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3 Signs Your Windows Need To Be Replaced

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Windows offer a pleasant view to the outside world, all the while keeping the outside world from intruding on your home. Yet, once your window starts to age, unfortunately that might not be the case. An old, damaged window can allow all manners of creepy crawlies as well as the harsh outside elements inside to ravage your home.  Yet, with a little know-how you can get start on getting those old windows replaced before they cause too many troubles in your home.…

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3 Tips For Keeping Your Roof Safe

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As winter approaches, getting your home in top condition is likely a concern that you have, as potential home damages can escalate from the wet and cold conditions. One of the biggest home defects you are likely to face during the winter is roof damages. Your roof is constantly dealing with the downpour of rain, the cold, and high wind speeds and these conditions could put your roof at risk of dealing with major damages.…

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3 Fixtures That Will Transform A Bathroom Into A Safe Space For Seniors

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Falls are one of the greatest injury risks for seniors, and the bathroom is a particularly hazardous room when it comes to fall risk. The tile that many bathrooms are covered with is slick even when dry, and it can be extra slippery when wet. Plus, getting on and off the toilet and in or out of the tub can be very difficult for people with mobility issues. If you want to make home a safer place for a senior in your life, remodeling the bathroom is a great place to start.…

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Three Factors That Determine Your Roof's Eco-Friendliness

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There are pros and cons to any roofing system, but friends of the environment count eco-friendliness twice when adding up the benefits of a potential roofing plan. Whether you’re thinking of replacing your roof with a more energy-efficient one or you’re building a new home and investigating the best roofing options, you’ll want to consider these three aspects of each type of roofing material. 1. Longevity The act of replacing your roof generates waste (such as used roofing materials and packaging), energy expenditure from manufacturing new roofing materials, and fuel expenditure from transporting those materials to your town from the manufacturer.…

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How To Keep Gnats Away Around Fresh Fruit

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One of the best ways to ripen fruit and vegetables is to place them on your kitchen counter, but this often presents a problem of gnats in your kitchen. If you would like to keep your fruit and vegetables on your kitchen counter, you may need to find a way to keep the gnats away. Here are two tips that may help you control the gnat population in your kitchen.…

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3 Next-Level Safety And Maintenance Measures To Install With Your Water Heater

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Few appliances are more important, integral, or more potentially dangerous, than your home’s water heater. It is for this reason that you can’t be too careful when securing or injury-proofing your water heater. Some states even have laws that require certain safety features to be in place that you might not have thought of. In order to keep you and your family safe, compliant, and ready for a potential upgrade, here are three safety and maintenance features that you should consider when your water heater is being installed, even if they might not appear to be immediately useful.…

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Investing In A Cedar Roof For A House: Things To Know

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Do you want your roof to look more appealing? If you enjoy the appeal of wood, you may want to think about getting a cedar roof installed. Find out below what you should know about cedar roofing, as well as the estimated price for a professional to install one for you. Why Should a Homeowner Know When Considering a Cedar Roof? A cedar roof is ideal not only for making the exterior of your house look cozier, but also for reducing the amount of money spent on energy each month.…

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How You Should Be Treating Your Garbage Disposal

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If your sink has a garbage disposal, there are some things you’ll want to do to make sure you are keeping it in good shape. Otherwise, the disposal can break or your sink can get clogged. This article will provide you with helpful information for maintaining and using your garbage disposal correctly. Proper maintenance For the most part, a garbage disposal is a pretty low maintenance item. However, you should do your part to keep it working as good as possible.…

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Does Your Commercial Office Building Need Both Sprinklers And Smoke Detectors?

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If you’re getting ready to install or significantly upgrade your fire detection system, you may be wondering if you need to have both an automatic fire suppression system – usually overhead sprinklers – in addition to smoke detectors. As with many issues related to commercial building safety, the answer is: it depends.  Fire Codes Vary By Jurisdiction U.S. fire codes are not “one size fits all.” Although the National Fire Protection Association has regulations covering most fire detection and alarm systems, local municipalities are free to use their own system tailored to their populations.…

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Preserving And Protecting Your Septic System

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Your septic system is an integral part of your home, so it makes sense that you should do everything you can to ensure it continues working properly. Not only will this help you avoid major drainage problems in your sinks, toilets and tubs, but it will also prevent costly repairs should your septic system fail. Managing your waste water is a major part of this, but so is educating yourself on the basic maintenance needs of your septic system.…

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