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Replacement Windows and their Effect on Your Home’s Energy Efficiency

Replacement windows are an ideal investment if you’re planning to enhance your home’s energy efficiency, resale value or even your...

on Oct 18, 2018

5 Small Upgrades that can Drastically Improve your Curb Appeal

First impressions matter. Whether you are going on a blind date or trying to sell your home, a strong first impression can make all the difference.

on Oct 15, 2018

How to Better Prepare for Bathroom Remodeling

There are so many things you can do – and projects you can try – to improve the bathrooms in your house. Renovating the bathroom is a...

on Oct 12, 2018

Should I Replace My AC If It Experiences a Refrigerant Leak?

A refrigerant leak is one of the most common issues of an air conditioning system. Freon or R22 is the predominant refrigerant used in almost all...

on Oct 10, 2018

6 Pro Tips for Cleaning PVC-U Windows

Cleaning windows is a chore that some homeowners do not look forward to doing since it can be a tedious, physically demanding task. However, if you...

on Oct 8, 2018

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DIY: Repairing Concrete Cracks and Chipping

DIY: Repairing Concrete Cracks and Chipping

by Decorative Concrete Surfaces on Oct 2, 2018

Concrete surfaces can last a long time but, sooner or later, it may develop signs of damage. The most common issues on concrete are cracks and chipping. If something like these start showing up on your concrete patio, pool deck, or indoor floor, it is important to make the necessary repairs before they get worse. The bigger and worse a crack gets, the more difficult and expensive it is to fix. Repairing damaged concrete can be done by anyone as long as the proper method and tools are used. Here Continue reading →

4 Smart Ways to Make Your Yard Safer for Young Children

4 Smart Ways to Make Your Yard Safer for Young Children

by Joe Goldstein on Oct 2, 2018

You do not need to raise your child in a bubble to keep them safe. Kids need the freedom to play outside to stay healthy and develop a sense of autonomy, but it'it's also important to make sure your yard is safe for younger children. Continue reading →

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Public Garage Storage Cabinets

Public Garage Storage Cabinets

by Guest on Sep 30, 2018

Most people store a lot of item and products in their garage: their gardening tools, bikes sometimes even books or DVD. They mostly rely on the public storage units because it is easily available near them by simply searching on storage units near me. Garages are also sometimes used as a workshop Continue reading →

Doors / Garages 357 Views
Top 7 Myths About Double Glazed Windows

Top 7 Myths About Double Glazed Windows

by Rohit on Sep 27, 2018

Double glazing your windows is a job that will pay you back years after you invest in it. Glazing windows reduce heat loss, acts as an insulation, a noise barrier and so much more. Some people, however, have some common misconceptions about the service. That is not a fault though. Continue reading →

Windows / Siding 458 Views
How to Self Levelling a Concrete Floor: Compounds & Techniques

How to Self Levelling a Concrete Floor: Compounds & Techniques

by Sally Smith on Sep 26, 2018

Do you want to level out a wonky basement floor? Maybe your garage, kitchen, sitting room or you need to create a smooth surface to lay tiles onto it. You need to know about how to self-level your concrete floor. Self-levelling concrete is a modified cement with high flow characteristics, Continue reading →

How Solar Panels Work to Power Your Home

How Solar Panels Work to Power Your Home

by Kristian D'An on Sep 24, 2018

Solar energy, at the base idea involves capturing the sun's energy and turning it directly into electricity for a business or home. Our sun can work like a nuclear reactor and has energy that can be harvested from photons. There are enough photons that impact our earth any year to satisfy the global energy needs of every worldwide citizen if we were willing to convert to solar energy entirely. Solar energy only accounts for a very small percentage of the energy generated worldwide. Only ½ of 1% of the energy that's consumed in the United States is generated via solar. The overall cost of going solar is also starting to drop rapidly which has started to improve the adoption of solar panels. Solar panels work when photons hit a solar cell and knock electrons loosely away from their atoms. Base conductors are attached to the negative and positive sides of the cell which then form an electrical circuit. When the electrons flow through the electrical circuit they will ... Continue reading →

How to Protect Your Home and Everything in It During a Renovation

How to Protect Your Home and Everything in It During a Renovation

by Boris Dzhingarov on Sep 21, 2018

A home renovation project marks the beginning of something new and therefore, it is almost always an exciting prospect for the entire family. However, home renovations do not come without their own set of potential risks, so safety measures are absolutely necessary to protect your home and everything in it. Continue reading →

Seven Things to Get When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Seven Things to Get When Remodeling Your Kitchen

by Guest on Sep 20, 2018

If you’re a home owner, there’s probably going to come a time when you want to remodel parts of your home. Maybe the things you have in it are out of date, or maybe you’re just tired of the way it looks. Whatever the reason, when the time comes, you’ll know it. Continue reading →

5 Tips for Hiring a Reliable Painting Contractor

5 Tips for Hiring a Reliable Painting Contractor

by Guest on Sep 20, 2018

Owning a house comes with rewards and burdens. If there’s one thing every homeowner can agree on, it’s that maintenance can be intimidating. Keeping up with dirty filters, waning batteries, and leaky pipes can get tiring, especially if you’re not sure who to call or how to start. Continue reading →

5 Dead Simple Ways to Upgrade Your Landscape

5 Dead Simple Ways to Upgrade Your Landscape

by Joe Goldstein on Sep 20, 2018

Landscaping an entire yard is a big job, but a beautiful backyard doesn’t have to break the bank. With a little creativity and a little elbow grease, it’s entirely possible to give your current yard a big upgrade. Follow these simple tips to get a better looking, healthier, and more fun yard without too much hassle. Continue reading →

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