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Building an Indoor Pool: What You Need To Know

Are you considering having an indoor pool? I bet you have some questions you want to know including the cost, construction as well as advantages of...

on Mar 29, 2017

Trash Compactor Troubleshooting, Repair Tips and Parts

Online troubleshooting, maintenance tips and expert DIY trash compactor troubleshooting advice from the experts.What is wrong with my trash...

on Mar 29, 2017

Water Filter Troubleshooting, Repair Tips and Parts

Most residential under-the-counter or ice maker water filters are pretty simple. We discuss, here, a few of the most common problems you may have...

on Mar 29, 2017

Range Vent Hood Parts and Repair Troubleshooting Advice

What is Wrong with Your Range Vent Hood? Check out this article to troubleshoot your vent including if the fan doesn't work, the light isn't...

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Articles by November, 2016

Reducing DIY Injuries: Woodworking Safety Tips You Need to Follow

Reducing DIY Injuries: Woodworking Safety Tips You Need to Follow

by Tom Grant on Nov 5, 2016

Woodworking is a great hobby that many people across the country enjoy. Building something from scratch with your own two hands is an accomplishment that is tough to beat. Continue reading →

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4 Unique Plumbing Services Offered By The Best Plumbing Companies

4 Unique Plumbing Services Offered By The Best Plumbing Companies

by Charlie Brown on Nov 7, 2016

Are you tired of calling plumbers in every other month? Are you looking for professional and reliable plumbing services? There are various companies offering plumbing services. Continue reading →

Coffee Machine Mold Outbreak? How To Clean It.

Coffee Machine Mold Outbreak? How To Clean It.

by Rick Hill on Nov 8, 2016

In 2011 a study suggested that half of coffee machines and makers had started growing yeast and mold in the coffee reservoirs. They also found that the coffee machines contained a higher germ count than most door handles and toilet seats. Continue reading →

Signs Your Basement Needs to be Waterproofed

Signs Your Basement Needs to be Waterproofed

by Jane Brown on Nov 8, 2016

Many people make the mistake of thinking a moist basement is okay – especially if they have an unfinished basement. The truth is, however, too much moisture in the basement can lead to serious structural and health issues. Continue reading →

Tennis Court to your outside space

Tennis Court to your outside space

by Leona Zoey on Nov 10, 2016

As the leaves fall and inclement weather returns, a game of tennis may be the last thing on your mind. However just imagine a lazy summer afternoon spent court side, racquet in one hand and a glass of Pimm’s in the other. Sound appealing? Adding a tennis court to your home can add value to your house, but the preparation can take several months. So if you want to avoid queuing for a court during the Wimbledon frenzy next year, get planning now!  As with most home improvements, convent Continue reading →

Moving Countdown: Frequently Overlooked Tasks

Moving Countdown: Frequently Overlooked Tasks

by Niv Orlian on Nov 16, 2016

Running a moving company also means getting a firsthand look at the moving process over and over again. After years of helping people get from point A to point B, we have noticed that there are a few very important tasks that are often overlooked. Obviously, this can cause a lot of hassle in the lead up to moving day itself. Continue reading →

Hibernation Time Amazing Tips to Design a Womans Den

Hibernation Time Amazing Tips to Design a Womans Den

by James Helliwell on Nov 18, 2016

Enough about man caves. How about woman dens? A woman needs a spot to call hers just as the man does. Man caves are usually filled with all the things that make a man comfortable and it is not different for woman dens. Here are some ideas to help you build that special den. Continue reading →

How to Find and Buy the Best Walk-In Bathtub Today

How to Find and Buy the Best Walk-In Bathtub Today

by Charlie Brown on Nov 21, 2016

Don’t you always look out for a product that will make it easier for you to carry out a task easier and faster? The never-ending search for convenience has led to the best innovations in human life and one of these devices is the walk-in bathtub. Continue reading →

Four Tips to Help Prolong the Life of Your AC Unit

Four Tips to Help Prolong the Life of Your AC Unit

by Jane Brown on Nov 21, 2016

When you walk in from a hot summer day, you expect to be hit with a rush of cool air. Your air conditioning unit is crucial to keeping your home comfortable during the warm months. On average, a central air conditioning unit will last about 10 to 15 years. Continue reading →

What is a French Drain and How to Do It by Yourself?

What is a French Drain and How to Do It by Yourself?

by Scott Doyle on Nov 24, 2016

Being on terra firma means you need to pay special attention to ensuring your home is waterproof. One such method is the French drain, named after Henry Flagg French, a lawyer and former assistant U.S. treasury secretary from Concord, Massachusetts, who popularized the technique. Continue reading →

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