How To Tell If Your Tiny House Needs A New Roof

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Chances are if you are involved in the tiny house movement, your home is fairly new. This does not mean, however, that you should ignore your pretty new roof. Quite the contrary, as a proud new homeowner, it is your job to check on the health of your roof, preferably monthly. Relax. It only takes a few minutes of your time.  1. Look Up: One of the easiest ways to check on your asphalt shingles is to look up at the leading edge, along your roofline.…

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4 Tips For Flood-Proofing Your Basement

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A flooded basement results in costly repairs, and in some cases ongoing water damage and mold. If you live in an area prone to storms and flooding, it’s wise to be proactive in making your basement as waterproof as possible. Here are a few practical and effective ways to flood-proof your basement: Hire an Exterior Waterproofing Company  Exterior waterproofing is an innovative way to keep water from leaking into your basement.…

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4 Ways To Boost Your Business' Commitment To The Environment

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If you’re looking for simple but meaningful ways to help your business “go green,” you don’t have to be discouraged. It doesn’t take big steps like installing solar panels or installing a geothermal heating system when you’re just starting. Instead, take these steps to boost your company’s commitment to preserving the environment. 1. Increase recycling efforts. Many offices already have collections for paper recycling or plastic bottles, but they don’t go beyond that.…

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