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3 Essential Spring Repairs To Get Your House Ready For Summer

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Is the cold and snow damaging your house? The harsh conditions of winter can cause many houses to take a real beating. By the time spring rolls around, you will have discovered damage in places you didn’t notice when things were frozen over. If you live in an area that gets really frigid, you’ve probably seen this many times before. The spring thaw is a time for not only cleaning your house, but for repairing it from the damage of winter. Once the repairs are made, you can sit back and enjoy the summer in comfort, knowing your house is running perfectly and everything is in tip-top shape. Some things are more likely to get damaged by the cold and ice than others. Here are the top three essential spring repairs most houses will need to have a comfortable...

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Landscaping Techniques To Assist With Basement Waterproofing

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If water commonly floods your basement, then it may be in your best interest to contact a basement waterproofing specialist. Contractors can install indoor and outdoor drainage systems and they can also close gaps in your foundation. If your yard remains wet outside your home, then waterproofing methods may not be as effective as they should be. Your basement then may continue to flood. You can reduce this concern by landscaping your yard at the same time that the basement waterproofing is completed. Consider the tips below to dry out your property. Use Plants to Absorb Water The grass that grows across your yard is capable of soaking up some of the water that pools on your property. Grass blades will only absorb so much water though, and they will allow fluid to pool near your home afterwards. When...

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3 Ways To Turn Your Screened Patio Into An Oasis

Posted by on Dec 19, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Do you have a screened patio in the back of your house that’s just sitting there, unused? It’s a shame to have all that space and not go out and enjoy it. Maybe the weather is too hot most of the time, or the sun beats down too directly on it. Maybe there is just nothing of interest to you on your patio. The good news is that you can change this. In fact, you can easily turn your patio into an outdoor oasis of tranquility and enjoyment with just a few changes and additions. Start living life in the sun and enjoying to outdoors as nature intended, all while being protected from bugs by your screen. Here’s what to do. 1. Make the Area Liveable Bringing the indoors outside seems to be all the rage these days, with...

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Why Does Your Toilet’s Water Suddenly Look Brown?

Posted by on Dec 18, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If your toilet’s water suddenly looks brown or discolored, you may have a plumbing emergency on your hands. Discolored toilet water can be a sign of clogged sewer pipes. If you don’t remove the clogs right away, the plumbing pipes of your bathroom can burst or crack from the pressure inside the clogged pipes. In addition, hard water minerals can leave the blockages and develop inside your toilet’s tank. Here’s how the toilet’s water became brown and what you can do to clear it up until your plumber arrives. Where Do Hard Water Minerals Come From? Hard water minerals like magnesium, manganese, iron, and calcium generally come from the cleansers and chemicals you use to clean your bathtub, sink and toilet. But many brands of toilet bowl cleaners don’t leave the toilet completely once you flush it. Some chemical gel cleansers coat...

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Keeping Your Dog Safe Before Flood Water Cleanup Begins

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If a stream, river, or lake causes flood waters to rush into your home, then it is wise to contact water cleanup experts to take care of the extremely dirty water in your house. If the experts cannot provide services immediately, then it is important to keep yourself and your family safe. If your home is still livable, then you and your children should stay away from areas exposed to flood waters. It can be easy to control the movements of your family, but if you have a dog, then it may go places inside and outside your home where it should not. Follow the tips below to make sure your dog is as safe as possible. Get Rid Of Food and Water Bowls Water restoration and cleanup experts come into your home and dry out all areas of the...

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