best For Homes Close To Salt Water?

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Everyone dreams of living close to the beach, but having a home near salt water is not without its disadvantages. Salt is a corrosive element that can cause building materials to deteriorate rapidly and result in increased costs due to more frequent repair and replacement of affected items. If your garage door is showing the negative effects of the salty beach air, here is what you should consider replacing it with.

5 June 2017

Just Moved Into A House With A Well? 3 Things You Need To Know

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If you just moved into a house with its own well, here are a few tips that will allow you to keep things running smoothly and safely. It is important to take steps to protect your well water so that you always have clean water to drink and use.  #1 Keep Hazardous Materials Away From Your Well It may seem obvious that you should keep hazardous materials away from your well; however, it can be easy to overlook what in your well is really hazardous in your home.

5 June 2017