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Dehumidifier Troubleshooting, FAQ, Repair and Parts

What is wrong with my Dehumidifier? The coils frost up, It runs, but no air blows out the front, The indicator light is on, but the unit doesn't...

on Feb 28, 2017

What Type of Licensed Contractor Should You Hire?

Looking for a specialty project? There are many types of contractors available for your home improvement needs. Finding the right type of...

on Feb 28, 2017

How to Protect Your Furniture from Sun Damage

Having large windows that let in a lot of sunlight can be nice. It can feel good enjoying the natural light when you are indoors. While it may feel...

on Feb 23, 2017

Build a Custom Home or Renovate Your Existing House?

There is a difficult choice to be made between building the custom dream home you’ve always wanted or renovating your current residence, the...

on Feb 22, 2017

How to Create a Great Office Space

Moving to a new office space can be an exciting time for any business. When planning a new space, you have an opportunity to create a better work...

on Feb 22, 2017

Latest Articles

What Type of Licensed Contractor Should You Hire?

What Type of Licensed Contractor Should You Hire?

by 411HomeRepair on Feb 28, 2017

Looking for a specialty project? There are many types of contractors available for your home improvement needs. Finding the right type of contractor is just as important as finding a professional and properly licensed contractor. Continue reading →

Dehumidifier Troubleshooting, FAQ, Repair and Parts

Dehumidifier Troubleshooting, FAQ, Repair and Parts

by Administrator on Feb 28, 2017

What is wrong with my Dehumidifier? The coils frost up, It runs, but no air blows out the front, The indicator light is on, but the unit doesn't run, The container fills up too quickly. Learn how to troubleshoot dehumidifier repairs. Continue reading →

How to Protect Your Furniture from Sun Damage

How to Protect Your Furniture from Sun Damage

by Alex Cordier on Feb 23, 2017

Having large windows that let in a lot of sunlight can be nice. It can feel good enjoying the natural light when you are indoors. While it may feel nice for a time, it can cause problems for your furniture. Continue reading →

How to Measure a Window for Blinds

How to Measure a Window for Blinds

by Alex Cordier on Feb 22, 2017

When it comes to getting a new set of window blinds, you have a lot to consider if you want to get the right set. Whether you decide to go with something like dual roller blinds or sunscreen blinds, one of the most important points is getting the measurements right. If you get it wrong, it could cost you extra money in having to send the blinds back for alterations. Continue reading →

How to Create a Great Office Space

How to Create a Great Office Space

by Alex Cordier on Feb 22, 2017

Moving to a new office space can be an exciting time for any business. When planning a new space, you have an opportunity to create a better work environment for you and your staff, and one that can aid in communicating some of your companies’ values to clients. Continue reading →

Build a Custom Home or Renovate Your Existing House?

Build a Custom Home or Renovate Your Existing House?

by Josh Kulbaba on Feb 22, 2017

There is a difficult choice to be made between building the custom dream home you’ve always wanted or renovating your current residence, the house you know and love Continue reading →

5 Features that Will Sell Your Home Faster

5 Features that Will Sell Your Home Faster

by Guest on Feb 21, 2017

A lot of people focus on things like return on investment (ROI) when it comes to updating their homes before selling. And with some returns only netting you less than 50% of what you spent, it can be tough to swallow some of the hotter trends and renovations of today. Continue reading →

All About Elastomeric Stucco Painting

All About Elastomeric Stucco Painting

by Michael Payson on Feb 19, 2017

Painting stucco can be a daunting task because of its textured surface. As such, executing this uphill task correctly calls for a huge deal of both patience and meticulous skill. Although the job is doubtless tough, painting stucco adds lasting value to your property. Continue reading →

Hidden Dangers in Your Home Due to Broken Furnace and AC System

Hidden Dangers in Your Home Due to Broken Furnace and AC System

by Guest Writer on Feb 18, 2017

There are hidden risks in your home that could potentially endanger your family. This can be brought about by a damaged HVAC that needs to be addressed by a qualified plumbing and heating service right away. The alternative, of course, is a potential health and safety issue to the home residents. Continue reading →

The Hidden Danger of Ignoring Damaged Bricks?

The Hidden Danger of Ignoring Damaged Bricks?

by Guest on Feb 17, 2017

It is a common misconception that the extent of unsightly brick damage is limited to aesthetics. While it is true, brick repairs and tuck pointing can tremendously increase the market value of a home and is generally much more attractive, the presence of brick damage can indicate far worse problems than the obvious eyesore. Continue reading →

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