2018

Tips For Getting Your Business's Flat Roof Ready Before Winter

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As winter approaches, you may be thinking about getting your business ready for the cold weather in the coming months. As part of these preparations, your flat roof should be high on your priority list to help keep it from being damaged and starting to leak under snowy or icy conditions. Use the following tips to help get your business’s flat roof ready before winter sets in. Cut Off Overhanging Tree Branches…

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Signs it's Time to Replace Your Old Hot Water Heater

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If the water coming out of your faucets does not seem to be as hot as it used to be, you may wonder if your hot water heater is on the brink of failing. If so, look for the following signs that it’s time to replace your old water heater. Hot Water Has a Strange Color Along with the temperature of your water being cooler than it should be, one of the first signs that may alert you to a problem with your water heater is the color of your home’s hot water.…

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Stud Welder Rental 101: A Closer Examination Of Costs Involved

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Maybe you have an automotive project that requires a stud welder, or perhaps you are working on some metal sheeting applications on your property. In either case, renting a stud welder if you do not own one is a logical choice. Stud welders are handy to have around, but if you are like most DIYers, you will not use the equipment frequently enough to use invest in a whole outfit to put in your garage.…

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Tired Of Fixing Your Shingle Roof? Here's How You Can Reduce The Need For Future Repairs

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As time goes on, you can expect your shingle roof to wear down and need repairs in order to continue to protecting your home. But when those repairs start to become inconvenient, it’s time to consider taking a few steps that will reduce your need for repairs in the coming years. Try one or more of the following techniques: Have Your Trees Trimmed An easy way to minimize wear and tear on your shingle roof is to have your trees trimmed on a regular basis.…

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Prepare To Have Your New Concrete Patio Installed

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If you do a lot of grilling outside and you’re tired of not having a stable surface for your grill and table, then it’s time to put in a patio so you can so you have a more comfortable outdoor lifestyle. Concrete is an affordable option for a patio and the construction goes fairly fast. Here are some tips for preparing for your new patio. Determine The Size And Location…

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Why You Should Hire A Remodeling Contractor For Your Home Remodel

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If you are thinking about remodeling your home, you might have found yourself looking at tutorials online or watching DIY shows on TV with the idea of doing the remodeling yourself in mind. However, even though this might seem like a good idea, you may want to think about working with a good remodeling contractor instead. These are a few reasons why this can be better than DIY projects. Do More With Your Remodel…

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How To Repair Your Old Patio So The Concrete Looks New Again

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If you enjoy spending time on your patio relaxing and entertaining friends, but you’re embarrassed about the condition of the concrete, then you should call a contractor to talk about repairs. While you can put down an outdoor rug, the measure is only temporary, and if the concrete is heaved or cracked, it could still be a tripping hazard. Here are some ways a contractor can repair your concrete patio to get it back in good shape.…

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Noises In Your Attic? You Could Have A Damaged Roof

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If you hear strange noises in your attic, you may have a rat problem. But if you can’t find signs of rat activity inside your home, check your roof. Rodents can create openings or holes in damaged roofing material. If you repair your roof, you can help keep rats out of your attic. Here’s how and why rats take advantage of a damaged roof and the solutions you need for both issues.…

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